Warren police logs: Boats, outboard motor stolen
Monday, Aug. 4
Police got a call about people arguing around Union and Water streets.
A Child Street woman called police after someone walked past her bedroom just before 1:40 a.m.
A Vernon Street resident complained that an unspecified animal was living under the shed and had had babies.
Police got a call from Ridgeway Court that the driver of a blue pickup truck was towing a juvenile in a shopping cart.
Police got a call about people soliciting door to door on Evie Drive.
A Laurel Lane man complained that a neighbor’s dog was on his property.
A woman smashed out a windshield during a reported domestic dispute on Croade Street, a caller told police.
Tuesday, Aug. 5
Someone complained that cars were doing donuts in a Main Street parking lot just after midnight.
Debbie A. DaSilva, 42, of 50A Campbell St., Apt. 1, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, and refusal to submit to a chemical test, after police pulled her over on Water Street.
Police picked up Lisa Ann Silvia, 49, of 42 Croade St., on a warrant for domestic malicious injury to property, domestic disorderly conduct and domestic simple assault/battery. Half an hour later, Justin G. Silvia, 27, of the same address, turned himself in on a warrant. Police did not specify the charge, but state records indicate there is an open Warren charge against him for possession of a controlled substance, and an open Cranston charge of felony receiving stolen goods over $1,500.
Police and rescue crews went out to Maple Road for a report of an infant who’d gotten his foot stuck in a crib. Crews were able to extricate the child without any problems.
Two motor boats were reported stolen from a property on Cole Street.
An Everett Street woman who had not seen her husband in more than a day reported him missing.
Police got a call about a drunk on Davis Street.
Kids were reported fighting on Child Street.
A loud music call came in from Wood Street at about 11:13 p.m.
Wednesday, Aug. 6
Police dispersed o group of three juveniles from Asylum Road, one of whom reportedly was carrying a sledge hammer.
Yelling, shouting and banging were all reported on Water Street.
Police got word that a person tried to shoplift from a Metacom Avenue business, but workers were able to recover the goods.
Thursday, Aug. 7
William A. Schneider, 43, of 262 Water St., Apt. 3, was arrested on a Rhode Island Superior Court warrant.
Police were asked to disperse a group of kids allegedly hanging out atop a Market Street shed.
Next up for dispersal was a fisherman who, the Beach Street caller said, was on private property and refused to leave.
Friday, Aug. 8
A loud TV call came in from Child Street at about 4:15 a.m.
Someone damaged a lamp post and light on Birchswamp Road.
Police got a call about a bike “laying on the sidewalk” on Greene Street. No word whether it was alright.
A driver complained that a woman on a bike struck her car, then took off. It happened on Union Street, the caller said.
Police dispersed a man panhandling on Market Street.
A woman told police that her sister used her name when given recent traffic citations.
Police picked up Porter White-O’Brien, 18, of 40 Patterson Ave., on a bench warrant issued from Sixth Division District Court in Providence.
Police got a call about loud music playing from a camper on Beach Street.
Saturday, Aug. 9
A Jefferson Street man complained that trash from the Subway sandwich shop was spilling over into his yard.
Police got a call about a blond woman stumbling along Main Street, near the Warren line.
Police went to Libby Lane for a report of a man with something stuck in his ear. It was not his elbow.
A woman from Seymour Street asked police to disperse her ex-boyfriend.
An outboard motor was reported stolen from Shore Drive.
A barking dog complaint came in from Napoleon Street.
Sunday, Aug. 10
A woman complained that a man stole her phone in Newport, then took news pictures with it and sent them to many of her contacts.
A loud house party was called in on Union Street.
Police were called to Main street for a road rage incident that escalated. However, neither side wanted to press charges against the other.
Police got a call that two intoxicated men on Water Street were yelling obscenities at passers-by.
A stolen credit card call came in from Third Street.