Bristol police log: Mom's not handing over the car keys


The following items are among the Bristol police log Jan. 27 - Feb. 3, 2014:

Monday, Jan. 27

Police received a report about a coat stolen from a lab at the Bristol County Medical Center.

Tuesday, Jan. 28

Charles John Stanley, 21, of Westport, Conn., was arrested on charges of simple assault/battery.

Police responded to Gooding Plaza for a noise complaint. The operator of a tractor-trailer truck was told to shut his vehicle down for the night.

A UPS driver informed police about an open door to a home on Michael Drive and no one was home. Police responded and found the home secure. The door was an oversight.

Wednesday, Jan. 29 

A caller reported that the driver of a snow plow was allegedly operating recklessly. A woman waiting for the RIPTA bus got all wet from the slush of the snow.

Hunter John Lane, 28, of 15 Fesser Ave., Bristol, was arrested on a Superior Bench warrant charge.

Jason W. Almeida, 37, of 171 Bradford St., Bristol, was arrested on charges of violating a no-contact order.

Police responded to the town sewer department to deal with a disorderly man.

Thursday, Jan. 30

Police were called to an area of Hope Street for a reported argument between a boyfriend and girlfriend. The girlfriend was allegedly highly intoxicated.

A caller from the Common Pub asked for police to help with removing a man who refused to leave.

Police responded to an area of Court Street for a report that a woman heard a lot of screaming and yelling on the second floor above her apartment. Officers couldn't find anyone, and didn't hear anything upon arrival.

Friday, Jan. 31

Zachary Nguia, 21, of New Bedford, Mass., was arrested on a 6th District Court bench warrant charge.

Jason W. Almeida, 37, of 171 Bradford St., Bristol, was arrested on charges of violating a no-contact order.

Police received a report that someone spilled gasoline in the basement of a Wood Street home.

A caller reported that someone was dumping furniture from a U-Haul truck into a dumpster at Agave Restaurant.

Police responded to a home on Monroe Avenue for a report that man was trying to break into a home. Officers determined there were no issues, and that it was a misunderstanding.

A Wilson Street resident asked to speak with police about possible bruising on her child's leg.

A woman called police about her mom not handing over the keys to her car.

A Washington Street caller told police that she could hear a male screaming at his children at 8:37 p.m.

Saturday, Feb. 1

A caller reported seeing a suspicious man wandering in the woods behind the Bristol Sewer Department.

Margaret J. Diluglio, 51, of 58 St. Elizabeth St., Bristol,  was arrested on charges of DUI first offense, .15 or higher.

A Wood Street resident asked to speak to police about some mail he received.

Police received a complaint about several cars blocking the roadway of State and Wood streets. The funeral director advised that the Mass would be ending soon, and the cars would then disperse.

Police received a call about a USPS worker who was chased by a dog near Annawamscutt Drive.

A caller on Primrose Drive reported hearing arguing between a mother, son and her daughter.

Police responded to a home on Hamlet Drive for a report of a possible underage party.

Sunday, Feb. 2

Ian Peckham, 23, of Tiverton, was arrested on charges of vandalism, resisting arrest and obstructing an officer in execution of duty.

A High Street resident called police to report that her brother was in an altered mental state.

Jason Alexander Foley, 23, of S. Burlington, Vt., was arrest on charges of DUI first offense, and refusal to submit to a drug test.

A Baker Street resident requested police presence in order to keep the peace while the person moved out.

A Wood Street caller reported that children were playing football in the street.

Paul E. Ott, 53, of 11 Stephen Drive, Bristol, was arrested on charges of DUI first offense, and failure to submit to a chemical test.


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