Warren police: Alleged spray-paint vandal caught?
Police were called out to Baltimore Avenue at 12:30 a.m. for a car fire that spread to a shed.
Someone spray-painted graffiti on a Franklin Street building. Shortly thereafter, two other buildings on Metacom Avenue were reported tagged. Hours later, a juvenile, 13, was charged with vandalism/malicious property damage.
A caller from Child Street reported that his son was out of control.
A “suspicious” person was reported near the Hugh Cole School on Asylum Road. Police searched and found him: It was a caretaker for the property next door.
A Metacom Avenue resident reported telephone harassment.
A Main Street resident complained that someone was trying to kick down her door. It turned out to be a neighbor knocking on the door, requesting that she turn down her music.
Sally A. Clarke, 50, of 88 Kickemuit Road, Apt. 1E, was charged with violating a no contact order.
Police dispersed an unruly customer at a Water Street establishment. He was advised to stay away for the night.
An Arlington Avenue caller reported loud music from a neighboring home.
Saturday, March 29
Colin P. McCormack, 24, of Wrentham, Mass., was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and refusal to submit to a chemical test, after police pulled him over at Grove Avenue and Market Street.
A Broad Street man told police that overnight someone broke one of his car’s windows.
A loose dog call came in from Kathleen Drive.
A stray cat complaint came in from Laurel Lane.
Alfred Preziuso, 37, of 38 Shore Road, was charged with domestic simple assault/battery, domestic vandalism/malicious injury to property and domestic disorderly conduct, after his wife called police to report that he threw her to the floor.
Sunday, March 30
A Market Street man noticed that someone cut a window screen overnight.
A possible fraud call came in from Child Street. Police report: No fraud.
A Sachem Street woman called police after her ex-boyfriend showed up and demanded to pick up his belongings.
A Franklin Street woman called police to report a bad roof leak, with water leaking into light fixtures and around fans. In true neighbor fashion, several of her friends came out and helped her shore up the damage.
A loud car complaint came in from Davis Street.