Warren police logs: Late night parties, loud music galore
A Broad Street resident reported telephone harassment.
Police checked out a man using a metal detector near Burr's Hill just after noon.
A barking dog complaint came in from Benefit Street.
A Cottage Street resident reported fraudulent credit card charges.
A woman told police that someone left harassing messages on her voicemail.
Tuesday, May 14
A Child Street woman told police that her neighbor was harassing her.
A Summit Drive man received a harassing text message.
Someone complained that two kids were climbing in the window of a Main Street building. Police said the kids were actually climbing around the building.
A loose dog call came in from Highview Avenue.
A speeding complaint came in from Fern Drive.
Wednesday, May 15
Police got a call about loud noise coming from the second floor of a Market Street building.
Police noted spotting a tire on Metacom Avenue.
Metal was reported stolen from a Serpentine Road address.
Loose dogs were called in at Overhill Road and Terrace Avenue.
Someone damaged new sidewalks at the town beach.
Police recovered a stolen trailer on Arlington Avenue.
Robert R. Bancroft, 20, of 32 Third St., Apt. 209, was arrested on a bench warrant issued by Sixth Division District Court in Providence.
Two women were spotted arguing on Seymour Street.
A Main Street man told police that someone stole medication from his home.
A Davis Street resident reported loud yelling and screaming at a neighbor's home.
Thursday, May 16
Police were called after a Hugh Cole School student started knocking over chairs and yelling in the principal's office.
A Broad Street woman said a neighbor was walking a dog too close to her property line.
Police followed Christopher M. Spangler, 38, of 631 Metacom Ave., all the way from Warren to Broadcommon Road in Bristol, where they charged him with reckless driving/drag racing/eluding police, first offense.
Evan T. Sims, 27, of 201 Main St., Apt. 2, was arrested on a bench warrant issued by Sixth Division District Court in Providence.
A possible fake ID was used at a Main Street establishment.
Friday, May 17
Two people were spotted arguing on Franklin Street just before 1 a.m.
Bret Caizzi, 23, of 700 Metacom Ave., Apt. 325, was arrested on a bench warrant issued from Sixth Division District Court in Providence.
A motorist locked out of his car flagged down a police on Market Street just before 8 a.m. Police were able to open the door.
A Joyce Street caller told police that her neighbors might be smoking marijuana. No citations were issued.
Two erratic drivers were reported on Metacom Avenue.
Eduardo Machado, 41, of Bristol, was arrested on a Sixth Division District Court bench warrant after a car stop on Market Street.
Police were called to a landlord/tenant dispute on Hope Street.
Off-road vehicles were spotted operating on Taddy Avenue.
Saturday, May 18
Eric L. Ross, 30, of Bristol, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and refusal to submit to a chemical test, after police pulled him over on Main Street just after 1 a.m.
Follow along, if you can: Dispatch logs state that a woman came in to police headquarters "to speak with officer regarding a male inquiring about her ex-husband's ex-wife at her residence with caller's personal info. Female states she did not get an info about male."
A Child Street landlord asked that police check on the well-being of a tenant.
Police were called to Metacom Avenue for a child custody issue.
An open burn on Kickemuit Road drew a neighbor's complaint.
Kids were spotted lighting fires on Water Street.
A loud music call came in from Market Street.
Kids were spotted tampering with picnic tables on Market Street.
Someone complained about live music on Eddy Street just after 10 p.m. Another call came in 42 minutes later.
Sunday, May 19
Noisy folks were reported on Campbell Street.
A loud music call came in from West Street at 1:02 a.m.
A loud music call came in from Wood Street at 2:20 a.m.
Police charged Thomas R. Fontaine, 27, of Warwick, with domestic simple assault/battery after a woman went to the police station and reported an issue.
A bird in the bush beat one in the hand, when the animal control officer was called to Union Street for an injured bird. She determined that it wasn't injured and put it back in the bush from whence it came.
Someone reported that a young girl was sitting on the bike patch and refusing to move.
Monday, May 20
Someone complained that people were fishing on the bridge over the Warren River. Officers advised them to pack it up and fish off the bike path instead.