Tuesday, Oct. 15
10:41 a.m. – A resident of Shippeetown Road told police her car was broken into overnight, while it was parked in her garage. The thief took her cell phone, phone charger and a credit card. The car was unlocked and the garage door was left open. It did not appear the thief got into the house.
Wednesday, Oct. 16
5:50 a.m. – Police arrested a Warwick man, 19, for driving with a suspended license after he was stopped because his back seat passengers were not wearing seatbelts on Main Street. Routine checks turned up the license violation. He was issued a District Court summons and told to report to the EG Police Dept. for processing before his court date. A friend arrived to drive the car from the scene.
Thursday, Oct. 17
8:15 a.m. – A Eugene Street resident told police he wanted his house guest to move out after arguing over some work the guest was supposed to complete. The guest said he was trying to find a new place. The owner said the man could stay while he was looking for a new living situation. Police asked the house guest to leave for the night so both men could calm down.
8:11 p.m. – Police were called to Outback Steakhouse because of a dispute between a patron and the staff after the patron was overcharged. According to the report, a father and son were at the restaurant for the son’s birthday. When the bill came, it was $300 higher than it should have been. A discussion about the charge became an argument. Police contacted the father, who said he realized now he should have handled the matter differently and he apologized. The manager said he understood, but that their behavior was upsetting to other patrons so he was going to have a no-trespass order placed on them.