Warren police logs: Mother and daughter arrested after fight


The Warren Police Department responded to the following calls this week:

Monday, April 24

A Matthew Drive man told police that his son was receiving harassing telephone calls.

A caller reported noisy neighbors, but police found no problems when they investigated.

A Main Street resident reported a neighbor’s noisy dogs; the owner told police that his dogs get “excitable” from time to time, and took them inside.

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Tuesday, April 25

A caller from Libby Lane reported hearing a noise coming from an electrical outlet, and was concerned there could be a fire in the walls. The fire chief investigated and found the sound was coming from an object under the bed.

An officer spotted a woman  wrapped in a blanket walking down Franklin Street at 2:16 a.m. She told the officer she was walking home from a friend’s.

A Child Street woman asked that police remove a man from her home.
Frank J. Alfano, 33, of 28 Child St., was charged with disorderly conduct after a man was seen yelling in the middle of Market Street just before 5 a.m.

The fire chief spoke with a Barton Avenue resident who was burning building materials, chairs and mattresses on his property.

A Joseph Drive man complained that his car was damaged the previous evening.

A caller from Wood Street told police that her car was broken into overnight.

A Metacom Avenue woman reported getting into an argument with her husband.

A Market Street man reported a dispute with his landlord.

A Main Street man reported hitting a large pothole on Main Street. Police found no large potholes, but a few smaller divots.

A Market Street man asked for advice on how to get rid of a roommate. He was advised to contact the landlord.

A Sisson Street woman complained that a man in the house threw a bowl of food and left in his truck. Police later clarified that the man had spilled food and refused to clean it up; the woman wanted the police to come and make him clean it up.

Wednesday, April 26

A West Street woman complained that her ex-boyfriend would not stop calling and texting her and her mother.

A resident who left the DPW on Birch Swamp Road told police he would return and pay his bill.

Police got a call that a 16-year-old girl had run away two days prior.

A caller walking near Wood and Barney streets complained that someone in a passing car threw an egg at him.

Thursday, April 27

A caller from Park Street reported an unruly juvenile.

Police assisted a motorist in moving a large turtle from Schoolhouse Road.
A caller complained about a large amount of trash on a Child Street sidewalk. A new tenant in the area was advised of the town’s laws regarding curbside rubbish.

A passer-by reported a group of youths fighting behind a Metacom Avenue building.

A camera was reported stolen from a car on Bradford Street.
Police spoke to the parent of one of several youths riding dirt bikes in an unauthorized area off Paul Court.

William K. Krah, 33, of 12 Baker St., first floor, was charged with disorderly conduct and two counts of simple assault or battery, after police were called to Main Street at 8:40 p.m. for a report of a fight.

Friday, April 28

The animal control officer freed a bird that had gotten stuck in a dryer vent at a Child Street home.

A loose chicken call drew the animal control officer to Buffalo Avenue.
Sean V. Fisher, 21, of 394 Metacom Ave., Apt. 1F, was charged with domestic disorderly conduct and domestic vandalism/malicious injury to property, after police got a call about a man and woman shouting on Metacom Avenue at 3:16 p.m.

Police told tenants of a Metacom Avenue apartment to keep it down after a downstairs neighbor complained.

Saturday, April 29

A caller complained that an off-road vehicle was driving  on Colonial Drive.

A mother and daughter were charged after police were called to Warren Avenue at 7:06 p.m. for a fight between the two. Carol L. Pires, 75, of 37 Warren Ave., was charged with domestic simple assault/battery and domestic disorderly conduct; Deborah Ann Lepore, 55, of 37 Warren Ave., first floor, was charged with domestic assault on a person over 60 causing bodily injury, domestic disorderly conduct and violating a no contact order.

Sunday, April 30

A caller complained about loud music on Kickemuit Road.

A Davis Street man complained that he gave a woman money to buy him a TV, but she didn’t deliver.

A caller complained that people were knocking over trash cans near his grandmother’s home on Park Street.

Monday, May 1

A caller from Union Street asked for help with a malfunctioning kitchen appliance.

David W. Salvatore, 56, of 385 Metacom Ave., Apt. 3R, was charged with two counts of possession of drugs, and driving in possession of a controlled substance, after police pulled him over on Main Street at 1:39 a.m. Police said they found the prescription drug Adderall, as well as a small amount of a substance that tested positive for cocaine, in the car.


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Is there an article or are we left to guess what the fight was about, weapons involved, drug or alcohol related,.... or did you just need a headline to go with this posed image?

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