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Fall River Police arrest two suspects in two Fall River daycare break-ins, other related incidents



Two Fall River residents have been charged in two Fall River daycare break-ins and other incidents.

According to Lieutenant Antonio Elumba, on December 10 and 11, Fall River Police Department Officer Jennifer Deleon responded to two separately reported breaks and larcenies at the Pumpkin Patch Daycare located at 1310 South Main Street.

In both incidents, entry appeared to have been made through a broken window. Multiple items were reported stolen, that included boxes of brand-new toys, children’s learning resources, tools, and other items.

Officer Deleon initiated her investigation by searching for evidence of the crime, as well as canvassing the neighborhood for possible eyewitnesses or video surveillance. These cases were subsequently assigned for follow-up by Major Crimes Division Detective Cheyenne Fortin.

Over the following days, the investigation developed and resulted in a search warrant being issued and executed by the Major Crimes Division at an apartment on the 1200 block of South Main Street.

Multiple arrests were made and suspected evidence from the aforementioned breaks was seized. Simultaneous to this effort, Detectives from the Vice/Intelligence Unit located several items suspected to have been stolen from the daycare in a separate search at a different apartment at that address.

44-year-old Eric Teasdale, and 37-year-old Renae Frank were subsequently charged with offenses related to the daycare breaks and other related incidents. Charges include but are not limited to multiple counts each of breaking and entering a building in the nighttime with intent to commit a felony, larceny from a building, and larceny under $1200.



  1. Jake Perry

    December 20, 2022 at 9:15 am

    Lock them away in a dog kennel for 10 years

  2. Tasha Salad

    December 20, 2022 at 4:53 pm

    CALLING ALL CARS! CALLING ALL CARS! We got a wild man on the loose. Hes greased up in baby oil and smells like vinegar. When you catch him… Hold him down and spread his cheeks.

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