Police arrested a Concord Street resident on charges of assault and battery Monday at 11:46 p.m., after he allegedly threw a bag of pills at his girlfriend and pushed her to to the ground.
Officers responded to 276 Concord St. for a call reporting a domestic assault, and found Andrew Bartlett, 33, of 276 Concord St., standing outside with a cut on his arm.
He said his girlfriend had locked him out and thrown an air conditioner at him. The girlfriend, meanwhile, said she locked him out after an argument they had became physical. She said he threw a bag of pills at her and pushed her to the ground. She said he then tried to break back into the house through a window, and tried pulling out the air conditioner.
Officers returned to a foreclosed-upon house at 5 Homan's Court Monday at 9:25 p,m. after they found four people in it on Saturday.
Police checked the house, which their report states was abandoned, and initially found no one in it./
But two people arrived while they were there.
Officers had seen the two when they responded to the residence over the weekend.
One said he had been paying rent to stay in the residence, but could not produce the landlord's phone number, or rental agreement. Police told the two to stay out of the residence or face arrest if they came back.
The officers spoke with the former owner who said the property was foreclosed on July 4, and the two men had helped him move out. He said he paid them for that, and that was the last he saw of them. Police called the bank, New York Mellon, and asked them to secure the building.
Officers arrested George Schlichte, 53, of 73 Witham St., on charges of drunken driving after he backed into a car on Parker Street near Pratty's.
Police responded to the accident, reported Monday at 9:28 p.m., and found that a woman backing out of the Three Lanterns Marine had backed into Schlichte, who, at the same time, was backing out of Pratty's.
Police said they smelled alcohol on Schlichte, and asked him to preform field sobriety tests. Police reports say he failed them, and was arrested.
Police received a call for a well being check at the Fitz Henry Lane House at 7:14 a.m. Monday, and found four reported homeless people sleeping near the stone house and warned them to stay out of the area.
Paramedics responded to an unattended death at 67 Poplar Park Monday. Officers and paramedics found a woman in her bedroom, dead of natural causes, at 1:07 p.m. on Monday. Officers notified her next of kin and Greely's Funeral Home.
A man driving on Shepard Street called police and said that, while he was stopped in front of 2 Shepard St., a man driving a blue SUV came out and yelled at him saying he was tailgating him.
The man allegedly took a swing at the caller and missed before he drove off. Police ran his license plate through the system, but could not find the vehicle Monday at 4:05 p.m.
Paramedics transported a Washington Street resident to Addison Gilbert Hospital at 4:44 a.m, Monday.
Officers dispersed a group from Millet Street at 12:02 a.m.