DUI, disorderly conduct cases keep Warren police busy

DUI, disorderly conduct cases keep Warren police busy


Monday, Sept. 17

Robert W. Dupont, 40, of 51 Cole St., was charged with domestic simple assault/battery and domestic disorderly conduct, after police received a call from a man on Cole Street who said he’d just been assaulted.

The animal control officer was called out to Metacom Avenue for an injured cat.

Police received a complaint from Company Street that a town backhoe damaged a parked car.

A Charity Drive man reported his house broken into.

A barking dog complaint came in from William Avenue.

Matthew J. Thurber, 19, of Bristol, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, first offense, and refusal to submit to a chemical test, after police pulled him over at Child and Elm streets at 8:44 p.m.

Tuesday, Sept. 18

Police were called about an argument in a Child Street tenement.

Carl Rebello, 34, of Swansea, was picked up on a warrant for issuing fraudulent checks over $1,000.

An Arlington Avenue woman told police that neighbors were harassing her and her children.

A Davis Street man said he suspected that his upstairs neighbor stole food that had been dropped off on the front step for him by a friend.

A Union Street man asked police to assist with his unruly 11-year-old son.

Police received a complaint that a man on Thompson Street was removing a tire on a car that didn’t belong to him. Police checked it out, and made no arrests; the man was changing his girlfriend’s flat tire.

Wednesday, Sept . 19

A man on Cutler Street told police his car may have been stolen. It wasn’t, police learned, but it had been repossessed.

Amanda L. Soares, 23, of 24 Child St., Apt. 3, was charged with violating a no contact order after police were called to Market Street for a man yelling at a woman.

A man told police he’d been shot by a BB gun. (1420)

People were reported fighting on Wheaton Street.

Police received a call from Wheaton Street that a man was going through parked cars.

Thursday, Sept. 20

A Wheaton Street woman reported being harassed by neighbors.

An attempted breaking and entering was reported on Hope Street (1423).

A constable called asked for an officer to help keep the peace during a forced eviction on Main Street.An Almy Avenue resident reported finding syringes on the side of the road.

A Broad Street man reported his car window broken.

A caller told police that a school bus driver was speeding and failed to come to a complete stop at a stop sign at the intersection of Kickemuit Avenue and Serpentine Road. Police called and spoke to bus company management.

Police logged a complaint from Water Street about loud music coming from a car.

Police received a call about an unruly 16-year-old on Old Market Street.

A fence was damaged on Garden Street.

Friday, Sept. 21

Police received a call that two men, one of whom had a knife, were getting ready to fight on Main Street. Police arrived and broke it up; they found no knife.

Giancarlos Rodriguez, 20, of 170 Child St., was arrested on a bench warrant issued from Sixth Division District Court in Providence.

Internet fraud was reported on Union Street.

Edward Girard, 25, of 22 Birchswamp Road, Apt. 1, was cited for driving after the denial, suspension or revocation of his license, after police pulled him over on Seymour Street at 5:09 a.m.

Lorenzo R. Vazquez, 31, of 140 Market St., was arrested on a bench warrant issued from Sixth Division District Court in Providence.

Bikes were reported stolen from a Union Street home.

Saturday, Sept. 22

People were reported being loud on Sowamsett Avenue.

Police received a comlaint about a man who was making noise and may have been panhandling on Main Street.

A man and a woman were reported fighting on Arlington Avenue.

David A. Wood, 45, of 350 Water St., second floor, was arrested on a bench warrant issued from Sixth Division District Court in Providence.

A Market Street resident complained about an open burn.

Robert E. Rioux, 42, of 3 Fifth St., first floor, was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after police received a call from Benefit Street at 12:47 a.m. that a mna was trying to gain access to cars.

A Market Street woman complained that her husband was drunk and was disrupting a child’s party. The woman ended up leaving with her children.

Someone stole vegetables out of a Main Street man’s garden.

Loud noise was reported on Sisson Street.