Warren police logs: Sisters charged with assaulting each other

Posted 7/7/21

Monday, June 28

A call about an injured bunny drew police to Brady Street at 8:20 a.m.

Police were called to Ridgeway Lane for a custody matter.

A Wood Street woman asked police intervene …

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Warren police logs: Sisters charged with assaulting each other

Posted

Monday, June 28

A call about an injured bunny drew police to Brady Street at 8:20 a.m.

Police were called to Ridgeway Lane for a custody matter.

A Wood Street woman asked police intervene after discovering that her husband was trying to change the locks on her.

A man called from Market Street to report an issue with his girlfriend. Police arrived and noted that the man agreed to leave for the night.

Richard C. Sousa, 54, of Bristol, was charged with violating a district court protective order, first offense.

A Beach Street resident complained at 8:30 p.m. of loud machinery. The caller called back five minutes later to report that no more assistance was needed as the machinery had been shut down.

A Summit Drive man told police that his mother had stolen his alcohol. Police said mother and son were able to work out their differences.

A fireworks call came in from Frank Court.

A Child Street woman asked for help with her children, who had gotten into it.

A caller reported that the drivers of two cars were involved in a road rage dispute at Water and Miller streets just before 11 p.m.

Tuesday, June 29

An officer working a detail at Main and Water streets called the station to turn in a found pocketbook. The owner later retrieved it from headquarters.

Police spoke to the driver of a Nissan Pathfinder after a caller reported it swerving northbound on Market Street just before 10:30 a.m.

A caller alerted police to an elderly man walking in and out of traffic on Market Street. Police checked it out; he was just on his morning walk for coffee.

A caller reported that a man was continuously entering and exiting a porta-potty on Water Street, yelling all the while. He told officers he had misplaced an item in the restroom and was just trying to find it.

Fireworks calls came in from several areas of town.

Wednesday, June 30

An Arlington Avenue woman reported having a disagreement with her boyfriend. Police arrived and took the man to his parents' house.

Police and officials from DEM came out to Metacom Avenue for a report of an injured deer. The animal control officer released the animal just before 8:30 a.m.

Two sisters were charged after police were called to Federal Street for a fight just after 2 p.m. Charged with domestic violence/simple assault and/or battery, and domestic violence/disorderly conduct were Emma R. Lambert, 19, and Katrina A. Lambert, 21, both of 10 Federal St.

Police dispersed an unruly customer from a Main Street store.

An Alex's Drive man complained that landscapers damaged his windshield with their equipment. Police noted they agreed to make restitution.

Harbor patrol members assisted a man whose boat got hung up in a mooring line in the Warren River around 5 p.m.

A woman complained about online harassment. Police told the caller how to block the offending party.

Thursday, July 1

An Arlington Avenue woman reported getting into an argument with an ex.

Police got word that a man was banging on car windows and asking for money around 2 p.m. on Main Street, at Water. Police looked for but could not locate him.

Police sent two children on their way after they were spotted playing in a flooded ditch on Hope Street just after 4 p.m.

A man came in to headquarters just after 6:20 p.m. to report being yelled at by another man upset that he parked in a no parking zone.

Cows got loose around Sachem Street and Bay Road. The owner was contacted and rounded them up.

Friday, July 2

Officers called a wildlife rehabilitation expert to help with a turtle found injured at Market Street and Palmer Avenue.

Police gained access to a locked car on Kinnicutt Avenue after the owner reported inadvertently locking the doors with a dog inside.

A caller complained about kids acting unruly and swearing on Broad Street just before 7 p.m.

Multiple fireworks calls came in from across town.

Saturday, July 3

A loud music complaint came in from Cutler Street at 12:43 a.m.

Catalytic converters were reported stolen from three vehicles parked on Commercial Way.

Two people reported arguing in a Market Street backyard at 8:29 a.m. were just talking loudly, police determined.

Police got a call that a Bay Road resident cut down a neighbor's tree without permission.

DPW crews moved a tree limb off of Touisset Road after it fell at approximately 6 p.m.

Multiple fireworks calls came in from across town.

A Child Street man reported that his cell phone might have been stolen, but he later clarified that he'd just lost, then found, it.

Police advised a group on Fairview Avenue to quiet down after a complaint about their party came in at about 11 p.m.

Jadon Neves, 35, of 40 Coomer Ave., was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, BAC unknown, and refusal to submit to a chemical test, after police pulled him over on Coomer Avenue at 11:48 p.m.

Sunday, July 4

Police were called to Croade Street for a neighborhood disturbance just before 11 a.m.

A Market Street woman called with concerns that her son may have been assaulted by a neighbor earlier in the morning.

Tools were reported stolen from Davis Street.

Patricia A. Scienzo, 76, of Riverside, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, BAC unknown, and refusal to submit to a chemical test, after police pulled her over on Water Street at 6:17 p.m.

Multiple fireworks calls came in from across town.

Police told a group on Federal Street to extinguish their fire after receiving a complaint just before 11 p.m.

Fire crews doused a blazing trash can on Water Street just before midnight.

 

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