Tuesday, April 29
A concerned person walked into the Sandwich police station to report a swan in the middle of the road on Main Street in front of the Dan’l Webster Inn at 6:20 AM. The swan was possibly injured and moved to the sidewalk. Animal control was notified.
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At 5:47 PM, a walk-in reported damage done to a grave at the Sandwich Town Cemetery. A photograph showed beer cans littering the grave and the person reported numerous other artifacts being found on the grave. Police have added an extra patrol to the cemetery.
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A traffic stop resulted in an arrest at 9:04 PM on Route 130. Sergeant Christopher P. McDermott pulled over Michael J. Normand, 21, of Marstons Mills for speeding and discovered that he was driving with a suspended license. Mr. Normand was charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and speeding. His vehicle was towed.
Wednesday, April 30
Police responded to a residence on State Street at 2:40 PM when a caller reported uncovering a small .32-caliber revolver while cleaning out the home of a relative. When police arrived, the revolver was handed in.
Thursday, May 1
Police responded to a business on Tupper Road at 10:22 AM, where the owner reported a customer making threats. The customer allegedly approached the business owner, threatening to throw them out of a window. A report was taken and there are currently no criminal charges.
Friday, May 2
Police responded to Camp Burgess at 9:06 AM, where a 15-year-old student had allegedly assaulted a counselor. The issue arose when the student was asked not to text during a class. No charges were filed, and the discipline of the student will be handled internally.
Saturday, May 3
Patrolman Adam Trayner spotted a gray Honda Pilot being driven erratically at 2:22 AM on Cotuit Road and stopped the vehicle. Upon approaching the vehicle, he noted that the driver, Rachel L. Noonan, 20, of Sandwich had slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. Ms. Noonan failed field sobriety tests and was transported to the station, where she was booked and bailed.
Sunday, May 4
Sergeant Christopher P. McDermott was driving south on Quaker Meetinghouse Road at 12:57 PM when he observed a Nissan Altima at Exit 3 and recognized the driver as someone whose license had been suspended. He stopped the vehicle, driven by Alison C. Oldfield, 24, of South Dennis and arrested her for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.
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Police responded to a caller reporting that their car had been broken into while fishing at conservation land on Cotuit Road at 3:12 PM. The caller had thought their car had been locked, but an investigation showed that the rear door had not been locked. A wallet was reported missing, and the vehicle was processed.