Warren police log: Man finds stolen car in driveway


Monday, Nov. 25

Police got a call about a possible drunk driver on Market Street.

A Colonial Drive resident complained about a driver who speeds every morning and shows a disregard for children waiting for the bus.

Someone found a drill in the middle of Market Street and handed it in to police.

The second floor tenant of a Main Street apartment reported being harassed by a person on the first floor.

Tuesday, Nov. 26

A Wood Street resident left a mattress and television out in the trash.

The animal control officer picked up a stray cat on Warren Avenue.

A Child Street man called police about an argument with his wife.

A license plate was stolen from a car on Railroad Avenue.

A resident complained that someone in a car was cranking their music.

A barking dog drew a complaint on Wheaton Street.

Wednesday, Nov. 27

Police noticed that rainwater at Main and Crescent street was pooling and creating a hazard to drivers.

A boat tied up near the Warren Town Wharf broke free, but the owner was able to tie on a line and secure it.

A Bowen Street resident complained that a car parked out front hadn’t moved in four days.

Police got a call about a car stuck on a rock on Metacom Avenue. 4:52 p.m.

A car struck a parked car on Water Street and left the scene.

A caller on Market Street reported an oven fire but told police it had been extinguished.

Thursday, Nov. 28

A caller complained about people being noisy on Kelly Street.

Police got a call about people fighting on Metacom Avenue.

Police were called to a Main Street home for a child custody issue.

A caller from Federal Street called after spotting an unfamiliar car parked in his driveway. It turned out to be a car reported stolen in Barrington.

Shortly after a mother and son came into the police station to talk about a juvenile matter, police got word that the two were arguing at the corner of Main and Franklin streets.

Someone found a bike on Franklin Street and turned it in.

Friday, Nov. 29

A street sign was reported missing from the intersection of Market and Asselin streets.

Police picked up Sean Jobin, 23, of East Providence, on a Sixth Division District Court bench warrant.

A Bradbury Street caller reported larceny from his home.

A Mason Street woman reported Internet-based harassment.

Police dispersed a group of kids skating in a parking lot at Metacom Avenue and Overhill Road.

A Riverview Street woman told police that her daughter was being harassed.

Saturday, Nov. 30

A loud music call came in from Market Street.

A Mulberry Street woman reported her car stolen out of her driveway. It happened some time during the night.

Police went out to Main Street for a neighborhood dispute.

Police got a call from a woman concerned because her son wouldn’t answer the door of his Benefit Street home. Police checked it out and found the man alive and well, in the basement.

Sunday, Dec. 1

A loud music call came in from Market Street.

A Metacom Avenue man reported having a problem with his ex-girlfriend.

Police helped a driver push a car to the side of the road. It had stalled out at Metacom and Arlington avenues.

Two shots were reported fired on Coomer Avenue. Police found nothing.

A Campbell street resident reported receiving harassing text messages.





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