After two 911 hangups and no answer when police called back, a patrol car was dispatched to Warren Street at 7 p.m. Feb. 21. Officers found children running around not wanting to eat dinner who had tried to call 911 on their mother.
Feb. 20: A caller unable to retrieve belongings from a Warburton Avenue residence at 10:16 p.m. called police on the former roommate, who allowed retrieval of half and promised access to the rest.
Feb. 21: Police investigating a fight between two Rivertowns Taxi drivers discovered one was driving with a suspended license. He was charged with a third-degree vehicle and traffic misdemeanor.
Feb. 22: When the driver pulled alongside a patrol car to ask for directions on Factory Lane at 3:40 p.m., a suspicious odor caused officers to investigate. The driver had an expired license and was issued a summons. A plan to impound the car after one passenger was discovered to have a license with 18 suspensions was scrapped when a second passenger produced a valid license.
Feb. 24: A resident of Broadway reported all four hubcaps stolen from his car, a 2011 Impreza, sometime between 11 a.m. that morning and 10 p.m. the night before.
Feb. 25: Police who followed up a call about youths drinking inside a suspicious black car on Cochrane Avenue at 10 p.m. reported the quartet was waiting for a friend and drinking iced tea.
Feb. 26: A Clarence Avenue resident reported at 1:07 p.m. that two German Shepherds running free in the neighborhood bit his dog while his wife was walking it. Police spoke with the owner of the two dogs about complying with the leash law.
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