From July 2 to July 15, the Jamestown Police Department responded to 472 calls for service. Of those calls, officers performed 225 security checks of vacant homes, businesses and public buildings.
The police also responded to 11 medical or fire calls, seven automobile accidents, 13 animal complaints resulting in one citation, 12 parking complaints and nine alarms. There were 58 traffic stops, resulting in six traffic citations being issued. Four of the tickets were issued by officers assigned to a state enforcement campaign.
Hit and run
Ashley Dusablon, 30, of Carnation Street, Pawtucket, was charged July 9 with leaving the scene of an accident resulting in a damaged vehicle. According to police, the accident occurred in November 2012. Dusablon was identified as the driver within a few days of the incident, and an arrest warrant was issued by the Jamestown Police Department. Dusablon was arrested on the warrant by Pawtucket police last week, who took her into custody. Jamestown police responded to the warrant and transported Dusablon to the police station in Jamestown, where she was processed and arraigned before a justice of the peace. She was released after posting bail. A court date was scheduled for July 12 at 2nd Division District Court in Newport.
• On July 8, police received a call about someone throwing eggs at parked cars on Hull Street. There are no suspects.
• On July 10, police responded to Carr Lane for a vehicle that hit a street sign and fled. The operator was later located and a citation was issued.
• On July 10, a bike was found at East Ferry Wharf that was reported missing years ago. It was located by the owner and returned on the scene.
• On July 11, police responded to East Ferry Wharf for suspicious activity. Police say a boat was broken into while docked. Nothing was taken. The matter is under investigation.
• On July 12, police observed a dog chasing a jogger on Beavertail Road. The officer impounded the dog for violation of the leash law. The owner later claimed the dog, and was charged an impound fee and issued a citation for no leash.
• On July 14, a car parked at Fort Wetherill State Park for 10 minutes was keyed. There are no suspects.