Warren police logs: Officers sweep Metacom


Monday, May 27

The window of a car parked on Main Street was smashed.

A woman earlier reported missing from her Main Street home returned, safe and sound, just before 11 a.m.

A Broad Street woman told police that a man kept walking by her house.

Someone called police to report spotting a broom in the middle of Metacom Avenue. Police did a sweep of the area and removed the broom.

A bank card was reported stolen from Third Street.

Police removed an unwanted man from a Water Street address.

An Orchard Avenue resident complained about construction noise at 7:03 p.m. and asked police that work be stopped. Police informed her that workers building a garage weren't violating the town's ordinances.

A Mason Street resident complained about kids racing mopeds up and down the street.

Loud music was reported on Main Street.

Tuesday, May 28

Christopher C. Ives, 24, of Providence, was arrested on a Sixth Division District Court bench warrant after police pulled him over on Main Street at 12:51 a.m.

A Child Street woman told police that her ex-husband was making harassing phone calls and sending e-mails to her work.

A Birchswamp Road woman reported the past theft of money.

Police got a call about a disturbance in a red pickup truck driving south on Main Street. Police caught up with the truck and determined there was an argument between the driver and his disobedient daughter, a juvenile.

A woman told police that her son was being threatened on Facebook.

A Child Street woman told police that her ex-husband slapped her in the face.

A Broad Street resident called police to complain that a woman was out walking her dog for the third time that evening.

A man reported being harassed by another on Reservoir Avenue.

Wednesday, May 29

The animal control officer seized a Park Street dog for safe keeping after receiving a complaint about the animal, which was barking incessantly.

A driver reported that another driver spotted swerving on Market Street may have been typing on a computer while at the wheel.

The same Broad Street woman who the previous night complained about a woman walking her dog called police again at 11:25 a.m. after the woman, and dog, walked by again.

A man reported his wallet stolen from a Greene Street home.

A man was reportedly swearing at passers-by on Market Street.

An Arlington Avenue man reported that his elderly father was being harassed.

Bruno Monteiro, 28, of 397 Child St., first floor, was arrested on a bench warrant issued from Sixth Division District Cort in Providence, after police were called to Metacom Avenue for a domestic argument between boyfriend and girlfriend.

A man out for a walk on Market Street reported being harassed.

A clerk at Patriot Liquors reported a possible fake ID.

A Market Street man told police that his son assaulted him, took his phone and left the house just before 10 p.m.

Thursday, May 30

Police picked up John J. Soto, 31, of 109 Market St., on a warrant for domestic simple assault/battery and domestic disorderly conduct.

A Davis Street man complained that his landlord entered his apartment without his permission and changed the locks.

Police dispersed an unwanted man from a Croade Street home.

A loose, aggressive rottweiler was spotted on Cutler Street.

A Martin Street resident reported a disobedient child.

Friday, May 31

Police were called to Asylum road for a dead rabbit.

A car was reported vandalized on Market Street.

A pat breaking and entering was reported on Harris Avenue.

A caller reported seeing kids at the Warren Town Beach just before midnight.

Saturday, June 1

A caller came across a man passed out on the sidewalk on Metacom Avenue at about 12:47 a.m.

Danny Brandao, 37, of Rumford, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, first offense, and refusal to submit to a chemical test, after police pulled him over on Main Street at 1:13 a.m.

A driver on Main Street reported being cut off by a Jeep; the Jeep's driver may have been drunk, the caller reported.

A caller asked police to check on the well-being of a friend after he sent him a disturbing text message.

Shouting was reported on Market Street just after 3:31 p.m.

Fire crews put out a small mulch fire on Market Street.

A Company Street resident reported being harassed by a neighbor.

A fireworks complaint came in from Wood Street at 11 p.m. A half hour later, a Market Street resident lodged a similar complaint.

Sunday, June 2

A loose chihuahua was reported on Homestead Avenue. A man caught the animal 27 minutes after the initial call and brought it to the animal shelter.

A man who'd left his bike outside a Main Street church while at services came out to find it gone.

Christian J. Minior, 31, of 10 Haile St., was arrested on warrants for domestic disorderly conduct and violating a no contact order.

Fire crews sent the rescue boat to help in Warwick, after two people were reported overboard there.

Police got a call from Market Street about kids on scooters jumping curbs and knocking over trash barrels.

Monday, June 3

Reports that came in at 12:24 a.m. seemed alarming: The caller heard yelling and screaming coming from a Market Street residence. Police checked it out and found that the screaming was from folks testing out a giant inflatable "bouncy house" they'd rented. Police told them to go inside for the night. While the log didn't specify, most likely they meant the wooden permanent one, not the inflatable.


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