Warren police logs: Missing student was hiding in bathroom


Monday, March 6
A Market Street woman told police that a golf cart was missing from her property.
The assistant principal at the Hugh Cole School called police to report that a student went to the cafeteria at some point and had been AWOL ever since. Police noted eight minutes later that the student had been located, hiding in a bathroom.
A caller reported a driver texting and driving on Market Street. Police looked but could not locate the driver.
Police got a call about a disobedient child on Napoleon Street.
Johnathan Hanna, 26, of 291 Metacom Ave., was charged with driving under influence of drugs or alcohol, first offense, after he struck another vehicle on Birchswamp Road at 5:03 p.m.
A caller from Kinnicutt Avenue reported a disorderly man.
An injured coyote call came in from Ridgeway Drive.
Tuesday, March 7
The animal control officer corralled a loose chicken and returned it to its caretaker.
An officer spotted a coyote on Vernon Street just before noon.
An Arlington Avenue man reported telephone harassment.
A coyote call came in from Central Avenue.
Police got a complaint about two cars drag racing on Barden Lane.
Victor M. Toledo, 50, of 24 Martin St., Apt. 1, was charged with domestic simple assault/battery, third offense, and domestic disorderly conduct, after police received multiple calls about a fight on Wood Street.
People were reported fighting on Seymour Street, but it broke up prior to the police’s arrival.
Wednesday, March 8
A Laurel Lane man complained that his ex-wife showed up at his house.
Carlo D. Ferreira, 36, of 51 Laurel Lane, was charged with violating a no contact order.
Thursday, March 9
Alan J. McAlees, 55, of 945 Main St., was arrested on a warrant out of Johnston.
A caller complained about an aggressive driver on Metacom Avenue.
Friday, March 10
A barking dog complaint came in from Child Street at 3:22 a.m.
A Water Street woman who complained that money was missing from her home called back later to report that she’d found it safe and sound.
An Arlington Avenue woman told police she thought someone was in her garage. It turned out that the sound might have been from snow falling from her roof.
Kimberly E. Deneault, 30, of 18 Wood St., Apt. 3, was arrested on a warrant out of Bristol.
Saturday, March 11
A coyote was spotted near Metacom Avenue at 9:41 a.m. Similar calls came in a few hours later from Hall and Beach streets.
A woman on Serpentine Road told police that two men attempting to sell renewable energy became verbally abusive when she declined to buy.
An anonymous caller complained at 2:34 about a dog that had been barking on Sachem Street since the morning. Police told the owner to take the animal inside.
A Long Wharf Drive resident complained that the downstairs neighbor was banging on the ceiling.
A caller from Union Street reported to police that her neighbors were smoking crack. Police found no evidence of narcotics when they came out.
Sunday, March 12
A Sachem Street resident complained that a dog had been left out all day. The police spoke to the owner and contacted the animal control officer so he could follow up later.
Police got a call about a fight on Main Street at 8:15 p.m.
Monday, March 13
A Davis Street resident complained that a neighbor was yelling at her children. It’s an ongoing problem, the caller said.


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