Warren police logs: Man charged in check theft, cashing case

Posted 9/15/20

Monday, Sept. 7

A caller reported seeing a mobile home dumping sewage as it was being towed down the road. Police had the unenviable job of checking: An officer said it appeared to be soapy water, …

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Warren police logs: Man charged in check theft, cashing case

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Monday, Sept. 7

A caller reported seeing a mobile home dumping sewage as it was being towed down the road. Police had the unenviable job of checking: An officer said it appeared to be soapy water, not sewage.

A Child Street resident complained that an acquaintance would not return his keys.
An anonymous caller from Child Street complained about a neighbor's loud music. Police weren't able to speak to the offending party; however officers noted that the music was lowered.

Tuesday, Sept. 8

Oscar Oterogerena, 22, of Providence, was charged with driving with a suspended, revoked or cancelled license, first offense, after police pulled him over on Metacom Avenue just after 6:30 a.m.

Police helped the driver of a tractor trailer truck make a tight turn on Luther Street, after he called and asked for help.

A Sowamsett Avenue man was taken to the hospital after he requested transport for alcohol intoxication/detox.

A raccoon found itself trapped on a boat at Blount Marine. The animal control officer located and removed the stowaway.

Police stopped the driver of a delivery truck after it knocked over a stop sign at Bay View Avenue and Touisset Road.

A Detroit Avenue woman asked for police assistance with her dogs, which she said were fighting in her home.

Police dispersed a woman after her friend called to say she was "irate" and needed help. The call came in from Child Street just after 5 p.m.

Baldwin L. Cruz, 61, of Fall River, was charged with driving without or on an expired license, first offense, after police pulled him over on Child Street at 6:16 p.m.

A Market Street woman reported the theft of a package from her front porch.

Police were flagged down by a person reporting an erratic driver on Metacom Avenue. Police pulled over the car in question; they noted it had an issue with its power steering.

A caller reported a driver operating on the wrong side of Metacom Avenue.

An anonymous caller from Water Street reported an unattended fire pit.

Wednesday, Sept. 9

Stephen J. Carter, 37, of 14 Kelly St., was charged with possession of a controlled substance, and on three Rhode Island Superior Court warrants, after police pulled him over on Market Street at 12:46 a.m.

Police were called to the AT&T Wireless store on Metacom Avenue for a verbal argument between a customer and employee over face mask requirements.

A resident of the East Bay Apartments on Metacom Avenue told police that packages had been stolen.

A caller from Vernon Street reported that a census worker was banging aggressively on the door and shouting.

A caller driving on Main Street said that an unknown driver behind him was tailgating and videotaping him.

A Beach Street man complained that his ex put his couch outside, and it was now damaged. Police advised the man to dispose of the couch, which appeared to have been damaged previous to it going outside.

Richard Nowell, 60, of New Bedford, was charged with driving with a suspended, revoked or cancelled license, after police pulled him over on Child Street at 10:14 p.m.

Thursday, Sept. 10

A woman from Third Street reported getting into an argument with a friend.

Luis C. Silva, 33, of 174 Market St., Apt. 1F, was charged with passing of counterfeit certificates, bills or notes, after police pulled him over on Market Street just before 6 a.m. Police said the charge stemmed from the alleged theft of a check outside of Warren, and the subsequent cashing of that check in Warren.

A Beth Avenue woman reported that a fraudulent unemployment claim was filed under her name.

A Pine Lane resident went to the station to report a computer fraud/scam.

Police assisted a Reservoir Avenue woman after she called 911 to report that her dog was dying. Police confirmed the dog had passed away.

Police transported a man to the hospital after a caller reported that he was walking around Market Street, near Benefit, and asking passers-by for narcotics.

A Milwaukee Avenue man reported being harassed by a woman. Police advised him on how to obtain a restraining order.

A caller told police that an elderly woman spit in his face.

A car struck a deer on Long Lane shortly after 11 p.m. No word on the condition of the deer.

Friday, Sept. 11

Lyndsay J. D'Errico, 31, of Cranston, was charged with driving under the influence of liquor, first offense, driving without or on an expired license, and refusal to submit to a chemical test, after police pulled her over at Main and State streets at 3:24 a.m.

A Reservoir Avenue woman asked police to remove her intoxicated son. Police noted that the man was taken to the hospital by rescue.
Police looked for but could not locate a car reported to be swerving and speeding on Main Street just before 4 p.m.

Police got a report of dirt-bikers driving on Buffalo Avenue. They could not locate them.
A Joyce Street man told police that someone had broken into his car the night before.

A Seymour Street resident reported that two women went onto her property and tried to remove a Donald Trump sign. Police caught up with one of them, a juvenile, who said she did not agree with the sign.

A caller complained about loud music on Haile Street just before 8:30 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 12

Kyle Setzer, 19, of Derry, NH, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, first offense, after police pulled him over on Market Street at 6:44 a.m.

A Warren Avenue resident complained about being harassed by a neighbor.

A Shore Drive resident reported possible animal abuse.

Multiple callers complained about fireworks on Liberty Street.

Sunday, Sept. 13

A Main Street woman told police that her bike may have been stolen. She told them she was not sure where it was last, and could not give a description of it.

The animal control officer advised a Nobert Street resident of a complaint police had received regarding a dog barking for an extended period of time.

A Metacom Avenue resident reported being harassed via Social Media.

A woman told police that someone stole her cell phone while she was at work at a Metacom Avenue store.

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