Monday, Feb. 18
Fire crews went to help shovel out an elderly Beechwood Court resident’s walkway.
Jereme R. Beller, 31, of 3 Oak St., was charged with larceny under $500, high speed pursuit, first offense, and willful trespassing after police were called to a suspicious Jeep at Schoolhouse and Serpentine roads.
The landlord of a vacant Child Street apartment told police he believed that someone was in the apartment.
Medication was reported stolen from a Main Street home.
Police got a complaint about a barking dog on Kickemuit Road. The owner brought the offending dog inside.
Tuesday, Feb. 19
Two suspicious people spotted walking on Main Street just before 1 a.m. were just walking to Barrington, an officer learned.
A Fern Drive resident reported identity fraud.
Gregory S. Fowler, 46, of 137 Kickemuit Road, was charged with domestic disorderly conduct and domestic vandalism/malicious injury to property.
A Main Street resident complained that his neighbor put broken tree limbs into the road. Police moved the trees out of the road and attempted to speak to the person who put them there, but no one answered the door.
Police got a complaint about goats on Child Street, but there was no explanation.
A Market Street resident reported telephone harassment and stalking.
Police were called to a domestic disturbance at 5:28 p.m. on Union Street. They arrested Edward E. Walker, 54, of East Providence, and charged him with felony domestic assault, violating a no contact order and domestic disorderly conduct.
Police were called to a landlord/tenant argument on Davis Street.
Wednesday, Feb. 20
A caller from Main Street asked for a police escort to keep the peace while he picked up some items he’d left behind.
A Railroad Avenue resident reported a past assault.
A swan in the middle of Child Street stopped traffic for a bit and led to a visit by police and the animal control officer.
The animal control officer returned a loose dog to its owner on Warren Avenue.
The owner of a car parked on Libby Lane was damaged, its owner told the police.
Police were asked to disperse an unwanted person from Railroad Avenue.
A Main Street woman reported the theft of medication.
Thursday, Feb. 21
Police were called to Metacom Avenue for a disobedient child.
Friday, Feb. 22
A suspicious man spotted walking on Market Street at 1:24 a.m. was walking to meet his brother.
Michael M. Simoes, 24, of Bristol, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, second offense within five years, possession of marijuana, driving while in possession of controlled substances and refusal to submit to a chemical test, after police pulled him over at Metacom Avenue and Bee Jay Court at 1:29 a.m.
A caller reported a man lying partially in the roadway on Main Street.
A man called police to report that someone cut the brake lines under his truck while it was parked near Main and Child streets.
A woman left the Subway sandwich shop on Main Street without paying for her food. Police tracked her down and brought her back. She made partial payment and was ordered not to return.
A fuel tank was reported stolen from a boat on the Warren River.
Police were called to Metacom Avenue for a fight.
Saturday, Feb. 23
A loose dog was returned to a Norbert Street home.
Police got a call about shots being fired near Country Road. It turned to be hunters in nearby Swansea.
Charles E. Vincent, 63, of Bristol, was charged with disorderly conduct and simple assault or battery after police were called to Water Street at 5:20 p.m. for a disturbance.
Someone complained that a man was yelling in the middle of Davis Street.
Sunday, Feb. 24
A Market Street resident complained about the volume of a neighbor’s radio at 4:32 a.m. Police said the radio was on but the volume was not excessive.
A Main Street resident called police at 1:37 p.m. to complain about a truck that was idling while its driver made a delivery.
David J. Tupaj, 50, whose address was listed in the police log as the Pontiac Avenue shelter, was arrested on a warrant for simple assault or battery.