Warren police logs: Man charged after incident with brother

Posted 9/8/20

Monday, August 31An anonymous caller reported that a resident on Federal Street had a dozen marijuana plants growing in the front yard.A caller told police that a skunk went after a dog on Point Farm …

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Warren police logs: Man charged after incident with brother


Monday, August 31
An anonymous caller reported that a resident on Federal Street had a dozen marijuana plants growing in the front yard.
A caller told police that a skunk went after a dog on Point Farm Road.
A few raccoons got themselves stuck in a dumpster near Warren Dental Associates on Main Street, but had gotten free before officers' arrival.
Police pulled a woman over on Child Street after they received a call about her erratic driving. No charges were filed.
An officer stopped at Vernon and Greenlawn to help a boy whose bike had slipped its chain. He reset the chain and both went on their ways.
A Stuart Street man called police about a stolen package.
Police went out to Mill Street after getting a report of possible illegal activity by the waterfront. They found nothing illegal but spoke to several fishermen, advising them to clean up their trash.
Tuesday, Sept. 1
Police ticketed a black Mercedes found parked in front of a fire hydrant along Metacom Avenue.
A dog owner on Joseph Drive was advised of the town's leash law.
A Metacom Avenue woman told police of being harassed by her ex-boyfriend via texts and emails.
A caller reported an injured deer on Waterview Lane.
Fire crews came out to Taddy Avenue at 2:16 for a smoky kitchen fire. It was due to a mishap; police cleared the smoke and all were reported OK.
A caller told police that he'd been cut off by another driver in Swansea, and that the car who cut him off was now headed south on Long Lane. Police tracked down the car in a driveway, unoccupied.
A caller told police just before 11 p.m. that men on Ellis Avenue, near William Street, were using vulgar language. Police spoke to them.
Wednesday, Sept. 2
A Child Street man reported being punched by another man who lives in the same apartment building.
Police dispersed one man after he and another got into an argument ata Metacom Avenue shop.
An anonymous caller reported a possible domestic situation on Broad Street, as there was a lot of yelling. Police checked it out and it was a father disciplining his young daughter.
Thursday, Sept. 3
Police got a report of a fox running around Washington Street just after 10 a.m.
An Asylum Road man reported a fraudulent unemployment claim.
A caller requested that police disperse a group of youths on the playground at East Bay Head Start.
A caller from Metacom Avenue told police that a man who walked by her shouted racial slurs at her.
A Highview Avenue woman reported receiving harassing and obscene phone calls and messages.
Friday, Sept. 4
A man at work in a Water Street building called police at 1:40 a.m. to report another man walking around outside, knocking on windows. Police arrived and requested a rescue for the man, who was intoxicated. He was transported to Rhode Island Hospital.
Manuel F. Mendonca, 49, of 73 Canario Drive, was pulled over on Child Street and charged with driving with a suspended, revoked or cancelled license, third or subsequent offense.
A bird became stuck in a pipe on Dyer Street, but police were able to free the animal.
A caller found a glass pipe underneath a bench at Burr's Hill Park, and alerted police.
Anthony J. Pirri, 42, of 5 Fernwood Court, was charged with domestic violence/ simple assault and/or battery, and domestic violence/disorderly conduct, after police were called to Commercial Way for a fight between brothers.
Brenda R. Perreault, 47, of Scituate, was charged with violating a Rhode Island Family Court protective order, first offense.
A caller from Water Street reported an unresponsive woman at 9:39 p.m. Police arrived and administered Narcan, an anti-opioid.
A McDonald's employee said there was an unruly customer who refused to leave the drive through area.
Police advised several boaters at the Old Warren Marina to quiet down after receiving complaints about loud music.
Saturday, Sept. 5
A Child Street resident complained that a neighbor was burning pressure treated wood. The fire was extinguished.
A woman called to report that her mother was tricked into installing a program on her computer. Police advised her to have a tech look at the machine.
A caller reported finding a chocolate lab. No word on whether any oompa loompas were on scene.
Mulitple callers reported a man sleeping on the sidewalk near Tourister Mill. Police looked to no avail.
Sunday, Sept. 6
A Metacom Avenue woman told police that her ex-boyfriend had drugged her.
At least one bicyclist was taken to the hospital after two bicyclists collided on the East Bay Bike Path near Wood Street.
A caller complained of fireworks near Libby Lane.
A caller heard a loud scratching sound coming from a sailboat at the end of Bridge Street. It was just the halyards.

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