Tiverton Police: DUI, injuries resulting, charged

Posted 2/17/21

Monday, Feb. 1

Verizon was contacted about a wire down on Judson Street at 7:26 pm, and Cox wires were down on Durfee Road.

A Fish Road resident called with a noise complaint at 9:24 pm — …

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Tiverton Police: DUI, injuries resulting, charged

Posted

Monday, Feb. 1

Verizon was contacted about a wire down on Judson Street at 7:26 pm, and Cox wires were down on Durfee Road.

A Fish Road resident called with a noise complaint at 9:24 pm — plow clearing a business driveway. The caller was informed that plowing does not fall under the noise ordinance.

A Main Road caller contacted police at 11:21 pm about a plow pushing snow into the roadway.

Cows in the back yard were reported on Morning Dive Drive art 11:24 pm. The owner was contacted.

Tuesday, Feb. 2

The animal control officer went to Wood Avenue to check on the condition of cows at 10:34 am.

A Main Road landlord reported that the tenant had moved out of an apartment but now a stranger appears to be staying there. 

Wednesday, Feb. 3

Stone Bridge Water was alerted to a water main break on Bulgarmarsh Road at 9:53 pm, resulting in low water pressure for some customers.

At 11:12 pm, a Main Road apartment resident reported loud banging and talking in the business downstairs. Those in the business agreed to ‘shut it down for the night.’

Thursday, Feb. 4

Natalya Tavares, 32, of Fall River, was cited for driving with a suspended license, second offense, at 1:39 am on Main Road near the Massachusetts line.

A Cottrell Road resident reported being the victim of identity theft and unemployment fraud.

Friday, Feb. 5

Jackson B. Potts, 18, of 31 East Beardsworth Road, Tiverton was arrested on two charges of driving under the influence resulting in serious bodily injury at 3:56 am in the area of 3152 Main Road. Police and rescue had been alerted to a crash on Main Road near Lafayette Road at 11:50 pm (Thursday) and found that a single vehicle carrying five people had struck a tree. Two people were transported, one each to Rhode Island Hospital and Hasbro Hospital, by ambulances from Tiverton and Little Compton.

At 4:22 am, police responded to a single car accident on Route 24 north. There were no injuries but the car had to be towed.

A Lake Road resident reported that a horse with a blue blanket has been lying in a field for 24 hours and hasn’t moved. The animal control officer found the horse standing up and said it appeare to be fine.

A Paul James Drive resident told police that a tractor trailer had driven onto her yard while picking up a dumpster and she is worried that it may have damaged the sprinkler system.

The Tiverton Casino reported vandalism to a slot machine at 2:42 pm.

Eric A. Pepin, 39, of New Bedford, was arrested on a bench warrant from 6th District Court at 6:08 am on Stafford Road.

A Highland Road resident reported that a tenant abandoned his apartment and let squatters move in. Now the apartment is damaged.

Police responded to Eagleville Road after receiving a 911 call about a blue truck off the road, air bag deployed. The driver was not hurt but the truck had to be towed.

Saturday, Feb. 6

Meagan M. Cabral, 34, of New Bedford, was arrested on a charge of driving under the influence, .15 percent blood alcohol concentration or greater, on Route 24 north near the state line at 2:07 am.

A 911 caller reported a fight on Crandall Road at 1:22 pm.  Police found that the fight was verbal only.

A Windwood Drive apartment resident reported a noisy neighbor at 3:01 pm.

Jason P. Ducharme, 36, of Rehoboth, Mass., was arrested on a bench warrant from 6th District Court at 6 pm on Canning Boulevard.

A King Road caller reported constant gunshots in the area at 7:18 pm.

Tatiana F. Cymbron Barbosa, 32, of 31 Sawdy Pond Ave., Tiverton, was cited for driving with a foreign license while her license was suspended at 8:30 pm on Crandall Road.

Elizabeth R. Cooper, 36, of Fall River, was arrested on a charge of driving under the influence, blood alcohol concentration unknown, at 11:20 pm on Route 24 north near the Massachusetts line.

Sunday, Feb. 7

At 11:34 am, police were notified that someone had used blue and black spray paint to vandalize rocks, trail and trees near the entrance to Fort Barton across from Town Hall.

Niles Antone Bryce, 23, of Fall River, was arrested on a charge of driving under the influence, blood alcohol concentration of .15 percent of greater, at 12:53 am on Route 24 north near the weigh station.

An Amazon truck became stuck in snow on Bismark Avenue at 1:50 pm. 

Police responded to a 6:30 pm accident on Brayton Road. There were no injuries but the vehicle was towed.

Roseberry J. Powell, 40, of Hyde Park, Mass., was arrested on a warrant from 2nd District Court and on charges of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, possession of over one ounce of marijuana, and driving with a suspended license, at 7:40 pm on Hudson Street.

Monday, Feb. 8

Eric C. Cavaca, 48, of 72 Judson St., Tiverton, was arrested on charges of breaking and entering of a dwelling, larceny under $1,500 (motor vehicle parts), tampering with vehicles, and on an affidavit and arrest warrant.

A downed tree blocking Fish Road was cleared by DPW at 6:10 am.

 

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