Warren police logs: Arrest following 'stolen' car disturbance

Posted 10/8/19

Monday, Sept. 30

Change was reported stolen from a car that had been broken into overnight on Middle Street.

A Barney Street caller reported being harassed by a neighbor.

Police were called …

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Warren police logs: Arrest following 'stolen' car disturbance

Posted

Monday, Sept. 30

Change was reported stolen from a car that had been broken into overnight on Middle Street.

A Barney Street caller reported being harassed by a neighbor.

Police were called to Child Street for a fight.

A caller from Nobert Street reported that there was a man run-in and screaming in the woods. He noted that the man was “suspicious.”

A Water Street woman reported that a message she’d just received from her boyfriend violated a no contact order.

Police looked for but could not locate a man reportedly looking into cars along Vernon Street just after 10 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 1

An Arlington Avenue man told police that someone had listed his apartment for rent without permission.

Police told several juveniles videotaping themselves on Child Street to stay out of the road, where they had been posing.

A Warren Avenue woman called to report that she was threatened by her grandson after refusing to allow him to drive her car. Later, the grandson called back to report being struck by the grandmother.

A Schoolhouse Road woman reported receiving harassing phone calls.

Wednesday, Oct. 2

A Main Street woman told police she suspected another tenant in the same building took her pocketbook. She called back a few minutes later to report that the pocketbook had just been anonymously left at her front door.

A loose goat wandering around Birchswamp Road was gone by the time police arrived a few minutes after the call.

A Davis Street resident complained about a loud neighbor.

Thursday, Oct. 3

Michael J. Dossantos, 22, of Providence, was charged with felony receiving stolen goods after police were called to Water Street at 9 a.m. for a disturbance. Police said that they received information tht Mr. Dossantos had allegedly stolen his roommate's car in Providence, then drove to Bristol to meet his girlfriend.  After Mr. Dossantos learned that the girlfriend was texting the owner of the car, he left. Police stopped the vehicle in the area of Water and Miller streets, where the owner of the car confronted Mr. Dossantos.  When police arrived he was placed under arrest and charged with Receiving Stolen Goods to wit: the vehicle. Subsequently the suspect was processed and transported to ACI.

A Paul Court man reported the theft of a small amount of cash from his car, overnight.

A Croade Street woman reported vandalism to her car.

Friday, Oct. 4

A Wilbur Avenue woman told police that her husband’s car was rummaged through overnight, but nothing appeared missing.

A clerk at a Main Street liquor store told police that two women who appeared to be underage stole a bottle of alcohol a few minutes earlier.

Saturday, Oct. 5

Police looked for but could not locate a possible drunk driver reported on Main Street at 11:07 a.m.

A package was reported stolen from a Joyce Street residence.

A caller complained about a group of kids rummaging through yards on Seymour Street. Turns out they were playing manhunt.

Sunday, Oct. 6

A Cole Street man found two bank cards on his property and handed them in.

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