From Oct. 22 to Oct. 28, the Jamestown Police Department responded to 411 calls for service, resulting in 250 security checks of vacant homes, businesses and public buildings.
The police also responded to 15 emergency calls, four car accidents, seven animal complaints resulting in two citations, one parking complaint, and eight alarms. There were 39 traffic stops, resulting in one arrest and five traffic citations.
• Sean P. Seigel, 23, of Green Lane, Jamestown, was charged Oct. 22 for a bench warrant issued from 2nd Division District Court in Newport. According to police, Seigel was arrested at home without incident. Seigel was transported to the police station where he was processed. Seigel was then taken to court for arraignment.
• David C. Harpool, 25, of Hamilton Avenue, Jamestown, was charged Oct. 26 for a bench warrant issued from 2nd Division District Court in Newport. According to police, Harpool was arrested following an investigation on Beavertail Road. Harpool was transported to the police station where he was processed and arraigned by a justice of the peace. Harpool was released after posting bail. A court date was scheduled for Nov. 1 at 2nd Division District Court in Newport.
Manuel Castro, 34, of Rosedale Avenue, Providence, was charged Oct. 25 with driving with an expired license. According to police, Castro was pulled over on Route 138 for not wearing his seat belt. Castro was issued a citation and released at the scene. A court date was scheduled for Nov. 8 at 2nd Division District Court in Newport.
• On Oct. 22, a disoriented motorist was found sitting in a vehicle on Route 138. The subject was transported by ambulance to Newport Hospital.
• On Oct. 22, police responded to Bay View Drive for a burglary. A resident reported a boat was entered but nothing was taken. There are no suspects.
• On Oct. 25, a resident reported that a dog was bitten by coyotes on East Shore Road.
• On Oct. 26, a resident reported there was an aggressive dog at Fort Wetherill. No action was taken.