Warren police logs: Man faces felony in disturbance Thursday

Posted 5/10/21

Monday, May 3

A Warren Avenue resident reported being continually harassed by another tenant in the building.

A Main Street man told police his neighbor shoved him while they were arguing over …

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Warren police logs: Man faces felony in disturbance Thursday


Monday, May 3

A Warren Avenue resident reported being continually harassed by another tenant in the building.

A Main Street man told police his neighbor shoved him while they were arguing over parking.

A recycling bin was reported stolen from Ellis Avenue.

Crews extinguished a small mulch fire on Metacom Avenue after it was reported by a caller.

A caller told police just before 4:30 p.m. that there was a strange man rummaging through a car parked near Child and Parker streets.

Police spoke to and dispersed a group of boys who had been reported by a resident for throwing things at cars on Child Street and acting belligerently.

A resident brought in a found cell phone and wallet. Police reached out to the owner's landlord.

Police were called to Main Street for an argument over parking. The two involved went back into their respective homes once police arrived.

Tuesday, May 4

A package was reported stolen from Croade Street, but police determined it had incorrectly been delivered at a neigbhor's house. Police weren't able to make contact with the neighbor, and advised the caller to contact the seller for a refund.

Police said they would contact a tree company after receiving a call that employees illegally dumped stumps on Ivy Street.

A Birchswamp Road resident reported being harassed.

An anonymous caller complained about a woman yelling on Cottage Street. Police checked it out; they said she was just talking loudly.

Wednesday, May 5

Police got a call about a juvenile on Child Street who might have drug paraphernalia in a backpack.

Police notified the DPW after someone dumped three tires off the side of Arlington Avenue.

Police were called to Child Street for a student with marijuana.

A Metacom Avenue woman called police after receiving a threatening letter.

A verbal disturbance erupted over a parking space on Davis Street. Police said the matter was resolved.

Lauren E. Gaglio, 32, of 29 Harris Ave., was charged with resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and driving with a suspended, revoked or canceled license, first offense, after police pulled her over on Croade Street at 7:56 p.m.

A caller complained that someone was leaning into a window on Warren Avenue at 8:44 p.m. It turned out to be neighbors talking to each other.

Jessica L. Tibbetts, 39, of 229 Child St., was arrested on a Rhode Island Superior Court warrant.

Thursday, May 6

An employee at the post office called to report a panhandler outside. Police spoke to him.

A box truck struck a building on Main Street just before 11 a.m., causing some damage, before leaving the scene.

Police were called to Croade Street for a neighbor dispute over property "that does not belong to either" side. Police settled the matter.

A woman called to report seeing a man who appeared to be concealing a rifle under his coat on Child Street. A search turned up nothing.

George A. Silvia, 58, of 42 Croade St., was charged with felony assault and/or battery, vandalism and disorderly conduct, after a caller to 911 reported a disturbance on Croade Street just before 2:30 p.m.

Justin C. Benjamin, 33, of 44 Union St., was picked up on a warrant for disorderly conduct.

A woman reported that money went missing from her purse while she was at a Metacom Avenue establishment.

A Davis Street woman complained after kids set up a basketball hoop in front of her home and started "making a lot of noise." The kids moved the hoop.

A Davis Street woman said a man against whom she'd filed a no contact order had been contacting her.

Friday, May 7

William H. Gilleau, 35, of Pawtucket, was charged with driving with a suspended, revoked or canceled license, third or subsequent offense, after police pulled him over on Market Street at 5:50 a.m.

A DPW worker called the police after a resident left without paying a dump fee. The police contacted the man, who said he would return and pay.

Police got a complaint about an aggressive driver on Metacom Avenue.

Police got a call about an argument between a customer and employee at a Market Street gas station, over the correct procedure to pump gas.

Jenny S. Stanzione, 35, of 24 Federal St., Apt. 1, was charged with driving after the denial, revocation or suspension of her license, first offense, after a stop on Metacom Avenue just before 7:30 p.m.

A juvenile, 17, was arrested on Schoolhouse Road just after 8:30 p.m. and charged with driving without or on an expired license, first offense.

Saturday, May 8

Anglade Benoit, 32, of 700 Metacom Ave., Apt. 231, was charged with driving under the influence of liquor, blood alcohol content unknown, and refusal to submit to a chemical test, after a car stop on Arlington Avenue at 1:21 a.m.

A laptop was reported stolen from a car parked on Maple Street.

A Market Street resident reported receiving threatening messages.

A caller told police that a man defecated on her front lawn just before 10 a.m.

A passer-by saw a man kicking and punching a car on Metacom Avenue, and called police.

A woman called police from Child Street to report that a man hit her before driving away. He might have a firearm in the car, she said.

Police spoke to a group of kids reportedly using vulgar language on Asylum Road just after 5 p.m.

A Touisset Road woman said the driver of a white SUV threw trash onto her lawn.

A group of kids were blocking part of Brady Street, a caller said. Police spoke to them.

Sunday, May 9

Cassandra R. Laurie, 29, of Pawtucket, was charged with driving with a suspended, revoked or canceled license, second offense, after she was pulled over on Market Street at 12:09 a.m.

A caller said her boyfriend's ex-girlfriend was harassing her.

A Child Street man came in to police headquarters and claimed he was being stalked.

A Barker Avenue man reported that his clothes had gone missing. Police determined they were all at the laundromat.


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