Bristol police log: Animal control helps reign in loose livestock


The following items are among those in the Bristol police log Feb. 10 - 16, 2014:

Monday, Feb. 10

Police were called to a Sherry Avenue home for a report that the door may have been tampered with and some items in the house were allegedly missing. A box of mail had been misplaced, and there was no damage to the door.

Jason Richard Murphy, 43, of Fall River, Mass., was arrested on charges of shoplifting, and habitual shoplifting offender.

Luis Carlos Silva, 27, of Fall River, Mass., was arrested on Warren Police Department affidavit for larceny under $1,500.

Animal control was called to Coggeshall Farm for a report of loose livestock.

Tuesday, Feb. 11

A St. Louis Avenue resident reported being harassed by an ex-boyfriend.

Police were called to Midland Farms twice for "suspicious activity." It was just a patron.

Tia M. Bevilacqua, 35, of Riverside, was arrested on charges of DUI second offense, and refusal to submit to a chemical test.

Wednesday, Feb. 12

Jonalee Arruda, 40, of 45 Richmond St., Bristol, was arrested on charges of domestic/simple assault.

A Wood Street resident reported that their landlord allegedly turned off the heat to the apartment.

A caller reported seeing a man, allegedly intoxicated, sitting on the steps of Colt apartments. He then walked over to the Herreshoff apartments to "relieve himself." Police called for EMS to evaluate him.

Thursday, Feb. 13

Police were called to Revival on Hope Street for a report of possible embezzlement.

A Highland Road resident reported possible damage to their property by a National Grid truck.

Police responded to an area of State Street because two women were arguing.

Firefighters put out a car fire on San Juan Drive.

Friday, Feb. 14

An Annawamscutt Drive resident reported getting a call from someone claiming to be from the IRS.

A Robin Drive resident spoke with police about concerns he had regarding this teenage daughter.

A Jane Lane resident reported hearing a woman screaming outside at 11:32 p.m.

 Saturday, Feb. 15

Police were called to a home on Opechee Drive for a report that a neighbor was playing loud music.

An Everett Street caller reported seeing a rowboat in the water. There were no issues. Just a buoy that broke loose.

A caller reported seeing a car in the area of High and Cottage streets pulling a sled.

 Sunday, Feb. 16

Michael DoCouto, 37, of 7 San Francisco St., Bristol, was arrested on charges of domestic vandalism.

A Collins Street resident reported that a neighbor was putting snow in her yard with a snow-blower.

Police got a call from a Lang Avenue resident who reported that jewelry was stolen from the house.

A Dolly Drive resident reported that a snow plow operator was moving snow into the road.

Police were called to a Michael Drive home for a report that someone might have been playing ding-dong-ditch.




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