Warren police logs: False alarm after shell casing reported found at KMS

Posted 11/19/19

Monday, Nov. 11

A caller asked police to check on his sister. He told them he was on the phone with her when her husband took away the phone.

A caller complained about a loose dog rummaging …

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Warren police logs: False alarm after shell casing reported found at KMS

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Monday, Nov. 11

A caller asked police to check on his sister. He told them he was on the phone with her when her husband took away the phone.

A caller complained about a loose dog rummaging through trash along Main Street.

A Touisset Road man called police and asked for help for his son, who has a history of drug addiction. Police went to respond but by then, the son had left the home on foot. They searched the area and found him near Rockland Street. He was taken to the hospital.

Robert A. Bennett, 42, of Cocoa Beach, Fla., was charged with domestic vandalism/malicious injury to property and domestic disorderly conduct, after a man called to report that his son-in-law, against whom he had a restraining order, might have damaged his vehicle.

Tuesday, Nov. 12

Police received a call about possible animal abuse on Main Street. Police said only that the incident is under investigation.

Amanda L. Tavares, 35, of 22 Pennsylvania Ave., was charged with driving after the denial, suspension or revocation of her license, second offense, after police pulled her over at Child and Central streets at 3:42 p.m.

Cory Adam St. Ours, 31, of 58 Child St., was picked up on a warrant out of Bristol.

A local man reported finding a chocolate lab. The animal control officer was able to locate the owner and the dog was returned.

Wednesday, Nov. 13

A caller from Washington Street reported her two new trash/recycling bins stolen. Soon after she reported that the neighbors may have taken them by mistake.

A caller from Asylum Road told police he came home to find his furniture disturbed and a credit card missing.

A caller told police taht while she was driving on Main Street, another driver threw something, possibly a bottle, at her.

George A. Silvia, 57, of 42 Croade St., turned himself in on a warrant for domestic simple assault/battery and domestic disorderly conduct.

Thursday, Nov. 14

A caller found what appeared to be a 9mm shell casing in a Kickemuit Middle School bathroom. It turned out to be a brass pencil eraser holder.

A package was reported stolen from a Market Street porch.

A car collided with a deer on Birchswamp Road. Police noted no injuries — no word on the condition of the deer.

Sean G. Hicks, 56, of 394 Metacom Ave., Apt. 4, was charged with domestic simple assault/battery and domestic disorderly conduct, after police were called to Metacom Avenue for a drunken man causing a disturbance.

A caller reported that a white car was swerving in traffic just after 8 p.m. Police caught up with the driver on Kinnicutt Avenue; it was an elderly gentleman not acquainted with driving at night.

Police were called to Palmer Avenue for a report of a man who had overdosed on opiates and was struggling to breathe. Police administered Narcan, an anti-opioid, and transported him to Rhode Island Hospital. The patient lived.

Friday, Nov. 15

A Redmond Street resident reported being harassed by an ex-spouse.

Joseph Rego, 45, of 18 Barden Lane, was charged with felony domestic assault and domestic disorderly conduct, after police received word at 9:57 p.m. that a man was throwing objects. A woman in the home sustained a neck laceration, but refused transport to the hospital.

Saturday, Nov. 16

A Mayo Drive woman reported verbal assault.

An Arlington Avenue man reported receiving harassing phone calls from a woman.

An employee of a junk cleanup service called police after finding drug paraphernalia while cleaning out an apartment on Martin Street.

A caller asked for a rescue squad to tend to a drunken woman on Main Street just before 2 p.m.

A Colin Circle resident reported a suspicious truck in the neighborhood.

A Benefit Street woman complained to police that someone spray-painted her car.

James P. Spader, 52, of 6 Connolly Ave., was charged with driving after the denial, suspension or revocation of his license, second offense, and on a Rhode Island Superior Court warrant, after police pulled him over on Market Street at 9:44 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 17

Kelly Silva, 52, of New Bedford, Ma., was charged with driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, first offense, and refusal to submit to a chemical test, after police pulled her over at Child Street and Fern Drive at 12:42 a.m.

An Asylum Road woman complained that her granddaughter had damaged her car.

A caller complained about goats goating around Main Street just before 9 a.m.

A Child Street woman reported getting into an argument with a roommate.

A Metacom Avenue woman told police that her daughter had been receiving harassing text messages.

It took fire crews about 27 minutes from the time they received the call to extinguish a fire that reportedly started a light fixture within an Aubin Avenue home. The call came in at 11:01 p.m.

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