Mashpee Police Logs June 25 - July 2, 2014

Wednesday, June 25
5:11 PM: A patrolman responded to a residence on Great Neck Road South after the report that a real estate sign had been stolen from the property.

Thursday, June 26
2:08 AM: Officer Alexander Xiarhos issued a criminal application to Ashlyn N. Paredes, 22, of North Falmouth for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license after he pulled the driver over on South Sandwich Road. Ms. Paredes will be summoned to court for the infraction.
10:45 AM: Following the report of a disturbance on Gleneagle Drive, officers arrested Herman A. Andrade, 35, of East Falmouth, on a warrant from a Barnstable District Court for intimidating a witness. Mr. Andrade was the victim of a shooting in March in the same house where this disturbance took place, police said.
2:53 PM: The head chef of a restaurant at South Cape Village reported that he believes an employee of the restaurant stole approximately $300 from unlocked lockers in the restaurant. The chef filed for a no trespass on the alleged thief.
7:42 PM: A woman reported at the Mashpee Police Station lobby that someone had harassed her.
7:58 PM: The owner of a car reported that while parked at a business on Route 130, someone scratched the vehicle with a key.

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Friday, June 27
12:39 AM: Police cited Molly E. Wakefield, 24, of East Falmouth for operating a motor vehicle with a revoked license after they pulled her over on Lowell Road. She will be summoned to court for the criminal offense.
3:20 AM: Police responded to Sea Mist Resort on Great Neck Road South for the report of a disturbance and a noise complaint. Police reported that no one was arrested but the issue was resolved.
11:12 AM: The driver of a vehicle that crashed into a guardrail and utility pole on Quashnet Road was transported to Falmouth Hospital for injuries. He was cited for a marked lanes violation.

Saturday, June 28
1:45 AM: Officer Michael Moulis arrested three juveniles at Coast Guard Beach for malicious destruction after a man reported that a group of youths were throwing rocks at his car parked in a sandpit near the beach.

Sunday, June 29
12:54 AM: A patron of Zachary’s Pub on Great Neck Road North called police and reported that he paid for drinks at the bar but did not receive the drinks in return. During the call, an acquaintance of the man took the phone and apologized to police for his friend’s behavior.
8:27 AM: Officer William Cuozzo charged, but did not arrest, seven college students with malicious destruction of property. They had slept the night on South Cape Beach and had used a lifeguard stand as fuel for a fire. Officer Cuozzo reported that the seven agreed to pay for a replacement of the smoldering stand. A town conservation agent found the seven sleeping on the beach in the morning.
12:49 PM: A resident on Cordwood Road reported they saw suspicious youths gathering at Popponesset Beach. An officer responded and said that one of the individuals was looking for their lost cellphone.
2:06 PM: Patrolman Meredith Allen-Our arrested Patrick J. Martins, 18, of Southborough after she found him inside the closed Kenneth C. Coombs Elementary School on Old Barnstable Road. A burglar alarm sounded in the school and Ptl. Allen-Our responded to the area where she found Mr. Martins. Mr. Martins said that he wanted to explore the school and needed a drink of water.

Monday, June 30
2:06 PM: A resident of Jeep Place reported that someone stole their cooler that had an iPod Nano inside.
3:33 PM: Patrolman Meredith Allen-Our issued a criminal application to Peter R. Kinslow, 25, of Pocasset for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.
5:01 PM: Officer Christopher Giuca arrested Jacob D. Henry, 19, of Forestdale after he attempted to purchase alcohol from a liquor store on Route 28.
7:44 PM: Patrolmen Meredith Allen-Our arrested Eric M. Gifford, 45, of Marstons Mills after he attempted to steal $265 worth of groceries. Mr. Gifford said that he pretended to scan the groceries after the battery on a hand-held scanner died.

Tuesday, July 1
2:11 PM: A resident of Paddock Way reported that an unrestrained pig was on her New Seabury property. An animal control officer responded.
4:50 PM: Police responded to CVS/pharmacy in the Mashpee Commons after receiving a report that someone was yelling, swearing, and flailing his arms in the store. Police arrested the man, whom they identified as Michael D. Dugre, 24, of Hamden.
10:25 PM: A woman from Lakeside Trailer Park said that another woman flicked a cigarette ash onto a baby carriage that her child was inside.

Wednesday, July 2
1:45 AM: A resident of the Briarwood Association reported that children were in the area acting disorderly and were launching fireworks. Police did not locate the offenders.

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