Warren police logs: Three minors charged with using fake IDs

Posted 10/19/20

Monday, Oct. 12Danny J. Tager Jr., 35, of Attleboro, Ma., was charged with driving with a suspended, revoked or canceled license, first offense, after police pulled him over on Main Street just …

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Warren police logs: Three minors charged with using fake IDs

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Monday, Oct. 12
Danny J. Tager Jr., 35, of Attleboro, Ma., was charged with driving with a suspended, revoked or canceled license, first offense, after police pulled him over on Main Street just before 10 a.m.

Police logged a report of animal abuse on Cole Street.

A Hanley Farm Road resident reported continual harassment.

Police got a call about two men shouting on Ellis Avenue at 1:22 p.m. They checked it out and determined there was no problem.
Tuesday, Oct. 13

Fire crews extinguished an electrical fire in a Child Street home. Called in at 10:52 a.m., the fire was knocked down by 11:09 a.m.

A Mayo Drive woman complained that her adult son was yelling and throwing items.

An employee at a Metacom Avenue establishment confiscated a fake ID. as A result, Dylan Turcott, 20, of Bristol, was charged with unlawful drinking and misrepresentation of age by an underage person. Later, the same employee reported confiscating another fake ID.

Eleanor D. Hines, 21, of Barrington, was charged with driving with a suspended, revoked or canceled license, first offense, after police pulled her over on Water Street at 6:41 p.m.

A Main Street woman reported identity theft, after she received a letter in the mail informing her that she was due in a Massachusetts court on criminal charges. She contacted Massachusetts and confirmed that there were no pending charges or court dates against her.

Wednesday, Oct. 14
A woman called from Main Street at 4:47 a.m. to report that her intoxicated boyfriend was bothering her. She was brought to police headquarters.

Andrew Skwiot, 19, of West Hartford, Ct., was charged with unlawful drinking and misrepresentation of age by an underage person, in regards to the earlier seizure of a fake ID at a Metacom Avenue establishment.

A man turned in a wallet he'd found.

The animal control officer left a note at a Barney Street after receiving a complaint from a neighbor about the resident's barking dog.

A Metacom Avenue woman asked to speak to an officer about harassment her daughter had been receiving on social media.

A Mayo Drive woman complained of fraudulent activity in her name. She was referred to the state police.

Police stopped a car on Metacom Avenue after a fellow motorist reported it swerving as it crossed into Warren from Bristol. Police observed no violations and no ticket was written.

Thursday, Oct. 15
Jhonnathan Gonzalez Santana, 20, of Providence, was charged with driving without or on an expired license, first offense, after police pulled him over on Metacom Avenue at 12:09 a.m.

An anonymous caller reported smoky conditions on Kinnicutt Avenue, possibly from a wood burning stove.

A Waterview Lane resident returned home to find a strange car in the driveway. It quickly sped off when the homeowner approached.

A Jacobs Point resident complained that a neighbor's cat ripped the screen door.

A woman called police to report that her daughter was being harassed by an adult at a Child Street bus stop.

Kari A. Williamson, 40, of 98 Cutler St., was charged with driving with a suspended, revoked or cancelled license, first offense, after police pulled her over on Vernon Street just before 5 p.m.

A juvenile told police just before 5:30 p.m. that he had been assaulted, and that the aggressor may have had a razor blade. Police caught up with a suspect matching that description on Metacom Avenue, and seized a razor blade. He was taken to the station.

A Roseland Avenue resident complained about a neighbor having a loud telephone conversation.

A Roseland Avenue resident complained that a family member's car had been stolen. Police determined it was not stolen, but had been towed.

Friday, Oct. 16
An anonymous caller complained that people were out on Market Street just after 1 a.m., smoking, drinking and talking loudly. Police dispersed them.

Michael C. Bruno Jr., 20, of Clark, NJ, was charged with driving under the influence of liquor, BAC .15 or greater, first offense, after police pulled him over on Child Street at 1:41 a.m.

A caller reported that a man was looking into mailboxes at Long and Pine lanes.

Bruce D. Hutchinson, 56, of 1 Cedar Lane, was charged with simple assault and/or battery and disorderly conduct, after a caller reported that a man was unresponsive in his car on Cedar Lane.

An employee at a Metacom Avenue establishment reported seizing a fake ID. As a result, Zacharay Domian, 20, of Southington, Ct., was charged with unlawful drinking and misrepresentation of age by an underage person, first offense.

Saturday, Oct. 17
A car stopped on Child Street at 1:01 a.m. was occupied by a man who'd just pulled over to use a cell phone, police determined.

A Birchswamp Road resident reported a possibly sick raccoon.

Police were called to Main Street for a landlord/tenant dispute.

A caller reported a man tugging at a fence at the North Burial Ground.

A caller reported that a cat might have been stuck in a drain on Long Lane. Police couldn't find the animal.

Multiple callers reported loud music on Main Street just after 7 p.m.

A Main Street man told police that his ex-girlfriend had just arrived at his home and destroyed his belongings before leaving on foot. Police subsequently tracked her down and charged

Shannon L. Mederos, 38, of Providence, with second degree child abuse, domestic violence/simple assault and/or battery, second offense, domestic violence/vandalism, second offense, and domestic violence/disorderly conduct, first offense.

Sunday, Oct. 18
A caller from Detroit Avenue reported hearing gunshots. Police determined it was coming from the gun club on Long Lane.

A man brought in a set of keys found on Child Street.

A Mulberry Street woman reported spotting a coyote in her yard.

Warren Recreation Director Tara Thibaudeau reported that granite memorial benches on Market Street had been tipped over.

Police dispersed a group of juveniles who were reported trespassing on private property along Main Street.

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