Officer Daniel O’Connell was dispatched to 118 Waterman Ave. at approximately 10:48 a.m. on April 14 for a report of malicious damage to a vacant property. Upon arrival, O’Connell met with the victim, who said on April 8, the vacant property was maintained by representatives of Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC, and was in normal condition, but upon returning on April 11, it was discovered the front upstairs window had been damaged, and on that date, it would be boarded up. Also discovered in the backyard on that date was the fence gate was damaged and pushed onto the ground. O’Connell said the man told him prior to the officer’s arrival, he entered the vacant property and determined no entry was gained and no additional property damage existed on the inside or outside of the property. O’Connell said at the time of his report, the property was under the supervision of Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC, and was in the process of being sold.
Officer Tammy Mello met with a man in the lobby at Warwick Police headquarters on April 14 that wanted to file a complaint regarding a larceny from his vehicle. The man said he parked his vehicle in front of his residence on Pinegrove Avenue, but when he went to go to work, he noticed the doors were already unlocked and some items were missing, including his wallet, which contained $50, iPhone and various other items. The iPhone was described as a 5C T-Mobile. Mello said it should be noted the man cancelled the phone, and that it appeared the suspect tampered with the locking mechanism on the vehicle.
Officer Tammy Mello responded to the Hillsgrove Texaco Service station at 1965 Post Rd. at 9:16 a.m. on April 28 in reference to a larceny. Upon arrival, she met with the victim, who said upon arriving at work, he noticed the exhaust system had been sawed off a customer’s Jeep Cherokee behind the shop.
Officer Raymond Cox was dispatched to 39 Parade Rd. at 10:48 a.m. on May 4 for the report of a lost or stolen iPod. Upon arrival, he met with the victim, who said she went shopping with her daughter at Old Navy at Warwick Mall around 8 the previous night and she believes that was when her daughter opened the door and her iPod fell out. The iPod was described as a white 16GB iPod Touch, which was entered into NCIC as a lost or stolen item. The woman said she contacted Warwick Mall security but no iPod had been turned in. She said she also checked the parking lot area where they were parked but no iPod was found. No suspects.
Officer Joseph DeDonato II responded to the Wal-Mart at 840 Post Rd. at approximately 11 a.m. on May 1 in reference to a shoplifting. He said the suspects were not in custody but the merchandise had been returned to the store. Upon arrival, DeDonato met with a Wal-Mart Asset Protection associate, who said he observed an unknown white male, described as 5’10”, with black hair, wearing a gray Under Armour sweatshirt, black and red hat, with black pants, select an air compressor in the Hardware Department and make his way to self-checkout, where he paid for an air hammer (valued at $14.99), but the associate said the man failed to pay the appropriate price for the air compressor. The man then left the building. The associate said he confronted the man and attempted to get him to return back into the store but the man refused and walked away. The associate said he observed the man get into a white Chevy Silverado four-door pickup truck, with a second unknown male wearing a black sweatshirt and black hat, that proceeded south on Post Road. DeDonato said the recovered merchandise was valued at $269. After reviewing video surveillance, the associate said it appeared the man removed the UPC code from the $14.99 air hammer and placed it on the $269 air compressor, attempting to pay significantly less for the air compressor. The associate said Wal-Mart was willing to press charges if the suspect were caught. DeDonato said he obtained two still photographs of both subjects and a Be On the Look Out was put out for the vehicle but it was not located.