Rhode Island issues arrest warrants for two Rise of the Moors members
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE)- The Attorney General’s Office as well as the Providence Police Department issued warrants for two members of the Rise of the Moors group that was part of the stand off on I-95 last week.
Both 40-year-old Quinn Cumberlander, and 29-year-old Jahmal Talibabdulla Bey have warrants for their arrest.
Cumberlander is wanted for three counts of providing false identifying information to purchase a firearm, after allegedly giving a fake address to an arms dealer in Warwick.
Bey is wanted for violating the terms of his bail from an ongoing case in Superior Court.
He was arrested on March 4, 2020 by Rhode Island State Police and was charged with obstructing a law enforcement officer, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest.
Bey was released on bail on July 3, before being arrested again after the standoff.
The Providence Police Department and the Office of the Attorney General are leading the investigation and prosecution of the case against Cumberlander.
The Rhode Island State Police and Office of the Attorney General are leading the investigation and prosecution of the case against Bey.