From Feb. 26 to March 4, the Jamestown Police Department responded to 346 calls for service. Of those calls for service, officers performed 184 security checks of vacant homes and businesses.
The police also responded to 14 emergency calls, two animal complaints, three parking complaints and two alarms. There were 49 traffic stops, resulting in one arrest and 13 traffic citations. Ten of those tickets were issued by officers assigned to a state enforcement program.
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Judith C. Patterson, 60, of Prospect Street, Jamestown, was charged Feb. 26 with disorderly conduct. According to police, the arrest was the result of an investigation at 1322 North Road after threats were reported. Patterson was transported to the police station where she was processed and arraigned by a justice of the peace. A court date was scheduled for March 1.
Trevor Campbell, 34, of Plum Point Road, North Kingstown, was charged with DUI and second offense refusal to submit to a chemical test. According to police, the arrest was the result of a traffic stop on Route 138 westbound. Campbell was transported to the police station where he was processed and arraigned by a justice of the peace. A court date was scheduled for March 8.
• On Feb. 19, officers were dispatched to Skysail Court for a possible burglary. According to police, there was no actual entry, but the property owner said they heard noises in the garage. Police believe it was a domestic issue.
• On Feb. 23, two old radar detectors were taken from an unlocked vehicle on Watson Avenue. There are no suspects.
• On Feb. 27, a Conanicus Avenue resident reported that tax documents were stolen from the mail sent from the post office.
• On March 3, a coat, books and gloves were taken from an unlocked vehicle on Conanicus Avenue. There are no suspects.