Warren police logs: Man charged with heroin possession


Monday, April 1

An Old Market Street man complained that someone covered his car with toilet paper and aluminum foil.

Someone called police after spotting kids in a canoe on the Warren reservoir.

Credit fraud was reported on Metacom Avenue.

An officer noted that a car driving on Market Street was dragging its muffler.

Tuesday, April 2

Someone struck a car and fence on Child Street overnight, the owner reported.

A Water Street resident called police at precisely 7 a.m. to report that his child refused to go to school. Police arrived a few minutes later and by 7:08 a.m., the child was on the way to school.

A loose dog call came in from Market Street.

Equipment was reported stolen from Warren River Boatworks.

A man sleeping in his car on Seaview Avenue woke up to the sight of police knocking on his window. He left a few minutes later.

Someone complained about open burning on Cutler Street, but ere mistaken. The burning was coming from a wood stove inside a business.

Police were called back to Water Street for a disobedient juvenile, but there is no word on whether it was the same one from the morning.

Someone complained that a driver was speeding on Touisset Road.

Police were asked to disperse four juveniles at the Laurel Park beach, but they were gone by the time police arrived.

Roommates on Connolly Avenue got into a fight, and the police were called out.

Police got a report that people were driving around Metacom and Kickemuit, smoking marijuana.

Wednesday, April 3

A car was reported stolen from Central Avenue.

A Ridgewood Court resident complained that someone took money out of his parked car. A neighbor complained that his car was rummaged through, but nothing was taken.

A street sign on Oak Street disappeared.

A second floor tenant at a Warren Avenue apartment complained of harassment by the third floor tenant.

Joshua P. Santos, 22, of 7 Wood St., second floor, was charged with domestic disorderly conduct and domestic vandalism/malicious injury to property, after his mom called police to report him out of control.

Police arrested a man after getting a call about narcotics activity on Wood Street. George Gomes, 53, of Seekonk, was charged with possession of heroin.

Thursday, April 4

A Franklin Street woman complained to police that her grandson was banging on her door.

A suspicious person seen walking on Ridgeway just after 1 a.m. was just on his way home from work.

A Connolly Avenue resident complained that a roommate was removing firewood without permission.

A loose dog call came in from Vernon Street.

An employee at Blue Suede reported a possible shoplifter.

A bike was reported stolen from a King Street garage.

Someone stole a ladder from a Water Street yard.

Someone stole a three-basin sink from a Monast Street home. They left behind everything but the kitchen sink, apparently.

Friday, April 5

An iPod was reported stolen from the East Bay Career Academy.

A Lee Drive resident reported identity theft.

Woonsocket police picked up Michael C. Mello, 37, of 146 Main St., second floor, on a warrant for violation of a no contact order.

Police dispersed several folks who were driving all terrain vehicles on BCWA land near Poverty Corner Road.

Police were called out to Child Street for a couple who had an argument in a driveway.

A Vernon Street woman reported receiving harassing text messages.

Saturday, April 6

A black Saab was reported stolen from Wood Street.

Police were called out to William Avenue for a civil dispute.

A caller reported a possible drug deal going down in a car parked on Wood Street, near the bike path.

Someone complained that neighbors on Brady Street were yelling at his children.

Myles R. Weeks, 26, of 56 Schoolhouse Road, was charged with reckless driving/drag racing/eluding police, first offense, after police pulled him over on Schoolhouse Road at 4:31 p.m.

Police reported spotting a tractor trailer truck with a cardboard license plate.

Someone found a syringe on Bridge Street.

Sunday, April 7

A Wood Street resident complained about loud music, and the person in question promised to turn down the TV.

A loud music call came in from Cutler Street at 1:29 a.m.

Police got a call about a sick raccoon at Jacobs Point.



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