Warren police logs: Car ends up in the bay


Monday, Dec. 16

Police got a call to disperse an unwanted man from a Cherry Street address.

Someone from Water Street called in to report Internet harassment.

Four kids were reportedly shooting replica Airsoft guns in the road and in yards along Ellis and William avenues.

A Market Street woman told police that someone stole her money. She didn’t want to file a repot, though.

Tuesday, Dec. 17

Someone complained about “loud surround sound” on Main Street. The call came in at 2:55 a.m.

The staff of a group home on Main Street told police that a juvenile fled the home after learning he would be transferred to the state training school later that day.

Fire crews were called out to Davis Street for a stove fire.

An Oak Street man reported the theft of cash and a pack of cigarettes from his home.

A Main Street man who couldn’t find his car called police. It was later found, safe and sound, where he left it.

Phillip David Barros, 45, of Taunton, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, first offense, and refusal to submit to a chemical test, after he drove his car into the water at the bottom of Stonegate Drive. Police found out about it at 6:56 p.m., after Mr. Barros went to a nearby resident’s house to ask for help with his car.

Christmas trees were reported stolen from Main Street.

Wednesday, Dec. 18

Police got a call about a pregnant woman standing in the parking lot of the Italian Club, without shoes and wrapped in a blanket. They took her home.

Michael C. Maynor, 38, of 30 Union St., second floor, was charged with domestic simple assault/battery and domestic disorderly conduct. Police picked him up on Metacom Avenue on a warrant.

Medication was reported stolen from a Frank Court home.

A caller complained that a neighbor working on his car was making too much noise.

Thursday, Dec. 19

A barking dog call came in from St. Teresa Drive.

Friday, Dec. 20

A Metacom Avenue man reported having a problem with his neighbor.

Two cars parked on Lyndon Street had their windows broken out.

Someone found a hypodermic needle on Water Street.

Police got a call from a person concerned that a man driving a truck hadn’t properly secured a load. Police talked to the driver but noted that the stuff was strapped down.

An identity theft call came in from Market Street.

Police got a call about a man who was wandering around and laying down on the sidewalk on Union Street. Police found the man, who was drunk, and called EMS after finding numerous cuts to his hands and face. HIs daughter arrived shortly thereafter.

A Davis Street woman told police that someone was trying to get into her apartment.

An aggressive driver was reported on Barton Avenue.

Police pulled over an erratic driver on Market Street just before 7 p.m. and charged William Deware, 60, of Bristol, with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, first offense, and refusal to submit to a chemical test.

Someone found a wallet at Main and Joyce streets.

Francisco Mello, 57, of Bristol, was charged with domestic disorderly conduct and domestic vandalism/malicious injury to property, after police were called to Market Street at 8:10 p.m. for a disturbance.

A Water Street man came in to headquarters to report being harassed.

Sunday, Dec. 22

Joshua M. Crawford, 25, of 55 Washington St., rear, faces a host of charges after police pulled him over on Miller Street at 12:31 a.m. Police charged him with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, first offense, refusal to submit to a chemical test, reckless driving, drag racing or eluding police, and possession of a weapon other than a firearm.

Police had a talk with a man who was yelling at traffic on Water Street. It was not Leo Kottke.

A loud music call came in from Child Street.



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