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Tiverton Police: Warrant suspect swims to Fall River

Posted 10/8/20

Monday, Sept. 28

At 9:33 am, a Barbara Street resident complained that a water delivery truck driver is yelling outside — an ongoing issue.

Police were called to Main Road regarding a …

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Tiverton Police: Warrant suspect swims to Fall River

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Monday, Sept. 28

At 9:33 am, a Barbara Street resident complained that a water delivery truck driver is yelling outside — an ongoing issue.

Police were called to Main Road regarding a tall, skinny, shaved-headed man walking toward Fall River saying he is “going to stab Ray.”

Police responded to a two car accident on Main Road at 1:35 pm. There were no injuries but one vehicle was towed.

At 5:33 pm, a person said his dog was bitten by another dog on Main Road near the Fall River line.

At 7:03 pm, a Canonicus Street caller reported that a coyote went after kids in the area.

Jared S. Correiro, 36, of 59 Burton St., Bristol, was arrested at 10:20 pm after a traffic stop on Route 24 south in Tiverton on two charges of possession of narcotics and on one charge each of obstructing a police officer and driving with a suspended license.

Helen G. Zarella, 32, of 59 Burton St., Bristol, was arrested on two charges of obstructing a police officer at 10:30 pm after a traffic stop on Route 24 south in Tiverton.

Tuesday, Sept. 29

Police were called to assist the Tiverton Casino with ejections a 2:46 am.

At 8:02 am, police were called to Pocasset Avenue for a report that an ex-employee had a fight with an employee.

Police were called to Warren Avenue at noon for a complaint of large trucks using the roadway.

Police were called to Chase Avenue at 2:01 pm about a barking dog.

Callers reported that large rocks had fallen onto the Main Road ramp to Route 24 at 2:34 pm.

Kyle D. Alves, 32, of Fall River, was arrested at 7:02 pm on Main Road near the Fall River line on charges of domestic simple assault, domestic disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and possession of narcotics.

Wednesday, Sept. 30

At 6:11 am, a fallen tree was reported across Harbor Ridge Lane.

A 6:25 am a 911 caller reported a pole and electric lines down atop a car on Lawrence Court. National Grid responded.

A tree and live power line fell onto a car on Rock Street at 7:11 am. National Grid was called.

A caller reported wires down on Clement Street at 7:28 am. National Grid responded.

A tree blocking the roadway was reported on South Lane Drive at 7:48 am.

A caller reported a coyote in the area of 274 Main Road at 10:08 am.

Wires down on Wood Avenue were reported at 11:26 am.

A water main break was reported on Lawton Avenue at 11:59 am. Stone Bridge Water Co. responded.

At 2:49 pm, a caller reported that occupants of a car in the parking lot of a Main Road business were trying to sell gold jewelry. The car was gone when police arrived.

A caller called about a coyote in the area of 268 Main Road at 5:59 pm. “The coyote is not doing anything,” the officer reported.

Portsmouth police asked Tiverton to be on the lookout for a smaller black Chevy pickup trick with heavy passenger-side and front-end damage wanted in connection with a hit and run at 8:47 pm.

Police received a suspicious activity report about four men behind a Main Road business. “Parties will be on their way. Just listening to music,” the officer reported.

Thursday, Oct. 1

A coyote in the area was reported on Shove Street at 7:57 am.

A woman was reportedly bitten while trying to break up a fight between two dogs on Earle Lane at 12:37 pm.

A Linda Road resident complained about blasting at 12:53 pm.

A caller reported hunters and shooting in the area of Neck Road at 2:09 pm. 

A loud party in the parking lot of Wally’s Tap House on Crandall Road was reported at 11:49 pm. “That crowd is going to be dispersing,” the officer said.

Friday, Oct. 2

A coyote was reported on Church Street at 9:31 am.

A resident called to report that someone had registered a car in her name.

Two people were taken to Charlton Hospital after an accident near Victory Chapel on Crandall Road at 11:01 am.

A John Duggan Road resident called to ask that the animal control officer check a cat that has ben in her back yard for a month for a microchip. If the cat is not chipped, she would like to adopt it.

Dogs barking on Hooper Street were reported at 1:34 pm.

National Grid responded to a leaning pole on Shove Street.

A caller reported at 2:38 pm that a school bus ran a red light on Bulgarmash Road.

Nicholas J. Deveno, 40, of Middletown, was arrested on a bench warrant from 2nd Division District Court and a warrant from another department and on charges of obstructing a police officer and driving with a suspended license, third offense, at 4:50 pm at a Main Road address.

A caller reported a large number of cars parked at a Knotty Pine Road house. Police reported that social distancing is being practiced.

An argument about dishes prompted a 911 call to police from a Fish Road residence at 6:26 pm. An officer reported that all parties are separated.

Saturday, Oct. 3

Paige Thibodeau, 24, of 790 Sodom Road, Westport, was arrested on a warrant from another police department at 3:24 pm at a Main Road location.

At 6:17 pm, a caller reported that a coyote had approached her child in the Pocasset School recreation area.

Jonathan M. White, 31, of Fall River, was arrested on charges of reckless driving and driving without a license at 7:20 pm on Stafford Road.

Wayne A. Patterson, 36, of Fall River, was attested on charges of reckless driving and driving with a suspended license at 7:20 pm on Stafford Road.

Fireworks in the area were reported at 7:54 pm from Hobson Avenue.

Sunday, Oct. 4

Goats on the highway were reported from Route 24 north at 9:28 am. Police could not locate any goats.

A caller reported a squirrel stuck in the walls of a house on Terra Verdi Drive at 10:24 am. Police called DEM but DEM “does not remove squirrels.”

Luan B. Souza Da Silva, 35, of Fall River, was arrested on a charge of domestic simple assault at 11:34 am on East Beardsworth Drive. Police had responded to a report of two men fighting in the middle of the roadway.

A Clement Street resident reported two tires slashed overnight.

After going to State Avenue to conduct a warrant check at 5:14 pm, a Tiverton officer asked police to “Send another car, foot pursuit, party running toward Bourne Mill … (then) Party entered Cook Pond, swimming into Fall River (then) Party walking north on Shove Street … soaking wet.” Fall River Police were notified.

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