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Warren police: Man assaulted woman with knife

A Bristol man faces a felony assault charge for allegedly stabbing a Warren woman at least twice during a domestic disturbance last Thursday, Dec. 4. Paul A. Gonsalves, 26, of 45 Catherine St., Bristol, was charged just after 10 p.m. with assault with a deadly weapon and possession of a knife, after police were called

Colt Andrews students Abby Bratsos (left) and Kimberly Rebelo work on their bowls for the "Bowls for Hunger" project to benefit the East Bay Food Pantry.

Colt Andrews’ bowls help fund food pantry

More than 400 students and teachers spent time this fall creating bowls that not only serve food, but provide it. The Colt Andrews School students and teachers have been fashioning “Bowls for Hunger” out of clay this fall during a school wide project to benefit the East Bay Food Pantry. Funded by a grant from

Warren Police Sgt. Michael Marcello answers a call on his radio.

Man found dead at Warren transfer station

Police are not releasing information yet on the discovery of a deceased man Monday night at the Warren Transfer Station on Birchswamp Road. Warren Deputy Police Chief Joseph Loiselle confirmed that a man’s body was recovered but declined to talk specifics. He said Tuesday morning that he would release more on the matter later in

Rebecca Taunton in a series of mug shots taken during her first September arrest (left), her arrest five days later (center) and last Thursday, Dec. 4 (right).

Warren shoplifter sentenced to 45 days at ACI

A Warren woman charged multiple times on theft and other charges over the past year will spend Christmas behind bars, after being declared a violator Monday in District Court. Rebecca Taunton, 32, of 201 Main St., Apt. 2R, was arrested last Thursday, Dec. 4, for allegedly shoplifting from a Water Street shop in early November.


Warren contractor charged with forging checks

A Warren contractor faces felony charges in Bristol for allegedly cheating an employer out of $9,000. Scott Mullin, 33, of 539 Child St., a registered residential contractor in Rhode Island, was picked up by Warren police last Tuesday, Dec. 2, on Bristol charges that he altered nine checks from a Bristol man for whom he