Warren woman arrested twice in three hours

Warren Police LogFrom the pages of the Warren Times-Gazette.

Warren Police Log

From the pages of the Warren Times-Gazette.

Monday, Aug. 27

Loose cows were spotted on Long Lane just before 6 a.m.

A person reported yelling on Main Street was just using the phone, an officer discovered.

Turkeys — the fowl variety — stopped traffic on Main Street, near Seymour, at about 8:24 a.m.

Police told the operator of a truck left idling for a while on Main Street to shut it down.

Kids were spotted driving golf carts along Coggeshall Street.

Someone reported a man lying down on the side of the East Bay Bike Path, but he was gone by the time police arrived.

Diane R. Selley, 54, of 68 Wood St., Apt. 1, was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and assaulting a police officer, after police were called to Wood Street by a neighbor who complained that she was leaving cigarette butts on his doorstep.

A Colonial Drive man told police that someone broke into his house while he was out.

Luis A. Nadales, 47, of North Providence, was charged with domestic simple assault, domestic disorderly conduct, and simple assault, after police received a report about a domestic assault on Long Lane.

A caller from Metacom Avenue told police that a man was using vulgarities in the presence of her children.

Three hours and six minutes after police were first called to her home, Diane R. Selley, 54, of 68 Wood St., was arrested again after police received another call about a “female out of control.” This time, she was charged with vandalism/malicious injury to property and disorderly conduct.

Tuesday, Aug. 28

Three women were reported arguing in front of a Market Street building.

A Federal Street resident asked to speak to police about a child.

A barking dog complaint came in from Mason Street.

An Xbox was reported stolen from Kickemuit Road.

A man was arguing with someone in front of a Paul Court home.

A man was spotted yelling in the middle of Parker Street.

Wednesday, Aug. 29

Police spotted a car on Franklin Street that had been egged.

Police got word of an injured turkey on Metacom Avenue.

A Main Street resident reported a fraudulent check.

Thomas Meschino, 29, of West Warwick, was cited for driving after the denial, suspension or revocation of his license after police got word at 12:36 p.m. that a car driven by Mr. Meschino struck her parked car on Union Street.

Police were called to a neighbor dispute on Union Street.

Police were called to Davis Street for a past domestic.

A report of someone shooting a shotgun on Schoolhouse Road proved unfounded.

Paula M. Fleck, 48, of 30 Davies St., first floor, was charged with domestic disorderly conduct and domestic simple assault/battery.

Police logged a call about a drunk driver on Main Street but made no arrest.

A man was spotted yelling in the street on Davis Street.

Two people were spotted sleeping in a car parked on Asylum Road.

Kevin R. Smith, 25, of Smithfield, was cited for driving after the denial, suspension or revocation of his license, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended, canceled or revoked registration, and driving without proof of insurance, after police pulled him over on Metacom Avenue at 10:47 a.m.

A Mason Street resident complained about a barking dog.

A caller reported an elderly man driving so slowly on Metacom Avenue that he was hindering traffic. Police looked for, but couldn’t find him.

A caller from Long Lane reported receiving harassing telephone calls.

Two women were spotted fighting in a Market Street store.

A woman was injured after falling off her horse on Birchswamp Road.

A man who the caller said may have been drunk was reportedly stumbling along the side of the road on Union Street.

An intoxicated man who was refused a drink at a Main Street establishment reportedly shoved an employee.

A caller spotted a man on Main Street wearing all black and a Phantom of the Opera mask.

A loud music complaint came in from Davis Street.

Friday Aug. 31

Suspicious people wer spotted on Stuart Street.

A car became stuck in the sand at the bottom of Maple Road.

A PS3 video game console and television were reported stolen from a Homestead Avenue home.

Police dispersed a group of kids who were skating on Croade Street.

A car took out a fire hydrant at Metacom Avenue and Vernon Street.

A car was reported stolen from Child Street.

A State Street woman reported the theft of medicine from her home.

A cigarette left smoldering in a cup appears to have been the cause of a small fire that damaged the porch of a Luther Street home just before 11:30 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 1

Two men in a sedan shot out the window of another car with a BB gun as they drove down Child Street at 12:36 a.m.

Bryan G. Machado, 28, of 5 Hanley Lane, was cited for driving after the denial, suspension or revocation of his license, after police pulled him over on Ridgeway Drive at 1:21 a.m.

Bruno E. Crato Monteiro, 28, of 397 Child St., was cited for driving after the denial, suspension or revocation of his license after police pulled him over on Main Street at 11:12 a.m.

A Long Lane resident told police that someone shot out a window with a BB gun.

A Market Street resident reported seeing a heroin deal go down. Police made no arrests.

A bike was stolen from Main Street.

Police received a call of kids “playing too rough” on Sisson Street.

A drunk bicyclist was reported on Market Street.

A barking dog call came in from William Avenue.

Public urination was reported on Schoolhouse Road.

An open burning complaint came in from Metacom Avenue.

Sunday, Sept. 2

A Brady Street resident found an opossum in a trash can. It was very much alive and when taken out, took off.

A man was spotted panhandling on Child Street.

Multiple calls for a loud bang appear to have been tied to a blown transformer at Water and Washington streets.

A fireworks complaint came in from Hope Street.

Carlos and Debbi L. Mendoza, both of 32 Third St., Apt. 311, were each charged with domestic simple assault/battery and domestic disorderly conduct, after police were called to their home for a fight.

A loud music complaint came in from Cottage Street.





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