There was a report of a man beating a woman on Davis Street, but it turned out to be no problem.
Police received a complaint at 7:53 a.m. about a “baby bunny.” No word on whether it was vicious.
A Lincoln Avenue man told police that a neighbor was harassing him.
A King Street man reported his house broken into.
A Metacom Avenue woman told police that two other women were harassing her and her son.
A caller told police that kids were skateboarding on Child Street.
A woman asked to speak to an officer about a man sleeping in the hallway of her apartment building.\]
A caller told police that a driver on Main Street was hitting the brakes constantly.
Police dispersed an unwanted person from Child Street.
Fred R. Constancia, 54, of Bristol, was cited for driving after the denial, suspension or revocation of his license, after police pulled him over on Child Street at 8:33 p.m.
Someone threw something at a car on Vernon Street.
Tuesday, Sept. 11
Police received a call from Warren Avenue about a man looking into cars. The call came in at 6:28 a.m.
A caller from Main Street reported hearing a loud noise at 8:56 a.m.
A check was reported stolen from a Thompson Street home.
David E. Silvia, 53, of Worcester, Ma., was arrested on an active warrant from Rhode Island Superior Court, after police pulled over a car in which he was a passenger on Hezekiah Drive.
An open burn complaint came in from Vernon Street.
A caller told police about a go-kart in the road on Arlington Avenue.
An injured turkey was reported on Laurel Lane.
A minor stove fire on Main Street was extinguished.
Thereselee Asselin, 43, of 1 Hanley Lane, was arrested on a bench warrant issued from Sixtyh Division District Court in Providence.
A Cherry Street resident told police that someone rang the doorbell, then ran off.
Police received a call of boys throwing trash onto Market Street.
Wednesday, Sept. 12
A man was spotted sleeping in his car on Arlington Avenue.
A loud music call came in from Davis Street at 4:41 a.m.
People were reported fighting on Main Street just after 9:30 a.m.
Bristol police alerted Warren about an erratic driver heading into town.
A Child Street man reported receiving harassing telephone calls.
Police were called to Main Street for a domestic dispute that turned out to be merely anargument.
A man asked to speka to an officer abouta possible restraining order violation.
Police got a call from Schoolhouse Road regarding a child custody dispute.
Thursday, Sept. 13
Police received a complaint that a rat on Child Street was behaving strangely.
Police were asked to look for an ex-military man who was possibly suicidal, intoxicated and in possession of a knife. Police were alerted to use extreme caution in locating the man. He was later located in Bristol.
A Metacom Avenue man told police that someone broke into his apartment and stole two gaming systems.
A woman told police that her son, a student at Kickemuit Middle School, was assaulted by another student the week before.
A drunk man refused to leave an establishment on Railroad Avenue.
Edward A. Botelho, 30, of 28 Davis St., second floor, was charged with misdemeanor shopifting after allegedly being caught in the act at a Market Street store.
ATVs were reported driving on private property on Touisset Lane.
A possible drunk driver was reported on Market Street.
Police got a call about a drunk motorcyclist on Metacom Avenue.
Ana Lopes, 45, of Pawtucket, was cited for driving after the denial, suspension or revocation of her license, after police pulled her over on Kickemuit Road at 11:57 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 14
Justin M. Westley, 31, of Portsmouth, was arrested on a warrant for felony receiving stolen goods.
Police received a complaint that a man punched another on South Main Street, then fled.
A caller reported seeing a fox running along Water Street.
A man saw another steal his bike, and chased him on Main Street. The complainant eventually located the bike, but the thief had fled.
Police received a report of a boat capsized on the Kickemuit River at 4:36 p.m.
A barking dog elicited a complaint on Mason Street.
Steven J. Hurwitz, 54, of 18 William Ave., was charged with domestic simple/assault battery.
Cody L. Carpenter, 21, of 78 Seymour St., was charged wtih vandalism/malicious injury to property and disorderly conduct.
Saturday, Sept. 15
Police received a call at 12:12 a.m. about a loud party on Child Street.
An officer was requested on Market Street at 4:35 a.m. while a repossession officer attempted to repossess a car.
Police received a call that a man and women were fighting at their Main Street home. They checked it out but found the two sleeping in bed.
A Water Street man reported his bike stolen.
Police found a credit card and alerted the owner.
Police received a complaint from Homestead Avenue that minors were drinking alcohol. Police found the party in question, but there was no alcohol.
A fireworks complaint came in from Child Street.
A loud music complaint came in from Main Street.
Joseph Paul Santos, 44, of 348 Child St., first floor, was arrested on a bench warrant issued from Sixth Division District Court in Providence.
A loud music complaint came in from Market Street.
Sunday, Sept. 16
A possible drunk driver was reported on Davis Street.
Ashley A. Lyons, 24, 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 her over on Metacom Avenue at 2:41 a.m.
Police were called to Davis Street twice within an hour for a neighborhood dispute.
A resident found a syringe on Davis Street and threw it out.
Dennis M. Gagne Jr., 36, of Providence, was cited for driving after the denial, suspension or revocation of his license, after police pulled him over on Market Street at 5:05 p.m.
Jeremy M. Brown, 25, of North Kingstown, was cited for driving after the denial, suspension or revocation of his license, after police pulled him over on Market Street at 6:19 p.m.
A loud music complaint came in from Davis Street.
Police were called over a disagreement between mother and son on Company Street.
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