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DUIs, Vandalism By Teens, 'Cookie Mishap,' Family of Possum Found

The following information was provided by the Warren Police Department. Where an arrest is noted, it does not indicate a conviction.

 

The Warren Police Department reported the following recent arrests and incidents:

Arrested:

  • Adelino Vieira, 46, of 78 Child St., on a charge of driving with a suspended license, following a stop on Metacom Avenue on Apr. 15 at about 1:30 pm. He is scheduled for arraignment in Sixth District Court, Warwick, on Apr. 26.
  • Allison Mathews, 48, of 146 County Road, Barrington, on a charge of driving with a suspended license, following a stop on Main Street on Apr. 15 at about 4:15 pm. She is scheduled for arraignment in Sixth District Court, Warwick, on Apr. 26.
  • Two juveniles, ages 15 and 16, on one count each of conspiracy. Officers also charged the 16-year-old with vandalism after a window on a Main Street property was found broken on Apr. 16 at about 9 am. The teens were released to their parents.
  • Tina Gonzalez, 32, of 146 Main St., on a charge of violating a no-contact order, on Apr. 17 at about 6:30 pm. She is scheduled for arraignment in Sixth District Court, Warwick, on Apr. 26.
  • Mark Lacharite, 48, of 20 Union St., on a charge of disorderly conduct on Apr. 17 at about 8:15 pm. He is scheduled for arraignment in Sixth District Court, Warwick, on Apr. 26.
  • Jennifer Pacheco, 34, of 347 Main St., on a warrant issued for charges of domestic assault and domestic disorderly conduct, on Apr. 18 at about 10 pm. She is scheduled for arraignment in Sixth District Court, Warwick, on Apr. 26.
  • Cody Cabral, 20, of 15 Munroe Ave., Bristol, on a charge of driving with a suspended license following a stop at Market Street and Grove Avenue on Apr. 19 at about 11 pm. He had been serving one years' probation imposed following a no contest plea on March 6 on a charge of driving with a suspended license brought by Bristol Police. Cabral also owes $840 in court costs from two other previous charges of driving with a suspended license.
  • Donald Rainville, 27, of 43 Foster St., New Bedford, MA, on charges of DUI, refusal to submit to a chemical test, and resisting arrest, following a stop at Child and Brady Streets on Apr. 20 at about 1 am. He is scheduled for arraignment in Sixth District Court, Warwick, on Apr. 26.
  • Jennifer Harris, 32, of 46 Warren Ave., on a charge of driving with a suspended license, on Apr. 20 at about 10 pm.
  • Eugene Zommer Jr., 33, of 76 Powhatan St., Warwick, on a charge of DUI, first offense, following a stop on Metacom Avenue on Apr. 21 at about 1 am. He is scheduled for arraignment in Sixth District Court, Warwick, on Apr. 26.
  • Ashley Foerstel, 21, of 50 Green St., Pawtucket, on charges of driving with a suspended license and obstructing police, following a suspicious person report received on Apr. 21 at about 2 am. She is scheduled for arraignment in Sixth District Court, Warwick, on May 10.
  • Antonio Bolarinho, 38, of 25 Winter St., Taunton, MA, on charges of DUI and refusal to submit to a chemical test, following a traffic stop on Wilbur Avenue on Apr. 21 at about 5:30 pm. He waived extradition at a hearing on Apr. 21, and is scheduled for arraignment in Sixth District Court, Warwick, on May 10.

Other reports:

  • Police reported a fire on Apr. 15 at about 11:30 pm on Main Street that was apparently caused by what was described as a "cookie mishap."
  • A woman reported her laptop stolen on Apr. 16 at about 4:45 pm.
  • Officers found spray paint on the south side of a building on Main Street on Apr. 17 at about 1 am. Police reports note that the officers contacted Hiram Jamiel Sr. to advise him of the matter.
  • A man reported that he found a bicycle on Brown Street on Apr. 17 at about 9:45 am. Officers secured the bike at headquarters.
  • On Apr. 18, officers responded to a residence on Market Street for a report of a tenant returning a year after he'd been evicted and asking about mail that may have been delivered there. With no mail found at the apartment, officers ordered the man to leave the property.
  • Police received a call about two bicycles stolen from an address on Main Street on Apr. 18 at about 1:45 pm.
  • Officers responded to Park Street on Apr. 20 at about 10:30 am to disperse a group of juveniles who were playing paintball in the area.
  • Following an animal complaint called into police on Apr. 20 at about 12:45 pm, the Warren Animal Control officer returned a pit bull to its owner on Child Street.
  • On Apr. 20 at about 3:30 pm, officers dispersed someone who had fallen asleep in the grass at Liberty Street School.
  • A resident of Wood Street called police on Apr. 21 at about 12 noon to report finding a possum and its babies in a box located in their garage.
Jack Baillargeron April 25, 2013 at 12:06 AM
Were the possum's playing possum. Just wondering ;-}

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