Warren police logs: Flaming pile of manure prompts fire run

Warren Police Sgt. Michael Marcello answers a call on his radio.

Warren Police Sgt. Michael Marcello answers a call on his radio.Monday, Oct. 21

Police spotted a man sleeping in his car on Franklin Street just after 7 a.m.

A Brown Street resident reported damage to a fence.

Somebody found syringes on Metacom Avenue.

Mario J. Amaral, 44, of 28 Taddy Ave., was arrested on a bench warrant from Sixth Division District Court in Providence.

A loose dog call came in from Market Street.

A Manning Street man asked that an officer tell his neighbor to stop dumping grass clippings on his property.

Tuesday, Oct. 22

A Union Street man called police and asked for help with his disorderly brother.

A caller from Broad Street was upset that a car was parked on the side of the road for more than a day without being moved.

A Main Street man told police that someone tampered with his cable TV line.

A goat saw its chance and made a break for it on Adams Lane, eventually ending up in the street. The culprit? A hole in the fence. The animal control officer came out and brought the wanderer home.

Police got a call about a possibly sick cow on Libby Lane.

Someone complained that kids wearing masks were jumping out in front of cars stopped at the stop sign at Fatima Drive and Main Street.

Neighbors were harassing each other on Mason Street, police learned.

Wednesday, Oct. 23

Someone complained about loud noises on Norbert Street. Police said it was coming from a person working inside a home; they told him to shut the door.

An Arlington Avenue man was awoken just before 3 a.m. by a man knocking on his window. He may have been drunk, the caller said, and asked him for a place to stay. The man wandered off and police found him a short time later on Metacom Avenue. He told them he made a mistake and thought the house belonged to a friend. Police took him home.

Roger M. Daly, 33, of 381 Metacom Ave., was picked up at the Newport Court House on a warrant for domestic simple assault/battery, third offense, domestic refusal to relinquish the telephone, third offense, and domestic disorderly conduct, third offense.

A road rage call came in from Metacom Avenue and Kickemuit Road. There was no further information.

Someone complained that a drunk woman on Scott Court was acting “strange.”

A woman on Market Street was yelling obscenities, a caller told police.

Thursday, Oct. 24

A caller from Market Street told police that two women leaving an establishment were singing and playing loud music.

A sick fox was spotted on Chace Avenue.

A harassing phone calls complaint came in from a Main Street home.

A Franklin Street woman reported elderly abuse, but there was no more information.

Police got a report of a barefoot woman who appeared disoriented walkign around Market Street.

Nicholas M. Berouty, 24, of Fall River,  was arrested on a bench warrant from Sixth Division District Court in Providence, and also on a Superior Court warrant, after police pulled him over on Wood Street.

A Vernon Street woman complained about receiving harassing text messages.

A South Grove Avenue man called police after getting into a fight with his wife.

Police were called to a father/son dispute on Market Street.

Friday, Oct. 25

A Long Lane resident reported hearing gun shots.

Casey Daniels, 32, of East Providence,  was arrested on a bench warrant from Sixth Division District Court in Providence and also charged with obstruction of an officer.

A barking dog call came in from Napoleon Street.

Saturday, Oct. 26

Police got a call about an argument between roommates on Main Street.

A Davis Street resident reported being harassed by a neighbor.

Three people were arrested when police were called to Market Street just before midnight to remove several unwanted people. Arrested were Tevin R. Jones, 19, of 17 Warren Ave., Christopher Ryan Perry Jr., 18, of Bristol, and a 14-year-old boy. Mr. Jones was charged with disorderly conduct and obstruction of  n officer, Mr. Perry was charged with obstruction, and the boy was charged with simple assault, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct (fighting/tumultuous behavior).

Sunday, Oct. 27

A Croade Street man called police at 2:45 a.m. to complain that his upstairs neighbors were being too loud.

Police were called to a child custody issue on Homestead Avenue.

What’s worse than a giant pile of manure? One that combusts spontaneously, as one did at a Touisset Road home. Fire crews were called to put it out at 1:59 p.m.

A woman trying to move out of a Wheaton Street apartment said a neighbor was giving her a hard time.

Dispatch noted a collision between a car and deer at Main Street and Hanley Farm Road. No injuries were reported, but the log didn’t specify whether that included the deer.

 

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