Thursday, June 26
8:51 AM: An employee of Teaticket Market on Teaticket Highway reported that a man in his 50s stole a bottle of vodka and then left on a black mountain bike, heading toward the center of town.
12:04 PM: Alexandra Wilkinson, 64, Turner Road, East Falmouth, failed to stop in time while driving north on Sandwich Road and crashed into a car driven by Kathleen M. Lumsden, 49, Wheeler Road, Mashpee. Ms. Lumsden had stopped for other vehicles turning onto Boxberry Hill Road, East Falmouth.
12:14 PM: Patrolman Chad A. Leighton arrested Tiarah C. Geggatt, 20, Glenwood Avenue, Falmouth, for shoplifting from Ocean State Job Lot on Teaticket Highway. Ptl. Leighton saw the woman leaving the store with what he said was a bulky backpack. He confirmed with the store manager that three large bottles of chemicals for pool treatment were stolen.
2:31 PM: An employee of All-Cape Towing on Thomas B. Landers Road reported that a customer drove away from the East Falmouth tow-yard with his vehicle without paying. Police have a suspect in the case and said that the man opened a fence into the yard and then drove off while giving the tow-yard the thumbs up. Police said that possible charges will follow.
2:54 PM: Police arrested Kristin A. Sullivan, 27, Churchill Drive, Falmouth, without incident for an active warrant from Falmouth District Court for assault and battery, and warrants from a Wareham court for shoplifting, resisting arrest, larceny and assault and battery.
5:58 PM: Jessia J. Dean, 17, Ostrom Road, Waquoit, collided with a vehicle driven by Taylor L. Waugman, 16, Andrews Street, East Falmouth, when Ms. Dean pulled onto Old Barnstable Road from Old Meeting House Road, East Falmouth.
6:39 PM: Police assisted a Locustfield Road, East Falmouth, resident who attempted to get an emergency restraining order.
6:46 PM: A resident of Teaticket Highway reported that someone stole their cellphone.
Friday, June 27
1:04 AM: Falmouth Fire Rescue responded to a report that a man at a residence on Cedar Meadows Lane, East Falmouth, had overdosed with prescription medication. Firefighters spoke with the alleged overdose victim and reported there were no signs of an overdose.
8:32 AM: An employee of Beachside Village on Surf Drive reported that a guest in the hotel said a credit card and $60 in cash were stolen. Police have no suspects.
9:01 AM: An employee of Teaticket Market reported that the bottle of vodka stolen the previous day was returned to the store. Police responded but the man had left the store. Shortly thereafter, police located the man, identified as Thomas E. Donelan III, 60, of Teaticket Highway, walking by the Falmouth Public Schools Administration Building. Police arrested him on a warrant out of Falmouth District Court for assault and battery. The manager of Teaticket Market confirmed that it was the same man who had fled the day before on a mountain bike with a stolen bottle of vodka.
11:40 AM: Lalise O. Melillo, 71, Stone Wall Lane, Falmouth, while pulling into a Palmer Avenue parking lot near the Falmouth Hospital traffic lights, collided with a vehicle driven by Scott A. DeLuca, 44, of Rockport. A truck driver stopped in the opposite lane had waved to Ms. Melillo to enter in front of him. Because of the size of the truck, police said that Ms. Melillo could not see Mr. DeLuca traveling around the truck.
11:50 AM: A dog that had escaped through an open window was returned to its home on Bonito Avenue, Waquoit, after another resident located it.
4:39 PM: Police arrested Donna Buchanio, 51, of Franklin for disturbing the peace and interfering with a police officer, and Linda L. Bevelander, 50, Lake Leamon Road, Falmouth, for disorderly conduct and assault and battery during a domestic dispute on Lake Leaman Road, Falmouth.
4:59 PM: Police reported that Trevor G. Proulx, 17, from Bedford, failed to stop in time while on East Falmouth Highway and collided into a slowing car driven by Martine McDermott, 40, Rockville Avenue, East Falmouth.
5:29 PM: Firefighters transported a 24-year-old man to Falmouth Hospital from Cahoon Court, Falmouth, for what was reported as an overdose.
11:54 PM: Police responded to the report of loud music from a restaurant on Davis Straits. Police reported that the area was quiet upon their arrival.
Saturday, June 28
12:20 AM: A resident of Sally Lane, East Falmouth, reported that a tall man wearing blue gloves stole a bike, a lawn mower and other tools from her garage and then sped off in a two-door coupe. The resident said she woke up from a nap and made eye contact with the man before he fled. Police have no suspects at this time and reported $1,700 in stolen property.
1:09 AM: Police brought Lorenzo Balbuena, 54, of Buzzards Bay into protective custody after they found him allegedly intoxicated near Waquoit Highway.
1:31 AM: Police arrested Rafael Hernandez Jr., 38, Carl Landi Circle, East Falmouth, for assault and battery during a domestic dispute on Carl Landi Circle.
6:31 AM: Patrolman Tyler Narbonne saw a motorist fail to stop at a stop sign on Hatchville Road and Sam Turner Road. After pulling over the driver, Ptl. Narbonne arrested the man, identified as Christopher J. Aiken, 26, Vidal Avenue, East Falmouth, for a third offense of operation of a motor vehicle with a revoked license.
11:52 AM: Police reported that Scott S. Tuttle, 44, Bourne Street, East Falmouth, crashed into a stopped car driven by Raegan D. Silvia, 17, Pine Street, North Falmouth at the traffic lights on Davis Straits. Ms. Silvia’s vehicle then lurched forward and struck a vehicle driven by Gloria J. Joseph, 66, Sandwich Road, Teaticket. Police reported no injuries.
12:20 PM: Police responded to a report of a group of people yelling at cars and harassing shoppers in the Falmouth Mall parking lot. One in the group, later identified as Scott C. Wallace, 23, Mattapan Street, East Falmouth, began swearing at police as they arrived. Police let him go, initially, but later arrested him for two charges of subsequent offense of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after he started another disturbance on Maravista Avenue and Hamilton Street.
12:42 PM: A raccoon was found in a dumpster at the Police Athletic Activities League building on Brick Kiln Road, East Falmouth.
6:08 PM: Police issued Fawn M. Pierce, 33, of Dartmouth a citation when she failed to stop at the intersection of Seacoast Shores Boulevard and Columbus Drive, East Falmouth, and was struck by a car driven by Colleen M. Brady, 55, of Washington, DC. A passenger from Ms. Pierce’s vehicle, a New Bedford resident, was rushed to Falmouth Hospital.
7:54 PM: Police and firefighters assisted what was reported as an unresponsive person on Gunning Point Road.
11:39 PM: An employee of a Spring Bars Road, Falmouth, business reported that a car had been broken into.
11:39 PM: An employee of a Main Street inn reported that someone smashed in a rear window of a vehicle in their back parking lot and stole a backpack that contained a computer and other valuables. Police reported $1,900 in stolen goods and damages from the incident.
11:59 PM: An employee of the same Main Street inn reported that two bikes had been stolen from another car parked in their lot for a combined value of $500.
Sunday, June 29
1:24 AM: Patrolman Melissa Martin responded to the softball field on Route 151 after she witnessed fireworks going off. She spoke with passengers in a car parked nearby and noticed that one individual clutched a bag which she noted in a report seemed suspicious. She eventually searched the vehicle and found an open bottle of vodka and other alcohol, smoking devices with marijuana residue, a digital scale, plastic baggies normally associated with dealing narcotics, 20 grams of marijuana, and illegal fireworks.
Police charged a passenger in the car, identified as Leo J. Anzivino Jr., 22, King Street, Falmouth, with possession to distribute a Class D drug, possession of open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, and unlawful possession of fireworks.
2:20 AM: Police were dispatched to Sandwich Road, East Falmouth, for a young man screaming in a residence. Police eventually brought Anthony M. Bocchetti, 37, of Nathan Ellis Highway, Mashpee, into protective custody.
12:50 PM: Police saw the driver of a vehicle travel at a high rate of speed in the wrong lane on Carriage Shop Road, East Falmouth. Police stopped the driver, Shawn M. Claudio, 19, Teixeira Lane, East Falmouth, and arrested him after they found he was in possession of what was believed to be heroin.
3:58 PM: Police assisted a resident of Judy Ann Drive, East Falmouth, when Ksenia L. Michelsen, 24, Judy Ann Drive, East Falmouth, violated a restraining order.
6:25 PM: Firefighters transported a 25-year-old man and a 25-year-old woman to Falmouth Hospital after the report of an overdose from Davis Straits, Falmouth.
6:48 PM: Police received the report of a dead or injured coyote on North Falmouth Highway and referred the caller to the Department of Natural Resources.
7:30 PM: Detective Robert A. Murray saw a man speeding, weaving through traffic, and committing other motor vehicle infractions while riding a motorcycle on multiple East Falmouth roads. Det. Murray will summon the man he recognized to court for 10 motor vehicle infractions.
8:52 PM: Police arrested Michael Bresnahan, 48, Shore Street, Falmouth, after he appeared intoxicated and refused to pay his tab at a restaurant on Main Street.
9:24 PM: Firefighters administered Narcan to a 49-year-old Falmouth man and transported him to the emergency room from a residence on Tuckernuck Way, East Falmouth.
10:59 PM: Police cited Genna L. Romiza, 17, Old Menauhant Road, East Falmouth, after she attempted to pull into a Cumberland Farms parking lot and cut off another vehicle on East Falmouth Highway. Kenna B. Melkonian, 18, Quaker Road, North Falmouth, collided into Ms. Romiza’s vehicle. Ms. Romiza was transported to the emergency room.
Monday, June 30
12:02 AM: The owner of an unlocked vehicle parked on Jones Road, Falmouth, reported that someone stole $600 in gift cards as well as credit cards and other items from the vehicle.
6:46 AM: An employee of the Holiday Inn on Jones Road reported that someone broke into a car parked at the hotel and stole leftover Chinese food, a bag of dirty laundry, baseball bats and sunglasses.