Barrington Police: Resident spots UFO, two charged with DUI, bakery door smashed

Barrington Police: Resident spots UFO, two charged with DUI, bakery door smashed


Monday, Nov. 5

A Carlton Street man reported that the back window of his vehicle had been smashed sometime overnight.

Tuesday, Nov. 6

An Elton Road woman reported received harassing phone calls. The woman received the first call at 7:30 a.m. The woman also received a voicemail from what-sounded-like the same caller later that morning.

Someone reported an individual dumping leaves near the intersection of Grove Street and Appian Way.

Officials transported an elderly woman to the hospital after she slipped and fell at the town beach.

Police discovered a glass door of a Washington Road bakery smashed at approximately 10:35 p.m. Police responded to the location after an alarm triggered.

Wednesday, Nov. 7

Police charged Derek J. Peterson, 30, of 394 Metacom Ave., Apt. 8, Warren, with domestic disorderly conduct. Mr. Peterson allegedly punched a relative’s vehicle on Whipple Avenue. He also reportedly followed the vehicle to Bay Spring Avenue, where he stopped his car across the roadway.

A Baron Road man reported received harassing text messages from a family member.

Thursday, Nov. 8

A tree fell on top of a vehicle parked at the Bayside YMCA. The tree also hit some utility lines.

Rescue personnel transported a driver to the hospital after colliding with a tree near the intersection of Washington Road and Spinnaker Drive.

An elderly Lake Avenue woman was reported missing. She was later found at a Middle Highway home.

Friday, Nov. 9

A Maple Avenue man contacted police after allegedly receiving fake merchandise. The man said he had paid $200 for a golf cover from a North Kingstown man but the cover wasn’t the brand as advertised. The two were supposed to meet for a merchandise exchange.

A Martin Avenue man contacted police regarding identity theft. The man said he had received numerous credit card applications he had not requested and purchases had been fraudulently made in his name.

A Preston Drive man reported alleged fraud. The man was reportedly contacted by a man from Texas for work. The man from Texas reportedly paid the Preston Drive man with a credit card from another state, before requesting the Preston Drive man transfer money to someone in Korea.

A Sowams Road resident contacted police about a junk vehicle near their home. The caller reportedly said the vehicle runs but it is not registered.

A Sowams Road woman contacted police alleging a neighbor had shouted profanity at her while riding his lawnmower. The man said he was simply cutting his grass and had not made any threats.

A Sherwood Lane woman reported two teens who appeared to be breaking into vehicles. The two appeared to be between 14 and 16 years old. Both reportedly fled on foot.

Saturday, Nov. 10

Police charged Melissa Provencal, 30, of 368 Middle Highway, with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs-first offense, blood alcohol level unknown, and refusal to submit to a chemical test. Police stopped Ms. Provencal’s vehicle at 1:51 a.m. after someone reportedly observed it crossing over the fogline and at one point, into an on-coming travel lane. Ms. Provencal reportedly had difficulty with field sobriety tests and declined a breathalyzer.

Police charged a 16-year-old Barrington boy with possession of marijuana-first offense.

An officer euthanized a sick squirrel on Rumstick Road.

Sunday, Nov. 11

A loose kayak was picked up floating in the Palmer River.

A Maple Avenue woman told police that a profanity had been etched into her vehicle’s bumper.

A Washington Road woman reported a projectile had come in through his home’s window.

A New Meadow Road resident reported spotting a UFO.

Police charged Michael John Zompa, 53, of 8 Stanley Ave., with domestic assault and battery. Mr. Zompa was charged after allegedly getting into a fight with his son.

Police charged Kerry C. Terraciano, 41, of 70 Clyde St., Apt. F, West Warwick, with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs second offense, blood alcohol level .15 or greater. Mr. Terraciano’s vehicle was reportedly found after colliding with a fence near the intersection of Washington and Nayatt Roads. Mr. Terraciano reportedly smelled of liquor and vomit and reportedly told police he believed he waas in Cranston. Mr. Terraciano reportedly registered a .201 and .209 on breathalyzer tests.

Monday, Nov. 12

A Bristol woman reported the theft of several items from a house being built on Fessenden Road. Some of the items included a ladder and a circuit breaker.

A male cyclist was transported to the hospital after colliding with another cyclist on the East Bay Bike Path.

A Walsh Avenue woman reported a case of identity theft. The woman said she had received a letter denying a credit card application she had never submitted.

A Lincoln Avenue man reported finding the remnants of what appeared to be a smoke bomb. The man reportedly did not witness the device in action but said he had heard a popping sound the previous evening.