Bristol police log: Annoying girlfriend removed from boyfriend's house
The following items were among the Bristol police log Dec. 3 - Dec. 9, 2013:
Tuesday, Dec. 3
Police removed a Warren man from a River Street home at 11:17 a.m. because he was allegedly drunk and aggressive.
A woman reported that her purse and medication was misplaced, and the items did not make it to Rhode Island Hospital with her.
Police were called to a home on Fales Road for a report of a breaking-and-entering in progress. However, there was no issue. A woman had locked herself out of her home and told one of the men she was with to go in through the open window.
Jerilyn Authelet, 47, of Warren, was arrested on charges of larceny under $1,500 and passing of counterfeit money.
Wednesday, Dec. 4
A Hope Street resident called police at 3:11 a.m. to report that his girlfriend kept annoying him and was preventing him from going to sleep. She was told to leave the home for the night.
A Wood Street resident reported that roofers installing a roof on her neighbor's house were dropping nails into her yard and driveway, and would not pick them up.
A caller reported finding syringes on Church Street.
Firefighters responded to a home on Wood Street for a report that a grill on a second-story deck was on fire.
A caller reported finding a counterfeit $20 bill on the street while walking her dog near Hope Street.
Yolanda McArdle, 40, homeless, was arrested on charges of simple assault/battery, disorderly conduct and violating a no-contact order.
Thursday, Dec. 5
James F. Drolet, 23, of 15 Massasoit Ave., Bristol, was arrested on charges of breaking and entering.
A Massasoit Avenue resident reported hearing neighbor playing drums at 4:12 p.m.
Friday, Dec. 6
Police issued Felipe A. Navarro, 21, of 42 Richmond St., Bristol, a summons to appear for urinating in public.
A caller reported that a suspicious woman was going door-to-door on Lincoln Avenue at 11:04 a.m., bothering residents.
Esteban Gonzalez, 32, of 15 Thompson Ave., Bristol, was arrested on charges of cultivating and manufacturing of marijuana, possession of a firearm while committing a controlled substance violation, and carrying a dangerous weapon when a crime is involved.
A Hamlet Drive resident asked that a CAD entry be made for the noise coming from the wind turbine at Safeway Auto.
Saturday, Dec. 7
A caller reported hearing loud music from a construction site on Lugent Lane. The noise meter was deployed, and found no violations.
Marc P. DaSilva, 23, of 101 Mt. Hope Ave., Bristol, was arrested on charges of DUI first offense.
Sunday, Dec. 8
A Hope Street caller reported that her pipes were banging in the basement at 3:54 a.m.
A River Street resident reported that their Christmas lights were stolen.