Monday, April 21
Police responded to a car crash at Route 6A and Carleton Drive at 8:56 AM. Margaret W. Kirsch, 81, of Centerville was traveling west on Route 6A when Cathryn G. Weber, 17, of East Sandwich attempted to enter Route 6A, causing the collision. Ms. Weber was cited for failure to yield. There were no injuries reported.
Tuesday, April 22
Officers responded to a three-car crash on Route 6A at 11:51 AM. A vehicle driven by Lisa M. Baker, 45, of Sandwich was stopped and Richard Fryer, 42, of Freetown had stopped behind her. A third vehicle, driven by Mackenzie Fitton, 18, of North Attleboro was unable to stop in time and collided with Mr. Fryer, causing his vehicle to collide with Ms. Baker’s. There were no injuries reported and no citations were issued.
Wednesday, April 23
At 10:41 PM, a caller reported her 14-year-old son as missing since 8 PM. The child was entered as missing into the state computer and a search was conducted. The boy was located at 7:30 AM the following morning walking in Cotuit. He was transported home and released into custody of his parents.
Thursday, April 24
Police responded to a call from Robin Road reporting a domestic incident at 7:06 AM. A female victim reported harassment and verbal abuse from her husband. She was advised of her domestic rights and will be going to court to file for a restraining order.
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Officers responded to a car crash at 3:29 PM at Shawme Avenue and Water Street. A vehicle driven by Eugene Lyczynski, 55, of Halifax was stopped on Shawme Avenue and a second vehicle driven by Cedar Hickey, 17, of Marstons Mills was stopped behind him. While stopped, Mr. Lyczynski put his car into reverse, causing a collision with Mr. Hickey resulting in heavy front end damage. There were no injuries reported and Mr. Lyczynski was cited for failing to take care while backing up.
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Police responded to a female caller reporting that her boyfriend was hallucinating in the basement at 8:06 PM on Asa Meiggs Road. The incident was determined to be a verbal domestic incident; both parties were advised of their domestic rights, and the boyfriend decided to spend the night at the home of a relative.
Friday, April 25
Officers responded to the scene of a home break-in on Blackthorn Path at 4:40 PM. The owner of the home was working on remodeling the home as an investment property and noticed several tools missing. An investigation found pry marks on the side door and the bulkhead unlocked and open. Among the missing items are a 5-foot ladder, 3-foot standup lights, and a power tools set. There are currently no suspects.
Saturday, April 26
Sergeant William R. Patton approached a gray Toyota Camry parked on the side of Route 130 at 1:55 AM. The driver, Michael A. Krathwohl, 24, of Ipswich claimed he believed his car had a flat tire, but Sgt. Patton observed him to be slurring his speech and noticed the smell of alcohol. Mr. Krathwohl took a number of field sobriety tests, which he failed. He was charged with operating under the influence which is a second offense for Mr. Krathwohl.
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Police arrived at the scene of a burning vehicle near the 13th hole of Sandwich Hollows at 10:30 AM. The vehicle was discovered to be a Ford F-150 pickup truck that had been reported missing from Barnstable at 9 AM. Barnstable police were notified of the vehicle being located, the Sandwich fire department was notified of the arson, and a criminal investigation was conducted. There are no suspects at this time.
Sunday, April 27
A female caller reported a domestic disturbance at 7:16 PM on Anchor Drive. The caller claimed that her 21-year-old daughter had returned home drunk and was verbally assaulting her. Patrolmen responded and determined that no assault had taken place.