Warren police logs: Injured rodent, DUIs and more


Monday, Jan. 14

Police got a call about a neighborhood dispute, but didn't note where.

Someone reported a foul odor at a house on Barton Avenue. The matter was referred to the building inspector.

Police got a complaint that several drivers were revving their engines on Market Street.

A Cherry Street resident complained about a band playing too loudly at 9:42 p.m.

Tuesday, Jan. 15

A resident complained about the noise coming from machinery at Water and Bridge streets.

Parties were reportedly talking loudly on Joyce Street at 6:23 a.m.

A man told police that someone struck his car while it was parked on Company Street.

A Cole Street woman told police that another boy assaulted her son at the bus stop.

A Coomer Avenue woman called 911 to report that a man had entered her home. Police arrived and escorted the man off the premises.

A "suspicious" car driving around Haile Street just after 6:30 p.m. was being driven by a man who was looking for his lost dog.

Two men got into a fight in a store on Market Street.

A woman called from Wood Street to ask for police to keep the peace while she went into a residence to pick up a cell phone.

A Main Street woman called police at 10:26 p.m. to report that a man with a crowbar was attempting to break into a building.

Wednesday, Jan. 16

Cows were reported walking loose around Barton Avenue and Touisset Road. The owner secured all of them by 8:12 a.m., a little over half an hour after the call came in.

Barbara Dallaire, 67, of 20 Libby Lane, Apt. B29, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and refusal to submit to a chemical test, after an accident on Libby Lane at 10:53 a.m. Nobody was injured.

A Frank Court resident complained that men in a gray car were going door to door, asking if residents wanted their carpets cleaned.

A Child Street woman reported receiving harassing letters from a neighbor.

An iPod found on Village Road was turned in to police.

Derek J. Renaud, 30, of 186 Vernon St., was arrested on a warrant after a traffic stop on Arlington Avenue at 7:26 p.m. There were no open cases listed for Mr. Renaud on the state judiciary's criminal information database.

Thursday, Jan. 17

A man asked for police guidance regarding a disagreement with his brother.

Police dispersed a man from a Child Street home, at the owner's request.

Kevin Gregory Caton, 21, of 361 Child St., Apt. 1C, was arrested on a bench warrant issued by Sixth Division District Court in Providence.

Andrew E. Stanzione, 25, of 9 Thompson St., second floor, was charged with violating a no contact order.

Jonathan G. Sturm, 24, of Barrington, was charged with possession of marijuana, first offense, and driving while in possession of a controlled substance, after police pulled him over on Main Street at 7:13 p.m.

Friday, Jan. 18

A Main Street business owner reported receiving a check for which there were insufficient funds.

A caller from Frank Court reported seeing a suspicious car driving slowly through the neighborhood. It turned out to be a worker helping with the town's statistical revaluation.

A Main Street man complained that a collection agency was mistakenly calling him and harassing him over unpaid bills. The agency was in error, though, he reported, and looking for another man with the same name.

Jared A. Ose, 39, of Providence, was arrested on a bench warrant issued from Sixth Division District Court in Providence, after police pulled him over on Main Street at 4:31 p.m.

Police were asked to check on the well-being of a person behind the wheel of a car on Water Street. As a result, they charged Stacey DeLaura, 47, of Bristol, with driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, second offense, and refusal to submit to a chemical test.

Police got a complaint that a man on Child Street was asking passers-by for gas money.

A Water Street resident complained that someone parked a car in front of his driveway.

Larceny was reported on Metacom Avenue; there was no further information in the logs.

Michael Sineiro, 40, of 5 Homestead Ave., was charged multiple times after police were called to his home at 11:30 p.m. for a domestic dispute. He faces two counts of domestic simple assault/battery and one count each of domestic vandalism/malicious injury to property and domestic disorderly conduct.

Saturday, Jan. 19

A caller from Child Street complained at 2:!8 a.m. that his girlfriend's son was out of control. Police arrived and determined that the man was upset about another man. Though they left without charging anyone, they were called back at 2:50 a.m. and at that point charged Philip W. Lotti, 18, of 179 Child St., Apt. 1, with domestic disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

A Market Street man complained that members of the soccer club next door knocked down his fence. Police spoke with both sides and an agreement was made to fix the fence.

A purse was stolen from a car parked on Main Street.

Police got a call that a person was trespassing on a field owned by the BCWA at Schoolhouse and Poverty Corner roads.

Sunday, Jan. 20

Swansea police reported at 12:55 a.m. that a car  was pulled over on Long Lane and Barton Avenue, and that the operator was vomiting.

Items were reported stolen from a car parked on Child Street.

A Kickemuit Road man asked that police remove a woman from his home.

An erratic driver was reported on Metacom Avenue.

Monday, Jan. 21

A swan spotted in the middle of Market Street was released by the animal control officer at Jamiel's Park.

A Canario Drive man asked that police remove his sister from her home.

A Broad Street woman reported that someone damaged spotlights in her carport.

Police got a call about a possible sick rodent on Market Street.

Women were reported fighting in the middle of Market Street at 2 p.m.


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