Warren police logs: Deer euthanized after collision with car

Posted 11/23/20

Monday, Nov. 16

Police were called out to Metacom Avenue for an injured raccoon.

Loose dog calls came in almost simultaneously from Water and Liberty streets.

A caller complained about a car …

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Warren police logs: Deer euthanized after collision with car

Posted

Monday, Nov. 16

Police were called out to Metacom Avenue for an injured raccoon.

Loose dog calls came in almost simultaneously from Water and Liberty streets.

A caller complained about a car speeding north on Market Street. Police alerted their counterparts in Swansea.

Bristol police called in to report an erratic driver headed north into Warren on Main Street. Warren police could not locate it.

A caller complained about someone running a four-wheeler on Arlington Avenue.

A woman approached an officer on Market Street and said she was being harassed and followed by her ex.

Tuesday, Nov. 17

Vanessa Silva, 32, of Pawtucket, was arrested on a Sixth Division District Court bench warrant after a caller told police at 4:03 a.m. that he had just been approached by a woman on Brown Street, who asked him for money and appeared distraught.

A Union Street man called police after getting into an argument with his mother.

Police were asked to check on the well-being of an elderly man on Ridgeway Drive. He was fine, police said.
A Main Street caller found a bike in her bushes.

Burphy Kennedy Segbeyan, 28, of Cranston, was picked up by Cranston police on a Warren warrant for three counts of vandalism.

Wednesday, Nov. 18

Rosco A. Stanzione, 32, of 13 Thompson St., was arrested on a Rhode Island Superior Court warrant.
Police euthanized a deer just before 8 p.m. after it was injured following a collision with a car on Vernon Street.

A Main Street woman told police that someone had entered her garage overnight and opened all her car doors.

A caller reported that there might be hunters in the woods behind his Barden Lane home.

A caller complained that there was a man hiding in the bushes off the East Bay Bike Path at Market Street. It turned out to be a juvenile walking his dog.

Thursday, Nov. 19

An Arlington Avenue woman complained that her four-wheeler was missing, and that it might have been taken by her ex.

Police were called to Market Street for a landlord-tenant dispute over a dog.

A caller found a set of keys on Central Street and said he'd bring them in. A short time later the owner was located, and came in to pick them up.

A woman called police to report losing or having her cell phone stolen from the bleachers at the Kickemuit Middle School. She called back about half an hour later to report finding the phone near the track.

A King Street woman reported her Facebook account hacked. Police referred to the Rhode Island State Police Cyber-crimes unit.

Friday, Nov. 20

A caller complained about trash dropping from a vehicle on Main Street.

A caller from Metacom Avenue reported that the owner of a competing gym was harassing his members and vide-taping them. Police spoke to both sides and advised the complainant of his options if the issue continued.

A caller from Arlington Avenue asked for police help in removing an unwanted party following an argument.

An Arlington woman called police to complain that someone stole the headlights off her car. Police spoke to the woman, as well as the man who took the lights. He said the woman had agreed to let him take the lights in exchange for money. Police determined it was a civil, not criminal, matter.

A caller on Child Street reported a large open burn. Police checked it out and said it was small. It was extinguished.

Saturday, Nov. 21

A Market Street man complained about noisy neighbors just after midnight.

A Market Street man complained about a stolen license plate.

A Harris Avenue woman reported a loose dog at her house.

A Coomer Avenue woman complained about an open fire next door just after 7 p.m.

Warren fire and rescue crews removed two people from a Main Street elevator about 19 minutes after they called in to. report being trapped.

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