Warren police logs: DUI, domestic violence arrests this week

Posted 8/31/20

Monday, August 24The fire chief received information that an oil truck had dumped oil on Touisset Road. The report proved to be unfounded.A resident at Kickemuit Village reported being harassed via …

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Warren police logs: DUI, domestic violence arrests this week

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Monday, August 24
The fire chief received information that an oil truck had dumped oil on Touisset Road. The report proved to be unfounded.
A resident at Kickemuit Village reported being harassed via Social Media.
A caller from Frank Court complained about a vehicle circling the neighborhood.
Police looked for but could not locate a juvenile reported riding a motorcycle on Colonial Drive.
A Highview Avenue woman complained that a neighbor kept coming onto her property. The neighbor said she was trimming bushes.
Tuesday, August 25
Police looked for but could not locate two men reported stumbling around Child Street, near Arlington, just before 12:30 a.m.
A caller from a Warren nursing home reported that a man impersonating a health care worker came in the previous evening, and was attempting to obtain insurance information from staff and patients. Police told the caller to contact them immediately if the man returned.
Police were called to Sowamsett Avenue just after 10 a.m. for a disorderly man who was upset because he could not find his medication.
Discarded items, including cardboard boxes, were found in Jamiel's Park. As some of the items had a contact name on them, police said they would follow up with that person and advise him/her of what they found.
Police were asked to check on the well-being of a woman reported yelling on Cottage Street. They could not locate her.
An Almy Avenue woman called police about phone/text harassment.
A caller complained that a large group of kids was climbing on dumpsters and generally "being obnoxious" at the Tourister Mill. Police checked it out; the kids said they were playing manhunt.
Wednesday, August 26
The animal control officer released a skunk that had gotten caught in a trap on Wood Street.
A Water Street woman complained that someone dumped a mattress on the sidewalk near her home.
A caller from Cutler Street reported seeing a baby raccoon on his deck.
A Franklin Street woman complained about ongoing harassment her daughter had been subjected to online.
An Overhill Road woman told police that someone had opened up a bank account in her mother's name.
A Child Street woman reported the theft of her son's belongings from an apartment he'd been staying in.
A passerby flagged down an officer after finding a wallet. The police were able to track down the owner and return it.
A caller from Cutler Street complained about men trying to sell CDs door to door in the neighborhood.
Thursday, August 27
The animal control officer was able to free a raccoon reported stuck in a dumpster on Water Street.
Dianna Carey, 37, of 9 West St., was charged with domestic violence/simple assault and/or battery, first offense, and domestic violence/disorderly conduct, first offense, after a man called at 5:32 p.m. to report that his wife had struck him several times.
An employee at a Metacom Avenue fast food restaurant reported tath a woman who had been asked to leave was disturbing the peace.
Police spoke to a juvenile after her mother reported that she had been viewing inappropriate material on Social Media.
Friday, August 28
Cody J. Cabral, 28, of Bristol, was charged with driving on a suspended, revoked or canceled license, third or subsequent offense, after police pulled him over on Metacom Avenue at 4:06 a.m.
A third party reported a road rage incident between a motorcyclist and the driver of a car on Main Street.
A Dyer Street caller reported possible tax fraud.
Police took a man to the hospital after a caller asked that police check on him for possible alcohol intoxication.
A Market Street man called with concerns that he was being threatened, and believed that people were headed to his house.
An anonymous caller complained about speeders on Franklin Street.
A caller from Dollar General complained that two women in the store were harassing her and threatening to steal from the store. Police reported that the women did take several items from the store and headed toward Swansea. Police in that town were advised.
Police took an intoxicated woman to the hospital after a sibling called with concerns about her condition.
Police responded to Alex's Lane after a resident put yellow tape up in the road in an attempt to slow down traffic. Police spoke to the man, who removed the tape.
Michael P. Martins, 54, of 10 Baker St., was charged with driving under the influence of liquor, first offense, and refusal to submit to a chemical test, after an accident on Miller Street called in just after 9:30 p.m.
Police looked for but could not locate a woman who a passerby said appeared to be drunk and sitting on the ground near Cumberland Farms on Market Street.
A caller complained about a large group of people making a lot of noise at Water and Liberty streets just before 10:30 p.m.
Saturday, August 29
A caller from Main Street complained end about the theft of a small amount of money from his car, and that cigarettes and lighters are often taken from his porch.
Rhode Island State Police asked police to check a residence on Colonial Drive after they received a complaint about a large gathering not adhering to Covid guidelines. A Warren officer said the group was in compliance.
A caller reported a man standing in the middle of Market Street, near the Harbor Animal Hospital, just before 8:30 p.m.
Sunday, August 30
Edward P. Nason, 38, of Providence, was charged with driving under the influence of liquor, first offense, and refusal to submit to a chemical test, first offense, after police pulled him over at Market and John streets at 12:29 a.m.
A Birchswamp Road resident reported stalking.
A Joseph Drive resident complained that his neigbhor's large dog was running loose and had chased him.
A passerby reported possible pieces of glass on Campbell Street. It turned out to be ice cubes.
Jason C. Daluz, 34, of 6 Bee Jay Court, was charged with violation of a no contact order, third or subsequent offense.
A Sisson Street resident complained of fireworks in the area.

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