Police stopped three people at 1:45 a.m. An officer reported they were walking around “with no destination” on Metacom Avenue.
Police were called to a domestic disturbance on Buffalo Avenue but made no arrests.
Police were asked to disperse an unwanted family member who had showed up at a Homestead Avenue home.
A Child Street family reported their daughter, 16, missing. She returned 11 minutes after the initial call was made.
Tuesday, Dec. 4
A Main Street resident told police that a neighbor in his apartment building was kicking his door.
A Davis Street man complained that his mother was harassing him with phone calls.
A car was reported vandalized on Broad Street.
Police were called out to Buffalo Avenue for an issue between husband and wife.
A loud music call came in from Broad Street at 10:04 p.m.
Wednesday, Dec. 5
Angel M. DiOrio,21, of Barrington, was arrested on a Sixth Division District Court bench warrant after police pulled him over on Child Street at 12:07 a.m.
Joseph Paul Santos, 44, of 348 Child St., first floor, was arrested on a Sixth Division District Court bench warrant. Police picked him up on Vernon Street.
An erratic pickup driver was reported on Market Street just before 2:30 p.m.
A Frank Court man told police his daughter was acting up and needed to leave. Eleven minutes later, the woman’s mother came in to police headquarters to report that her daughter had stolen money from her purse.
Thursday, Dec. 6
At 12:42 a.m., another woman from Frank Court called police to report being assaulted by her mother.
A man came in to police headquarters and reported that someone stole his tool box.
A caller reported finding a dog, possibly dead, in a Child Street ditch. The animal control officer checked it out. While the animal was dead, it wasn’t a dog, but a rabbit.
A Homestead Avenue woman reported receiving harassing phone calls from her ex-husband.
An elderly Laurel Lane couple reported their identity for Social Security was stolen.
The manager of a Main Street store told police a woman stole two mugs.
A caller from Child Street reported that kids threw a television into the Kickemuit River. An officer showed up but was unable to retrieve the completely submerged TV. The caller told police the TV had been left as garbage on the sidewalk prior to the kids grabbing it.
An open burning complaint came in from Greenlaw Street. An hour-plus later, another call came in from the same location.
An aggressive driver was reported on Metacom Avenue.
Edward E. Walker, 54, of 177 Main St., second floor, was charged with violating a no contact order after police were called to a domestic disturbance on Union Street at 10:45 p.m.
Friday, Dec. 7
A Homestead Avenue woman told police that someone tried to break into her home.
A Main Street woman reported being threatened by her contractor.
A Davis Street woman told police that her boyfriend’s mother was calling and harassing her.
A runaway boy was reported on Kenny Drive, but was quickly located.
A Canario Drive resident told police that someone may have been using his address to vote.
Domesticated rabbits were running loose on Market Street, a residetn complained.
Police got a call of a drunk driver on Market street.
Two people were arguing loudly at Long Lane and Katie Drive, just after 11:30 p.m.
Police got a call of a large gathering on Davis Street. It was broken up by the time they got there.
Saturday, Dec. 8
A possible drunk driver was called in on Franklin Street just after 12:30 a.m.
A car struck and killed a deer on Long Lane around 1:53 a.m. Officers contacted DEM.
A Union Street woman called police about a domestic problem.
Police were called to Union Street to keep the peace.
Gregg J. Trexler, 39, of Bristol, was arrested on a Sixth Division District Court bench warrant, after police got a call taht a drunk pedestrian was walking in and out of traffic on Market Street. The call came in at 5:45 p.m.
Police were asked to disperse an unwanted person on Market Street.
Police responded to a disturbance on Water Street; apparently, it was an argument about poor driving habits.
A tenant issue on Libby Lane drew a police response.
Sunday, Dec. 9
Police got a call about a drunk driver on Market Street at 12:21 a.m. An officer pulled over the driver, who turned out to be sober. A similar call came in from Main Street about an hour later.
A man reportedly was stopping cars on Main Street.