Warren police logs: Woman drives car into water

Posted 6/1/20

Monday, May 25

A Fatima Drive resident complained about a barking dog.

A man called from Child Street to report getting into a dispute with his ex-girlfriend.

Residents on Cole Street were …

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Warren police logs: Woman drives car into water

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Monday, May 25

A Fatima Drive resident complained about a barking dog.

A man called from Child Street to report getting into a dispute with his ex-girlfriend.

Residents on Cole Street were told to extinguish a large fire in a fire pit.

A Child Street man who’d gotten into an argument with his son asked that police remove him.

A challenge from Avenue A. reported that there were two juveniles dressed all in black acting suspiciously.

Police twice dispersed a group of juveniles who were reportedly fighting at Child and Monast streets, first at 4:13 p.m. and then again at 4:30 p.m.

A Main Street woman asked that officers come out after having an argument with a man inside the house.

A caller told police that there was an air conditioner hanging precariously out of a window on Union Street. She was concerned it could fall out and hurt someone.

A caller complained about fireworks near Croade Street.

A caller complained about a speeder on Wood Street.

Police went out to capture a German Shepherd that had gotten loose on Canaria Drive. THey returned the dog to its owner.

Multiple fireworks complaints came in from Cutler Street just after 8:30 p.m.

An anonymous caller told police there was a confused woman on Market Street. Police spoke to her; she had just moved to Warren but had gotten lost. They took her back to her residence.

Fireworks complaints came in from Asselin, Market and Main streets.

Tuesday, May 26

A Davis Street resident complained about a neighbor banging on the walls.

A Market Street resident complained that a neighbor kept throwing trash into his driveway.

A caller told police that people were driving golf carts up and down Touisset Road. 

Wednesday, May 27

Rescue crews came out for a woman who’d driven her car into the water at the end of Maple Road but was able to get out. The call came in at 12:50 p.m.

A Market Street man complained of being harassed by tenants of a neighboring property.

A caller told police that there was a domesticated duck on a Canaria Drive property and it had been there for a few days. The homeowner said the animal would be watched out for overnight and would call the animal control officer if it was still there in the morning.

A caller reported a suspicious car parked behind a bank on Metacom Avenue. Police checked it out and it was owned by an employee.

A Long Lane woman asked for police assistance with her foster children, who she said were acting unruly.

Multiple callers reported a disturbance on Federal Street at 10:42 p.m. Turns out it was over a disputed parking space.

Thursday, May 28

An Arlington Avenue caller reported that a woman staying at her home was being disruptive and was keeping everyone up.

A Child Street man called police after he found his car keys in his front yard.

Keehln M. Edwards, 33, of Middletown, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, first offense, and refusal to submit to a chemical test, after police received multiple calls at about 1:48 p.m. regarding a car striking multiple parked cars along Water Street.

An employee at a Market Street establishment alerted police after a customer left his wallet behind.

A caller from Arlington Avenue told police that there was a man standing outside threatening him. Police learned the man was upset about how the caller was disciplining children.

A fireworks complaint came in from Beechwood Court.

Friday, May 29

DEM was called out to remove a large limb that had fallen across the East Bay Bike Path just south of the tunnel near Burr’s Hill.

A Highview Avenue woman complained about damage to her lawn. Police couldn’t find any damage.

The animal control officer brought an injured duck to the shelter, after it had earlier been reported on Canaria Drive.

A cat that had apparently been abandoned on Child Street was brought to the shelter.

Sonya Paiva, 48, of 12 Patience Lane, was charged with domestic violence/disorderly conduct, after a neighbor reported a disturbance at her home at 5:22 p.m.

Saturday, May 30

A Mayo Drive woman reported having a curfew issue with her son. Police advised her it was a civil matter.

A Union Street man complained at 3:58 a.m. about a loud house party behind his home. Police advised the partyers to quiet down.

A caller complained that several people were throwing fireworks at pedestrians on Miller Street. They were gone on arrival.

Rescue crews were called out to Warren Boulevard for a person with a ring stuck on a finger.

Police got a complaint about a large group of people outside a Main Street establishment. Police noted they were all waiting for take-out and everyone was adhering to social distancing guidelines.

Fireworks complaints came in from Main and Franklin streets.

A caller complained that dirt bikers were driving up and down Joseph Drive.

Sunday, May 31

A caller reported seeing a group of domesticated ducks in the park at the end of Wood Street. One of them was apparently a duck that flew away from the shelter earlier.

Someone dropped and abandoned a boat hull on Franklin Street. DEM reported the boat had not been registered for nine years.

Monday, June 1

Robert E. Rioux, 49, of 3 Fifth St., was arrested on a capias warrant from District Court.

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