From June 4 to June 10, the Jamestown Police Department responded to 417 calls for service. Of those calls, officers performed 222 security checks of vacant homes, businesses and public buildings.
Police also responded to 13 emergency calls, five motor-vehicle accidents, 12 animal complaints resulting in one violation being issued, eight parking complaints and nine alarms. There were 30 traffic stops, resulting in two arrests and three citations.
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Robert B. Hillier, 49, of Ship Street, Jamestown, was charged June 6 with DUI of .15 or greater. According to police, Hillier was pulled over on Seaside Drive. The defendant was transported to the police station where he was processed and held overnight. A court date was scheduled for June 7 at 2nd Division District Court in Newport.
Kathryn M. Gee, 25, of Robinson Street, Wakefield, was charged June 9 for having an outstanding bench warrant issued from 4th Division District Court in Wakefield. According to police, Gee was pulled over on North Road. The defendant was transported to the police station where she was processed and held overnight. Gee was later transported to court.
• On June 4, police responded to Sampan Avenue after a dog was hit by a car. The animal died following the accident.
• On June 4, police responded to Battery Lane for a disorderly dispute between a father and daughter. The juvenile was transported by police to her mother’s house. No charges were filed.
• On June 5, police located trash dumped on Eldred Avenue. There are no suspects.
• On June 6, police responded to Clinton Street for a disorderly dispute between a Bridges employee and a client. No charges were filed.
• On June 6, police responded to Frigate Street after a motorcycle operator lost control and crashed his bike. Witnesses say there was no foul play. The operator was transported to Newport Hospital.
• On June 6, police responded to Swinburne Street for a roaming, unlicensed dog. The owner was fined.
• On June 6, police responded to Narragansett Avenue following a harassment complaint. No charges were filed.
• On June 6, police responded to Hull Street following a complaint of harassing text messages between teenagers. No charges were filed.
• On June 10, police responded to Melrose Avenue for a playground fight between two 10-yearolds. No charges were filed.