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Sunday morning, Providence Police confirm. The couple was reportedly walking on Meeting St. The assailant then grabbed a large metal pipe on the ground and swung it toward them. Police confirm the couple said they ran away and the assailant got into a car and chased after them. The driver jumped a curb, and the couple ran into a courtyard at Brown University. The man got out of the car and ran after the couple.
As GoLocal first reported on MondayPawtucket resident Kelvin Colon was arrested after he allegedly assaulted the couple by punching them, threatening them with a metal pipe, and chasing them in a car, driving the wrong way down a city street and hopping a curb. According to court documents — and confirmed by the Department of Corrections — Colon is currently being held without bail due to violating his prior bail terms, after he was arrested for a prior assault on River Drive.
GoLocal has now learned that on the morning of August 10, Colon was arrested for allegedly perpetrating another random attack. The victim said in the altercation both men ended up in the Seekonk River and that several witnesses saw the assault. Colon reportedly fled in the same vehicle he used in the Thayer Street attack; a Gray Toyota Corolla that had neither a front nor rear plate.
Records show that Colon had a arrest record dating back to when he was arrested on felony drug charges. Inhe pled nolo contendre and entered into a deferred sentence agreement under Magistrate Patrick Burke.
He was charged by the Rhode Island State Police in May for lacking an inspection sticker on his vehicle. Now, the cases are beginning to pile up for Colon and continue to test the Rhode Island judicial system.