Warren police charge man with DUI

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Monday, Nov. 5

A Hope Street woman told police that mail was missing from her mailbox.

Police got a call about a student with a knife at Kickemuit Middle School.

An injured swan call came in from Serpentine Road.

Police spotted an erratic driver on Child Street.

Police received word that a runaway from a Main Street home had returned.

A car struck a deer on Child Street just after 9 p.m. Nobody was injured, but the deer wasn’t so lucky.

A Market Street woman complained to police that her husband was drunk and had just knocked over a TV.

Tuesday, Nov. 6

Police were called about a person causing a disturbance at a Main Street address. He was gone by the time they arrived.

Police were called out to an argument at a Child Street home.

A car window was reported smashed on Asylum Road.

Police got a call about a drunk man harassing people at Child Street and Metacom Avenue.

A caller told police that when she was walking her dog another person walking a dog without a leash attacked hers.

Wednesday, Nov. 7

A hit and run driver struck a car parked on Seymour Street.

A Main Street woman told police that someone stole mail out of her mailbox.

Police were called to a verbal argument between boy and girlfriend on Davis Street.

Thursday, Nov. 8

Police noticed that a car parked in front of a Ridgeway Drive home was missing a tire and rim; an officer wrote that the loss appeared to be from an accident.

A Riverview Street woman told police her roommate took her keys and locked herself inside the house.

Police received word of a property dispute on Long Lane.

Police were called to an argument between boy and girlfriend on Child Street.

A Davis Street woman told police someone tried to break into her apartment.

An unruly juvenile was reported on Water Street.

Police got a call that two infants were left unattended in a car parked on Frank Court. Police came out but the car’s owner told them she was only gone five minutes.

Police got a call about a suspicious car circling the Shell Road neighborhood.

Police got a complaint that a man and woman parked in a car on Market Street were smoking marijuana.

Friday, Nov. 9

A Market Street man told police a powdery substance was left on his steps. No word what it was.

Crews transported an intoxicated individual from Warren Avenue into detox.

Police got a call about produce scattered in the road on Metacom Avenue.

Someone tried to pass a bogus $5 bill at a Child Street business.

Nathaniel B. Scannell, 21, of Dedham, Ma., was charged with possession of marijuana, first offense, after police pulled him over on Child Street at 8:51 p.m.

An unwanted person was dispersed from a Baker Street home.

Saturday, Nov. 10

Peter Ried, 57, of Swansea, 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 on Arlington Avenue at 12:22 a.m.

A caller reported his van stolen, then called back a few minutes later to cancel the complaint; it was a misunderstanding between friends, he said, and the van was safe and sound.

Police and fire crews put out a car fire on King Street at 10:39 a.m.

A barking dog drew a complaint from a Wood Street resident.

Police got multiple calls that an unwanted man was on his way to an Overhill Road home. A little less than an hour later, at 2:31 p.m., a man called to ask that police remove his father. The man left, but returned about an hour later.

A mountain bike was stolen from a shed on Bee Jay Court.

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

Sunday, Nov. 11

An Eisenhower Street resident called police after hearing his door bell rung twice, but finding nobody at the door.

A ladder was reported stolen from Water Street.

A man and woman were spotted fighting at the corner of Main and Water streets.

A woman found what she thought was marijuana, and told police she wanted to turn it in. Police noted she’d found a piece of rolled up tin foil.

A woman was spotted yelling on Water Street.

 

 

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