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One arrest in Bristol; police break-up snowball fight

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bpd signMonday, Jan. 21
Police were called to Kennedy Court at 10:52 p.m. after a caller complained of people being noisy in the roadway. When police arrived they found several people involved in a snowball fight. After police spoke to them, they agreed to take it in for the night.

Wednesday, Jan. 23
A Wall Street resident called police to report that her vehicle was missing. After looking into the matter, it was determined that the woman missed two weekly payments on the car and the finance company repossessed the vehicle, but she didn’t listen to her voicemail message advising her they were going to take the car.

At 11:42 p.m. a Wood Street resident called police to complain that the upstairs tenant was walking too loudly and doing laundry.

Friday, Jan. 25
Police investigated a report that a man wearing fatigues was seen climbing out of a window on Primrose Drive at 2:35 p.m. After speaking with the man, it was learned that he lived there and was climbing in because he forgot his key inside.

Saturday, Jan. 26
A Bristol woman turned herself in to police at 1:25 p.m. where she was wanted on a bench warrant issued by Sixth Division District Court and on an affidavit warrant issued by Seekonk, Mass. police. The warrant was issued after Nicole Pacheco, 24, of 41 Thompson Ave. for failure to appear for an ability to pay hearing on a charge of larceny under $1,500. Ms. Pacheco was charged on the warrants.

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