Westport Police: Woman charged with DUI (second offense), assaulting an officer

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Friday, March 1 After going to a State Road address at 5 p.m. for a keep the peace call, police arrested James J. Longton, 32, of Fall River, on a warrant. A car stop on American Legion Highway at 8:37 p.m. led to the arrest of a Westport woman on multiple charges. Denise D. Hebert, 39, was charged with drunk driving (second offense), assaulting a police officer, intimidating a witness and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. Saturday, March 2 Vandalism was reported on Drift Road at 11:39 a.m. and at two locations on Main Road (300 block) a short while later. Sunday, March 3 A 9:07 a.m. domestic disturbance call on American Legion Highway led to a domestic assault charge against Daniel J. Wagner, 37, of 39 Bower Ave., Westport. A break-in was reported on Drift Road at 2:28 p.m. Monday, March 4 Bradley S. Rebello, 52, of 40 Maple St., Westport, was charged with domestic assault after police were called to that address for a domestic disturbance at 7:44 p.m. After being called to Jillian Way for a medical emergency at 2:16 a.m., police charged Edward A. Syron Jr., 49, of 64 Jillian Way, Westport, with domestic assault. Tuesday, March 5 At 4:50 p.m., police arrested Michael S. Cote, 53, of 17 Mourning Dove Drive, Westport, on a warrant. Wedneday, March 6 Bettylou Devido, 49, of Fall River, was arrested after a motor vehicle stop at 9:49 a.m.

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