Warren police logs: Resident spots large lizard in the road

Posted 9/22/20

Monday, Sept. 14

A caller complained that a man had been sleeping on a blanket at Burr's Hill Park. Police checked it out: "Male having a day at the park."

Police looked for but could not …

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Warren police logs: Resident spots large lizard in the road

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Monday, Sept. 14

A caller complained that a man had been sleeping on a blanket at Burr's Hill Park. Police checked it out: "Male having a day at the park."

Police looked for but could not locate an ATV reported operating at excessive speeds around Kinnicutt Avenue.

Police dispersed a group of kids after getting a report that they were climbing the walls of a building on Main Street.

An anonymous caller reported an open refuse fire on Union Street.

A Good Samaritan turned in a found wallet, and police were able to reunite it with its owner.

Tuesday, Sept. 15

A caller complained that a crossing guard at Child Street and Hugh Cole Road was not directing traffic properly and might cause an accident.

John R. Gallant Jr., 29, of Bristol, was charged with driving with a suspended, revoked or cancelled license, first offense, after police pulled him over on Metacom Avenue at 11:55 p.m.

Wednesday, Sept. 16

A Cole Street woman reported the theft of her daughter's mountain bike.

A caller reported an establishment on Metacom Avenue not enforcing the state's mask mandate. The owner was advised of the complaint.

A caller told police that several men were involved in narcotics activity on Main Street.

Police dispersed a man who was reported sitting near a Main Street bus stop for an extended period of time.

A caller told police that his juvenile son had items that don't belong to him, and refused to hand them over.

Police filed a report after receiving a runaway juvenile notice.

A Water Street woman complained that a neighbor's open burn was dangerous given the windy conditions. Police said the fire was small, controlled and in a pit. The resident said he was monitoring the fire and had a hose handy.

An Arlington Avenue man reported that a neighbor was harassing him and his wife.

Thursday, Sept. 17

Police left a note for the DPW after officers noticed a street sign missing on Mulberry.

Police alerted officers in Barrington and East Providence that a driver heading north on Water Street failed to stop for a Warren officer at 2:45 a.m., and that the officer was crossing the town line in pursuit. The chase continued as the car headed north onto the Wampanoag Trail. During the pursuit the Warren officer's cruiser struck a deer but continued the pursuit before losing sight of the driver, who by then had turned around, turned onto New Meadow Road and then onto Sowams Road. At 2:56 a.m. the officer reported that he had lost sight of the car, and stopped the pursuit.

Nicole M. Barlow, 32, of 15 Sisson St., Apt. 1, was charged with driving with a suspended, revoked or cancelled license, third or subsequent offense, after police pulled her over on Metacom Avenue just before 9 a.m.
Vandals hit the hockey rink at Jamiel Park with chalk.

An Arlington Avenue woman reported damage to her windows and porch. An officer looked but found no damage.

A passer-by asked that police check on the well-being of a shirtless man sitting on the side of the road near Main Street. Police looked for but could not find the man.

A caller from a Market Street store reported that a customer left without paying for a mask. Twenty minutes later, the caller told police it had been a misunderstanding, and that the customer had returned and paid for it.

A Detroit Avenue man told police that his young daughter was approached by a person in a vehicle on her way home from school. He captured the incident on his security camera, he said.

Bristol police alerted Warren that there was an erratic driver with a juvenile hanging out the back window headed north on Metacom. Police pulled the Jeep Cherokee over soon after.

A Market Street woman reported having problems with her landlord.

A Kelly Street woman reported being harassed by census workers. She said she'd already completed her census forms and was starting to get scared after receiving calls and texts from them. Police advised her to call them if the calls continued.

A caller told police that an elderly woman had been left in a Market Street restaurant by a man who had not yet returned. Officers reported that the woman had contacted a friend to come and pick her up.

Police dispersed a disgruntled customer who refused to leave an establishment on Main Street.

A Main Street woman told police that a possibly intoxicated man approached her on her porch before walking off. Police looked for him and reported that he'd gotten on a bus out of town.

Friday, Sept. 18

Tyler A. Bagley, 28, of Pawtucket, was charged with driving under the influence of liquor, refusal to submit to a chemical test and driving without or on an expired license, after police pulled him over on Metacom Avenue at 12:42 a.m.

A Hope Street caller complained that a neighbor was destroying his mail.

A caller from Gregg Drive reported a sick raccoon in her yard. Officers euthanized the animal.

Fire crews knocked down a garage fire on Coomer Avenue, reporting the fire was under control at 8:01 p.m., six minutes after the first call came in.

A 911 operator received a text from a Metacom Avenue woman who said she was hearing suspicious noises and believed her ex-boyfriend had broken into the building and might be under a loading dock. Police found the building secure.

Narcan was administered to a suspected opioid overdose victim on Metacom Avenue just after 9 p.m.

Police told a group of people on Detroit Avenue to quiet down after a neighbor complained at 10:22 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 19

A caller reported an unruly passenger on a RIPTA bus. The passenger was taken to headquarters to wait for the next bus.

Rickie Lee Da Silveira, 42, of 36 Federal St., first floor, was charged with driving under the influence of liquor and refusal to submit to a chemical test, following a traffic stop on Metacom Avenue at 4:23 a.m.

A caller found two bicycles, one on Child Street and one near the Kickemuit Middle School crosswalk. Officers retrieved them.

A Davis Street woman told police that a man describing himself as a detective approached her young son. The man did not otherwise identify himself, she said.

A caller reported spotting a large lizard on Campbell Street just before 12:30 p.m. An officer found no sssssign of it.

Police dispersed a group of teens who had been reported smoking on a Main Street playground.

Police dispersed an unwanted man after getting a call from a Market Street resident.

A passer-by complained about a large gathering on Barker Avenue. It turned out to be a child's birthday party, and an officer noted that all were adhering to social distancing guidelines and wearing masks.

Ryan Vazquez, 35, of 140 Market St., was charged with domestic violence/disorderly conduct and domestic violence/vandalism, after a caller told them at 5:24 p.m. that an unwanted man was punching a wall at a Market Street address.

Police were called to a fight between two juveniles on Child Street. Police took one to headquarters.

A Waterview Lane man agreed to extinguish a small open fire after a neighbor complained.

Sunday, Sept. 20

Crews extinguished a small mulch fire called in on Homestead Avenue at 9:21 a.m.

An Overhill Road woman spotted a sick fox in her yard and called the police. It left prior to officers' arrival.

A caller from Child Street reported that several cars had broken windows.

A reported disturbance on Vernon Street turned out to be a parent disciplining a child.

Monday, Sept. 21

Justin T. Mendoza, 30, of Swansea, was charged with driving under the influence of liquor and refusal to submit to a chemical test, after police pulled him over at Child Street and Detroit Avenue at 12:59 a.m.

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