Monday, Sept. 3
A Touisset Road resident called police to report that kids were lighting fireworks in mailboxes.
Police found a lost dog on Grove Avenue.
A Broad Street woman asked to speak to an officer about something she found in her yard. No word on what it was.
David M. Curria, 37, of Bristol, was charged with vandalism/malicious injury to property after police received a call about a person attempting to break into a Croade Street building at 3:31 p.m.
Jewelry was reported stolen from a Fatima Drive home.
A Buffalo Avenue resident complained about loud music at 4:39 p.m.
Police received word that a car was driving down the Warren bike path on Asylum Road.
Police logged a fireworks complaint from Main Street at 8:14 p.m.
Tuesday, Sept. 4
A man spotted loitering at Main and Market streets just after midnight was just waiting for a ride, he told police.
A person came into police headquarters to speak to an officer about a recent car repossession. HE was concerned about retailiation from the car owner’s boyfriend.
Kenneth A. Coelho, 23, of 72 Water St., Apt. 2 rear, was picked up on a warrant for simple assault or battery, disorderly conduct and procuring alcohol for a minor. Police said the arrest came after an incident several days earlier, when police were called to Water Street for a report of a disturbance. There they discovered two juveniles, one of whom claimed to have been assaulted by Mr. Coelho. Police brought the boys to the police station with their parents for statements, where the boys alleged that Mr. Coelho had bought alcohol for them and then assaulted one of them after telling them to get out of his house.
Police were called to Main Street for a neighborhood dispute.
A man on the East Bay Bike Path reported being harassed by a woman.
The owner of a fowl coop/pen on Church Street received a visit from the animal control officer after a neighbor complained of flies.
Wilfred Dennis, 37, of 385 Metacom Ave., Apt. 2E, was arrested on a bench warrant issued from Sixth Division District Court in Providence.
Police received a call about a breaking and entering on Meadow Lane.
Police received a call about a broken window, and attempted breaking and entering, on South Cornell Avenue.
A road rage complaint came in from Touisset Road.
Wednesday, Sept. 5
Police advised a group of people to stop yelling just after midnight at Main and Market streets.
Ryan J. Patalano, 27, of 304 Metacom Ave., Apt. 2, was arrested on a bench warrant issued from Sixth Division District Court in Providence.
A cell phone was reported stolen from a Federal Street home.
Police got a call about a flooded basement at Jacobs Point.
Loose dogs were called in from Schoolhouse Road.
A Church Street woman told police that someone stole a propane tank from her outdoor grill.
An employee of a Metacom Avenue business filed a report about a bad check.
A man and woman were spotted yelling at each other on Market Street.
A caller from Evie Drive reported a large sinkhole in his yard.
A caller from Homestead Avenue told police that his sister-in-law had just harassed him and refused to leave the property.
An erratic driver was spotted on Market Street.
A woman was reported panhandling on Main Street.
Thomas James Moulton, 24, of Coventry, was arrested on a warrant issued from Sixth Division District Court in Providence.
A Company Street woman told police that her husband had violated a no contact order. Police checked it out and notified her that the order was no longer active.
Trucks were reportedly driving off-road on Chace Avenue.
A Colonial Drive resident complained to police that someone kept ringing her doorbell. Police checked it out and determined that the bell was faulty, and was ringing on its own.
Thursday, Sept. 6
A loose dog complaint came in from Asylum Road.
A loose dog complaint came in from Denver Avenue.
A Bradford Street woman reported losing her purse.
A woman reported receiving harassing text messages.
A loud music call came in from Davis Street at 1:16 p.m.
Police assisted the driver of a tractor trailer who was unable to negotiate the corner at Water and Miller streets.
Turkeys were spotted in the road on Metacom Avenue.
A woman reported receiving harassing telephone calls.
Two men on bikes may have entered an abandoned residence on Crescent Street, a caller told police.
Police were asked to lookout for a driver on Market Street who may have been drunk.
Friday, Sept. 7
A woman from Water Street reported a broken car window.
A Market Street business owner reported a bad check.
A Main Street man reported a stolen bike.
A woman reported being stalked by her ex-boyfriend.
A woodchuck that may have been rabid was spotted on Ann Court.
Cynthia Andrews, 40, of Bristol, was cited for driving after the denial, suspension or revocation of her license, after police pulled her over on Child Street at 4:45 p.m.
A Lincolen Avenue resident reported being harassed by a neighbor.
Christopher J. Grieco, 39, of Cranston, was arrested on a bench warrant issued from Sixth Division District Court in Providence.
Felicia M. Semiao, 22, of 357 Child St., third floor, was charged with disorderly conduct and making crank or obscene phone calls.
Edward Walker, 53, of 8 Union St., third floor, was arrested on a warrant for domestic disorderly conduct and domestic simple assault/battery.
Saturday, Sept. 8
A groupof people fighting on Hope Street at 12:19 a.m. were gone by the time police arrieved.
Joshua Jared Chagnon, 23,of East Providence, was cited for driving after the denial, suspension or revocation of his license, after police pulled him over on Market Street at 1:17 a.m.
A caller from Beach Street reported an unwanted woman on his property.
Air compressors were reported stolen from a shed on Almy Avenue.
A black lab was reported running loose on Schoolhouse Road.