Warren police logs: Car strikes deer on Main Street


Monday, Dec. 2

An Asselin Street woman told police that someone stole her medication.

Police went out to a child custody dispute on Child Street.

Justin G. Silvia, 26, of 42 Croade St., was arrested on a bench warrant from Sixth Division District Court, and also charged with possession of drugs, after police picked him up on the court warrant on Child Street.

Police spoke to a Child Street resident who had left a refrigerator for trash at curbside. He’d left the doors on, and police told him to remove them.

A few dogs got loose on Schoolhous Road around 7 p.m.

Wednesday, Dec. 4

Police and rescue crews were called out to a Bay Road home for a man who was drunk and didn’t feel well.

A fireworks complaint came in from Almy Avenue.

Thursday, Dec. 5

Police checked out an argument on Main Street just after 6 a.m.

A Water Street resident reported the theft of a TV.

A Seymour Street woman reported Internet harassment.

Police went down to Libby Lane after getting a call about at least one suspicious person taking photos of a boat. The man told them the owner had given him permission.

The ‘Stop’ sign at Campbell and Water streets turned up missing.

A loud music call came from Croade Street.

Friday, Dec. 6

A Broad Street resident complained about a car parked where it shouldn’t be; police said there was no problem with the way the car was parked.

Shoplifting was reported at a Main Street store.

Someone complained about folks on Hope Street making too much noise while hanging out on a porch.

Police got a report that people at Water and Davis streets were using foul language.

Another call came in from Hope, this time about “subjects being loud and possibly drinking.” The call came in at 8:11 p.m.

Staying on Hope Street, police were called there at 8:33 p.m. for a reported domestic disturbance and arrested Robert A. Lombardi, 32 of 12 Hope St., on charges of domestic simple assault and domestic disorderly conduct.

A Broad Street woman reported that her neighbor was walking around in the middle of the road.

A Main Street woman called police after noticing her jewelry box missing.

Saturday, Dec. 7

A Jacobs Point resident called police after receiving a harassing text message.

A day after making a similar call, a Broad Street resident again complained about a car parked where it shouldn’t be; police said there was no problem with the way the car was parked.

Sunday, Dec. 8

Police checked on the well-being of an intoxicated man on Main Street.

Police were called out to a child custody issue on West Street.

A Frank Court resident reported smelling a strong, foul odor.

A loud music call came in from Market Street.

Police were asked to disperse a drunken man who was not wanted at a Water Street address.

A car struck a deer at Main Street and Jacobs Point Road. No word on the status of the deer; the collision occurred around 11:15 p.m.




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