From May 7 to May 13, the Jamestown Police Department responded to 421 calls for service. Officers performed 223 security checks of vacant homes and businesses. Police also responded to 13 emergency calls, eight animal complaints, five parking complaints and 14 alarms. There were 51 traffic stops, resulting in one arrest and 12 traffic citations.
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Helio Brauna, 19, of Keneberma Road, Worcester, Mass., was charged May 7 with driving without a license. He was pulled over on Route 138 westbound at 6:35 a.m. Brauna was transported to the police station where he was processed and released with a summons. A court date was scheduled for May 17 at 2nd Division District Court in Newport.
• Police received a call April 25 about damaged mailboxes on Seaside Drive. There are no suspects.
• Property stakes were taken April 25 from a Prospect Street yard. Police say it’s part of an ongoing dispute between neighbors.
• Police responded April 26 to a trespassing accusation by a Fort Wetherill Road resident. Police say it was a family dispute and a no- trespass order was issued.
• Police responded April 26 to Fort Wetherill after receiving a call for a small amount of blood on the ground. Police found nothing else suspicious at the scene.
• Police were dispatched April 27 to Route 138 after a deer was struck by a motor vehicle.
• Two mailboxes were struck by a vehicle April 27 on America Way. Police identified the driver and ordered restitution be paid.
• A roaming dog was picked up by police April 27 on Seaside Drive. The animal was impounded and a fee was imposed to the owner.
• Police responded April 27 to a disorderly disturbance on Stern Street. Police say an estranged husband confronted his wife and another male. There was no physical altercation and the husband was warned.
• Two vehicle tires were slashed April 27 on Stern Street. There are no suspects.
• Police responded April 28 to a suspicious person on the corner of Beach Avenue and Spindrift Street. Police say the subject was suffering from PTSD combined with alcohol. The person was subdued and transported by rescue to the hospital.
• Police responded April 29 to a suspicious person at Beavertail State Park. Police say the subject was very intoxicated. The person was transported by rescue to the hospital.
• Police responded May 1 to Cutter Street for an ongoing family dispute. There were no charges filed.
• Tire tracks were found May 3 on the front lawn of a Summit Avenue residence. There are no suspects.
• Police responded May 5 to a complaint of people fishing on a private pond on Intrepid Lane.
• Police responded May 5 to the Jamestown Bridge for a possible jumper. Boaters in the area later pulled a 39-year-old woman from the water. The subject was transported by rescue to the hospital. She is in critical condition.
• Police identified both parties involved in a hit-and-run accident May 10 on Conanicus Avenue. Both vehicles suffered minor damage.
• Police responded May 11 to vandalism to a car on Norman Road. A suspect was identified and the case remains under investigation.
• A roaming dog on Grinnell Street was returned by police to its owner on May 13.