Warren police logs: Woman revived with Narcan

Posted 4/19/21

Monday, April 12

A Wood Street woman reported being the victim of a potential scam.

Sheree L. Andrews, 32, of Cranston, turned herself in on three charges under the domestic violence statute: …

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Warren police logs: Woman revived with Narcan

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Monday, April 12

A Wood Street woman reported being the victim of a potential scam.

Sheree L. Andrews, 32, of Cranston, turned herself in on three charges under the domestic violence statute: simple assault and/or battery, disorderly conduct and vandalism.

A report of cyber-harassment came in from Child Street.

A Child Street man registered as a sex offender.

An anonymous caller reported finding a red bicycle in a ditch along Brown Street.

Police got a call about a suspicious man with a stick and backpack on Child Street. Police said there was no issue; he was training for a long hike.

A Beach Street man complained about the incessant blaring of his neighbor's alarm system.

Eric M. Warner, 49, of Joyce Street, no exact address given, was charged with violation of a no contact order, first offense, after police were called to Joyce Street for an argument. Also arrested was Heidi M. Massey, 40, also of Joyce Street. She was charged with simple assault and/or battery, second offense, domestic disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest.

Police took a man home after an employee of a Miller Street restaurant asked them at 8:45 p.m. to check on the well-being of an intoxicated man on the sidewalk.

A caller reported finding vulgar stickers around Water Street.

Tuesday, April 13

A panhandler call came in from Main Street at 9:38 a.m.

A caller from Metacom called police after spotting a man looking through his recycling and mailbox.

Police delivered a discarded Amazon package found on Cutler Street to the addressee.

Two bicyclists who couldn't remember the combination to their bike locks asked for help cutting them. Police referred them to fire department. Members walked out to Joyce Street, cut the locks and sent them on their way.

A man told police he'd witnessed a domestic situation while video chatting with his girlfriend.

Wednesday, April 14

Lawn equipment was reported stolen from Market Street.

A sick raccoon call drew police to Bull Crossing.

A resident returned to make compensation after he'd left the transfer station on Birchswamp Road without paying.

Police found no evidence of marijuana after a caller reported that a man was using the drug in a Chevrolet parked on Lyndon Street.

Police referred a woman to Fall River Police after she reported being harassed by an ex-boyfriend. The alleged harassment took place in Fall River, she said.

A woman was taken to the hospital after members of the Warren Fire and Rescue Department administered Narcan, an anti-opioid, to her just before 3 p.m. Police were called to Meadow Street for a report of a semi-responsive woman who was acting strange, and Engine 5 and Rescue 3 also responded.

Police stopped and spoke to a man after police in Barrington received a report that he'd held his hand up to his head to simulate a gun, along Route 114. Police said the man was OK.

Thursday, April 15

A Main Street man called police at 3:05 a.m. after someone threw a brick through his front window.

Police dispersed a skateboarder from Main Street just after 2:30 p.m.

A Harris Avenue resident reported being harassed on Facebook.

Friday, April 16

A Child Street woman reported to police that another car had followed her home after a road rage incident.

Police spoke to a Metacom Avenue man after a neighbor complained about his yelling.

Saturday, April 17

A Ridgeway Drive woman reported being harassed by her boyfriend's ex.

Police said a tip regarding the Ku Klux Klan, sent to the department's TIP411 line, was unfounded. According to the dispatch log, a caller stated, "I had parked my car as I got out of my car I heard from somewhere close both a man and a woman, sounded middle aged, 'We will take them down, we are the KKK.'' I found this quite concerning due to the recent events." Police spoke with two individuals, who they determined were not involved. The tip was called in from State Street, and the alleged incident occurred near the Town Common or Baker Street.

Sunday, April 18

Police got a call from a Hope Street resident whose neighbor had been sweeping sand in front of his home.

A Buffalo Avenue woman complained that a man had been posting photos of her online.

Police are reviewing video footage after a woman who had attended the anti-hate rally in front of Warren Town Hall Sunday afternoon reported being assaulted just before 3 p.m., as the rally was breaking up. Lt. Christopher Perreault said police are reviewing footage of and investigating the incident, and declined further comment.

Cattle that had made it out to Libby Lane were corralled back in following a call by police to their owner's son, who said he would relay the message.

Brian Silva, 32, of Stuart Street, was arrested on an outstanding warrant out of Bristol.

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