Warren police logs: Officers discover patrons in two bars, and ask them to leave

Posted 3/25/20

Monday, March 16

A bus side-swiped a car parked at Main and Water streets.

A caller reported finding drug paraphernalia on Buffalo Avenue.

Police went to Metacom Avenue just after 2:30 p.m. …

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Warren police logs: Officers discover patrons in two bars, and ask them to leave

Posted

Monday, March 16

A bus side-swiped a car parked at Main and Water streets.

A caller reported finding drug paraphernalia on Buffalo Avenue.

Police went to Metacom Avenue just after 2:30 p.m. for a report of two women fighting. A juvenile was turned over to a guardian.

A William Street woman told police that someone egged her house.

A Church Street man told police that someone threw a “hard object” at his home, and that he may have been targeted.

Police spoke to a Libby Lane resident whose downstairs neighbor complained about him banging on the floor.

Tuesday, March 17

Multiple callers reported seeing an injured swan on Child Street, near Barker Avenue. An officer reported that the swan made it back into the water.

Rescue crews transported a Miller Street man to the hospital, after he complained of a fever and told dispatchers he may be at a higher risk of Covid-19  due to underlying health conditions.

Police officers conducting compliance checks  at approximately 3:30 p.m. found patrons sitting at the bar at the Warren Portuguese Soccer Club on Child Street, and at the Market Street Pub. Patrons were advised of orders preventing service at the establishments, and were asked to leave.

A sick fox was reported on Harris Avenue.

Wednesday, March 18

A caller reported finding a syringe on a Main Street sidewalk.

Police and rescue crews responded to a rollover accident at Child Street and Arlington just after 2 p.m.

A Davis Street man complained that his neibhros were arguing in a hallway.

Thursday, March 19

Police got a call from an employer about a fired employee who stole supplies.

A juvenile, 14, was charged with vandalism/malicious injury to property and disorderly conduct, after a caller from Park Street told police that kids threw eggs at his home. The juvenile was released to the custody of his parent.

A computer was reported stolen from a Main Street apartment.

A Market Street man told police that his wife was verbally abusing him and would not leave him alone.

Friday, March 20

The animal control officer captured and later returned a dog o its Vernon Street owner, after callers reported it running loose.

A caller reported a party on Cherry Street. Police did a head count and reported that there were fewer than 25 people there.

Saturday, March 21

A Benefit Street resident reported receiving a suspicious package.

A caller complained about a dirk biker speeding up and down Union Street. Police spoke to the man and advised him of the complaint.

A Wood Street woman reported her home egged.

Sunday, March 22

Thomas Bentley Lemmis, 56, of 7 Roseland Ave., was charged with domestic simple assault/battery and domestic disorderly conduct, after police were called to his address for an assault.

A Main Street woman told police that her ex just let himself into her apartment unannounced and refused to leave. Police responded but by then the man had left.

A caller reported loose goats on Vernon Street.

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