Monday, Sept. 30
6:36 p.m. – A Lafayette Drive resident complained to police that his neighbor had removed a fence between their properties that was on his side of the property line. He has since installed a new fence. Police said it was a civil matter; the man wanted to document the incident.
Wednesday, Oct. 2
7:25 a.m. – Police followed up on a report of a Shippee Road resident possibly running a landscaping business out of his home. The owner of the property spoke with police and told them he had bought a farm. Because this is a zoning issue, police forwarded the report to the town’s building official.
4:44 p.m. – A Maplewood Drive resident told police a neighbor’s dog followed she and her husband home from a walk and that this was the second time it had happened. She said she feared the dog. The report was handed over to the animal control officer.
Saturday, Oct. 5
2:15 a.m. – A North Kingstown resident told police her car was vandalized while it was parked outside Outback Steakhouse sometime between 4:30 and 11:30 p.m. Friday. She said there was a scratch on the driver’s side from the door to the fender.
Sunday, Oct. 6
1:08 a.m. – Police arrested Jordan Andrew Leveille, 20, of Duke Street for assault, obstructing police and resisting arrest, after he allegedly hit two men. Police were called to 234 Main Street on a noise complaint and found several people in the parking lot behind the building. Two men, one from EG and one from Warwick, told police Leveille had assaulted them. Leveille was told by police to sit down and wait while the two men were interviewed, but he fled. Police caught him but he continued to struggle so he was put in handcuffs.The two men said Leveille hit them after they tried to intervene in a fight earlier in the evening.