Warren police logs: Two charged with DUI

Posted 11/7/19

Monday, Oct. 28

Police responded to the Highlander Charter School for a report of a student who reportedly made a comment about shooting up the school. Authorities contacted Pawtucket police, …

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Warren police logs: Two charged with DUI

Posted

Monday, Oct. 28

Police responded to the Highlander Charter School for a report of a student who reportedly made a comment about shooting up the school. Authorities contacted Pawtucket police, where the student lives, and spoke to a parent. The student told police the comment was a joke.

A Market Street woman reported the violation of a no contact order, but police investigated and found no violation had occurred. The man involved took a screen capture of a public post the woman had made on Facebook, but no direct contact was made.

A caller told police that his daughter showed him a post a male friend made on social media, which contained images of firearms. Police investigated and determined that the guns were toys.

Tuesday, Oct. 29

A caller complained about a man blowing leaves onto the East Bay Bike Path. Police spoke to the man, who said the leaves were already there.

A caller complained about a man driving in front of her on Man Street, who was using obscene gestures and slamming on his brakes.

Police responded to the Dunkin Donuts on Main Street at xx p.m. for a report of an armed robbery. A clerk that a man dressed in black entered the store and brandished a gun.

Police spoke to a man who was reportedly driving erratically and slowly on Market Street.

Wednesday, Oct. 30

Police were called to Market Street for a student who walked out of school.

A Highview Avenue woman complained that a neighbor was dumping leaves onto her lawn.

Thursday, Oct. 31

Police were called to the Kickemuit Middle School for a report of a student who was assaulted.

A shoplifter caught stealing from a Metacom Avenue store returned the stolen items and the merchant chose not to press charges, after police looked into the matter.

A Main Street resident called the rescue squad after her son, six, swallowed a coin. The boy was taken to the hospital.

Friday, Nov. 1

A Croade Street resident complained about the noise from someone using a jackhammer. The police looked into it, determined that the person had proper permits, and would be finishing soon.

A Scott Court woman complained that a neighbor cut down her fence. Police had a word with the neighbor, who said he would repair it by the next evening. Police noted that they would return if that didn’t happen.

Saturday, Nov. 2

A Kinnicutt Avenue man called and asked to speak to an officer, after she took his car keys after having a few drinks.

A Waterview Lane resident reported his home broken into overnight. No word on if anything was missing.

A caller at Homestead Avenue complained about people smoking marijuana in. Parked car.

Jared C. Perry, 29, of 71 Market St., Apt. 2, was charged with driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol and refusal to submit to a chemical test, after police pulled him over at Handy and Market streets at 10:38 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 3

Nathan J. Pacheco, 25, of Bristol, was charged with driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol and refusal to submit to a chemical test, after police pulled him over at Metacom Avenue and Canario Drive at 1:11 a.m.

A Miller Street resident went to the police station to obtain help with a disobedient juvenile.

An Arlington Avenue resident reported receiving threatening text messages from a person with whom there was a child custody dispute.

Police looked for a group of trucks from which shots were reportedly being fired at deer. The trucks were seen heading toward Schoolhouse Road from Bushee Road. Police checked the surrounding area but found nothing.

 

 

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