From Sept. 3 to Sept. 9, the Jamestown Police Department responded to 486 calls for service, resulting in 201 security checks of vacant homes, businesses and public buildings.
The police also responded to 17 medical or fire calls, one motorvehicle accident, 11 animal complaints resulting in one citation, six parking complaints, and four alarms. There were 76 traffic stops, resulting in one arrest and 14 traffic citations. Eight of the tickets were issued by officers assigned to a state enforcement program.
• Kenneth F. Camadeco, 59, of Narragansett Avenue, Jamestown, was charged Sept. 4 with a bench warrant issued from 2nd Division District Court in Newport. According to police, officers were told of the warrant and picked up Camadeco at his home. Camadeco was transported to the police station where he was processed. Camadeco was then taken to the Adult Correctional Institute in Cranston.
• Barbara Rodriguez, 32, of Sunbury Street, Providence, was charged Sept. 7 with a bench warrant issued from 4th Division District Court in Wakefield. According to police, officers learned of Rodriguez’s warrant after they were dispatched to Broad Street for loud noise. Rodriguez was transported to the police station where she was processed. Rodriguez was then transported to the Adult Correctional Institute in Cranston.
Catherine R. Cabral, 20, of East Shore Road, Jamestown, was charged Sept. 5 with driving under the influence of alcohol, refusal to submit to a chemical test, resisting arrest, and possession of marijuana. According to police, Cabral was pulled over on Seaview Drive for swerving back and forth over the fog line. Police say Cabral was physically fighting officers and trying to get away as they were taking her into custody. Cabral is also accused of refusing to get into the police cruiser and trying unsuccessfully to kick the rear window out. Cabral was transported to the police station where she was processed and arraigned before a justice of the peace. Cabral was released after she posted bail. A court date was scheduled for Sept. 13 at 2nd Division District Court in Newport.
• On Aug. 27, a Providence Avenue resident told police her window screen was cut. There are no suspects.
• On Aug 27, police responded to Narragansett Avenue after an elderly man fell and struck his head. The subject was transported to Newport Hospital.
• On Aug. 27, police responded to Cumberland Farms on North Road for an “extremely” intoxicated male. The subject was transported to Newport Hospital.
• On Aug. 29, police responded to a harassment complaint on Conanicus Avenue. The dispute was over the use of a vehicle. No action was taken.
• On Sept. 2, police responded to a dispute between two people on Clinton Avenue. The subjects were both intoxicated and arguing. No action was taken.