Warren police charge two with underage alcohol possession

Posted 6/29/21

Monday, June 21

Robert Leva, 49, of 162 Market St., was charged with driving with a suspended, revoked or cancelled license, third or subsequent offense, after police pulled him over on Water …

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Warren police charge two with underage alcohol possession

Posted

Monday, June 21

Robert Leva, 49, of 162 Market St., was charged with driving with a suspended, revoked or cancelled license, third or subsequent offense, after police pulled him over on Water Street just after 7:30 a.m.

Police were called to South Cornell Avenue for a neighborhood dispute over the removal of a tree. Police determined it was a civil matter.

Tuesday, June 22

A Park Street man told police that someone struck his parked car overnight.

A man called from Metacom Avenue to report getting into an argument with his girlfriend earlier that morning.

Police dispersed a disgruntled woman from the Warren Town Clerk's Office just after 11:30 a.m.

Ellyn M. Hayden, 42, of Bristol, was charged with driving under the influence of liquor, BAC unknown, driving with a suspended, revoked or cancelled license, third or subsequent offense, and refusal to submit to a chemical test, following an accident on Market Street called in at 12:58 p.m.

Police were called to Parker Street for a child custody matter but advised the parties that it was a civil matter.

A caller possibly unfamiliar with cats' lazy lifestyles called police to report one laying in the yard for an extended period of time. It ran into the woods when an officer approached.

A woman called from Bridge Street to report that a man was at her home and refused to leave. Police arrived and transported him to the bus stop.

Wednesday, June 23

Brian J. Blair, 32, of Cranston, was pulled over on Market Street at 1:31 a.m. and charged with driving with a suspended, revoked or cancelled license, second offense.

Lauliston D. Robinson, 49, of Providence, was pulled over on Market Street at 5:21 a.m. and charged with driving with a suspended, revoked or cancelled license, second offense.

A Brownell Street woman returned home from a trip away and found a cut on her back door that she said seemed intentional.

A Broad Street woman complained that her ex-husband was sending her harassing text messages.

A caller told police that a pickup truck backed into a fence on Lincoln Avenue.

A Metacom Avenue man told police that his downstairs neighbors were knocking on his door and trying to break in. Police spoke to them; they said they were trying to check on his well-being. He called back two more times over the next hour. Police dispatched a rescue to evaluate him.

Rescue crews took a man to the hospital just after 4 p.m. after receiving multiple calls about a disoriented man lying in the grass just off Market Street.

Police drove a woman to her home after the owner of a Metacom Avenue restaurant called police to report that she was intoxicated and might try to drive home on her own.

The fire department extinguished a small open burn on Metacom Avenue after a caller complained that the smoke was entering his apartment. Police spoke to the person doing the burning.

A Vernon Street caller told police that juveniles were disturbing the peace nearby. Police checked it out and said they were just playing loudly.

Thursday, June 24

A woman called to report kids running in and out of yards in the neighborhood. Police sent them on their way.

A caller reported damage to picnic tables and the pavilion at Wood Street.

A Drysdale Street man complained that tools were stolen from his truck.

The assistant director of the Warren DPW told police that several chainsaws were missing from the DPW yard on Birchswamp Road.

Fire and police crews got an alert of a possible structure fire on Market Street at 4:48 p.m. It wasn't a fire, just an open burn close to the residence. Crews extinguished it.

A Brittney Lane woman reported the violation of a no contact order.

A fireworks complaint came in from Wood Street at 9:17 p.m.

A Child Street caller complained about a man yelling and disturbing the peace at 10:20 p.m. Officers located and advised him of the complaint.

Friday, June 25

Nicholas R. Castelli Jr., 54, of Johnston, was pulled over on Main Street at 10:13 a.m. and charged with driving with a suspended, revoked or cancelled license, first offense.

Cows got loose from their pasture on Libby Lane but were soon corralled back in.

A set of Airpods (earbuds) were reported stolen from Child Street.

A Sowamsett Avenue woman asked that police check on the well-being of her boyfriend, who was not answering calls. Police spoke to the man later and he said he didn't want her to have any information on his whereabouts or well-being.

Police got a call about a group of juveniles arguing on the bike path near the Burr's Hill basketball courts.

A pedestrian flagged down an officer at Child and Sanders streets to report an altercation between juveniles nearby.

Police were called to Sisson Street for a neighborhood argument.

Police received an anonymous tip about "crashing, banging and yelling" at a Main Street apartment. Police found no evidence of a disturbance but noted that there were small children inside the apartment.

Saturday June 26

Richard C. Sousa, 54, of Bristol, was picked up in Newport on a Warren warrant for domestic violence/district court violation of a protective order, first offense.

A Wood Street woman called police to report seeing a video of her neighbor kicking her dog. Police said the matter had been resolved.

Sunday, June 27

Two men were charged with possession of alcohol by a minor after police pulled them over on Kickemuit Road at 12:48 a.m. The charged were Caeleb M. O'Blenis, 19, of 514R Child St., and Jayce M. Dodge, 19, of 19 South Grove Ave., Apt. S.

A Cutler Street woman complained about loud music at 12:48 a.m.

Police helped a woman gain access to her home after she called to say she'd locked herself out with food in the oven.

A woman came in to headquarters to talk about an unwanted woman who keeps coming to her home. Police determined it was "a friend who tends to linger."

A Ridgeway Drive resident complained that a neighbor was lighting fireworks.

A Baker Street woman complained of being the target of continual harassment.

 

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