Bristol Police: Flying clock, rogue porn

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bristol-police-cruiser3-300x2241Monday, May 26

Officers responded to a nuisance complaint of teenage boys throwing wood chips on the Town Common. They were advised to stop.

A caller reported a dog left in a car with the windows up at Fox Hill and Mt. Hope avenues just after noon. The car was gone when officers arrived.

An apparently intoxicated man was spotted walking on the Mt. Hope Bridge at about 2 p.m. Officers escorted the man from the bridge.

Matthew T. Vanasse, 35, of 1077 Globe St., Fall River, Mass., was arrested on a Sixth District Court bench warrant.

Officers responded to reports of a potential domestic dispute on Catherine Street. It turned out to be just a verbal argument.

Officers responded to another potential domestic disturbance involving children at the Family Dollar Store on Hope St. at 5 p.m. It also turned out to be a verbal argument.

A house party on Thayer Street drew unwanted attention when a caller complained about the noise at about 8 p.m. Officers asked the partiers to turn the music down.

A caller reported a suspicious car in the driveway of a vacant home on Acadia Road just after 9 p.m. The caller also reported seeing a flashlight on the property. No one was there when officers arrived.

Partiers drew noise complaints on Siegel Street just before midnight. They were advised to move the party inside.

Tuesday, May 27

Jesus A. Baez, 30, of 123 Arnold St., Woonsocket, was arrested on a bench warrant after officers were called to West Street Apartments at 1:30 p.m. for reports of a fight. A woman on scene said she had been assaulted by her ex-boyfriend. Mr. Baez was transferred to Superior Court.

James McCormack, 44, of 85 Benoit St., Westport, Mass., was arrested on a Second District Court bench warrant.

Officers responded to reports of loose dogs on Burton Street, Sherery Avenue and Fatima Drive, along with two other unfounded animal complaints.

A resident on Reid Street called to report that someone had downloaded pornography onto his computer. The caller ultimately decided not to file a report.

Officers responded to reports of a dog fighting with a cat on Bliven Avenue. They made note of the age-old conflict.

A caller on Wood Street called to complain about children playing ball in the street at about 8 p.m.

Another Wood Street call came in about an hour later, this time reporting a man yelling at cars passing by. He was gone when officers arrived.

Wednesday, May 28

A caller reported seeing a 5 to 6 year-old child standing alone at State and Hope streets. Officers searched for the boy, scanning the area and boarding a RIPTA bus, unable to find the toddler. Interviews with witnesses and a review of security camera footage revealed the boy was 11 or 12 years old and in no apparent danger.

Kenneth Carson, 33, of Richmond Street in Bristol, was charged with domestic assault and resisting arrest after he allegedly threw a clock radio at his girlfriend during a fight. Carson reportedly threw water at surveillance cameras while in a holding cell at the Bristol Police Department. Officers then delivered him to the ACI.

Eden V. Donahue, 20, of 45 Thayer St., Bristol, was arrested on a Sicth District Court bench warrant.

Thursday, May 29

A caller reported a suspicious car on Ambrose Drive, the driver of which reportedly got out of the car and attached a National Grid sticker to the driver’s side door. Recently, there have been media reports of scammers posing as National Grid employees to invade people’s homes. In this case, the driver was on the list of approved National Grid agents working in the neighborhood.

Friday, May 30

A woman on Richmond Street called to inform police that her former boyfriend, against whom she has a no-contact order, got off a bus at the same stop as her near Roger Williams University. She was concerned he may make his way to her apartment, but police were unable to find him.

A man on Fales Road called police when two men who had been in an unknown red van knocked on his door, then said “Never mind.” Officers checked surrounding streets, but were unable to find the van.

Saturday, May 31

A resident on Franca Drive called police to report a raccoon was wandering through the yard at about 3 p.m. The animal lives under the shed in the yard. Officers advised the homeowner to keep clear on=f the raccoon.

A woman on Sousa Street called at about 8 p.m. to complain that a group of people lighting fireworks, drinking beer and playing football in the street were violating the noise ordinance. She then told police she did not want them to talk to her about it. There was nothing out of the ordinary when officers arrived.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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