Warren police: Man banned from entering town hall


Monday, Feb. 6

A caller found a strange man sleeping on his Main Street porch.

Neighbors on Reservoir Avenue got into it over on-street parking.

A Sisson Street woman complained that her son was receiving harassing texts.

Police spoke to a man reported soliciting on Ridgeway Drive, at Eisenhower Street. When police advised him of protocol, he said he’d been mistaken and actually thought he was in Barrington.

Wednesday, Feb. 8

Jeffrey R. Aubin, 39, of Seekonk, was picked up on a warrant for violating a protective order.

Andrew E. Stanzione, 29, of 394 Metacom Ave., Apt. 1F, was charged with driving after the denial, suspension or revocation of his license, after police pulled him over on Everett Street at 7:19 a.m.

The animal control officer was called to the Warren Town Beach for a report of dogs running loose. He spoke to the owner about leash laws.

A short while later, the animal control officer was called to Cole Street for an injured coyote. He was unable to track down the animal, as it had fled before his arrival.

Michelle L. Schultz, 34, of 186 Vernon St., was arrested as a fugitive from justice. Warren police had been alerted by Swansea police to be on the lookout for Ms. Schultz’s car in relation to a shoplifting incident in that town. After pulling her over here Warren police also discovered an active extradition warrant out of North Attleboro, relative to a larceny.

Police got a call about a man shouting and screaming on Davis Street just before 8 p.m.

A driver struck a deer near Long Lane’s intersection with Child Street.

Thursday, Feb. 9

Policewere called to Martin Street for an ongoing dispute over noise

Bruce L. MacDougall, 48, of Swansea, was charged with violating a no contact order and violating a protective order, after his wife called police and said he was in her driveway.

Police got a call about an aggressive tailgater on Main Street.

A caller reported hearing someone “whistling and coughing” on Main Street just before 11 p.m.

Friday, Feb. 10

A caller from Main Street complained that a nearby resident was snow-blowing almost continually throughout the night.

Saturday, Feb. 11

A Highview Avenue man complained that someone knocked over his trash barrels.

Adrian R. Karikas, 51, who is homeless, was charged with trespassing after police said he locked himself into the upstairs bathroom at Warren Town Hall. Deputy Warren Police Chief Joseph Loiselle said that during the recent cold weather Mr. Karikas has been a regular visitor at town hall and the police station. While officials extended offers of help to him, Deputy Chief Loiselle said, he declined previous offers. After Mr. Karikas locked himself into the bathroom, Warren Town Manager Jan Reitsma had a no trespassing order delivered. Mr. Karikas signed but was arrested for a second time a day later, after he came back to the government center. 

Robert A. Ivey, 46, of Newport, was charged with disorderly conduct after a caller said that Mr. Ivey, who was panhandling on Market Street, started to yell at her when she refused to give him a cigarette.

Police got a call about a possibly sick coyote on Franklin Street.

A Coomer Avenue resident told police that her daughter was receiving harassing telephone calls.

A Highview Avenue woman reported that someone puts paraffin wax in her door locks every Thursday.

Justin T. Gamon, 40, of 4 Barden Lane, was arrested on a shoplifting warrant out of Newport.

Sunday, Feb. 12

Police and rescue crews were called to Schoolhouse Road for an infant that had ingested a prescription painkiller.

Someone dumped a large amount of trash and building materials on the side of Barton Avenue.

Someone complained that a man on Wood Street was shoveling snow into the street.

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