Sandwich Police Logs June 23 - 29, 2014

Monday, June 23

Police responded to a car crash at the corner of Route 6A and Beach Plum Circle at 2:09 PM. The crash occurred when Edith P. Huck, 88, of East Sandwich was leaving the parking lot of Momo’s Food Emporium and collided with a vehicle driven by Carol A. Dilliplane, 67, of Sandwich. No one was injured in the collision, but both vehicles needed to be towed, police said. Ms. Huck was cited for failing to yield.

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Police responded to a car crash on Main Street at 2:19 PM. The crash occurred when Charlene Macieo, 43, of Mashpee struck an unoccupied, parked vehicle with the side-view mirror of her vehicle. No one was injured and Ms. Macieo was cited for failing to use care.

Tuesday, June 24

Police responded to a car crash on Route 130 at 4:43 PM. The crash occurred when Cheryl J. Gomes, 45, of Mashpee attempted to take a left-hand turn out of the Coca-Cola bottling plant and collided with a car driven by Michael A. Hastings, 54, of Plymouth. There were no injuries, and Ms. Gomes was cited for failing to yield.

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At 10:29 PM someone walked into the police station to report damage done to their car window. The person told Patrolman John Manley that they noticed their windshield was damaged as they were leaving a doctor’s office on Route 130. While police say it is possible the damage was caused by a BB gun, they were unable to find any evidence of how the damage occurred and there were no witnesses to the incident.

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Wednesday, June 25

At 8:05 AM, Forestdale Bait & Tackle on Route 130 alerted police to a break-in that had occurred overnight. According to police, an undisclosed amount of cash and coins had been taken and entry appears to have been through a screen window. A county criminal investigative officer investigated the scene and a canvass was conducted. The incident remains under investigation.

Thursday, June 26

A resident on Cotuit Road called police at 3:08 PM to alert police to a possible break-in at their home. The person reported coming home and finding items in the home out of place. A dog that had been left inside the home was found outside and one of the screens of the bay window in the front of the house had been pushed out. There were no items found to be missing from inside the home. While police said that the damage was possibly done by the dogs, they still had a criminal investigative officer from the county process the scene. There was no further information available about this incident.

Friday, June 27

Police responded to the scene of a car crash at the corner of Route 130 and Service Road at 5:41 PM. The crash occurred when Paul Coulouras, 75, of Mashpee slowed down as he approached a line of stopped vehicles and his car was rear-ended by John P. O’Borski, 43, of Sharon. No one was injured in the collision. While there were no citations issued, police said that Mr. O’Borski was at fault for the crash.

Saturday, June 28

Police responded to a car crash on Cotuit Road in front of Surf’s Up at 9:35 AM. The crash occurred when Sean M. Gallagher, 23, of Sandwich rear-ended a vehicle driven by Albert J. Russo, 70, of Cotuit. According to police there was one injury reported, but no hospital transport was required. There were no citations issued, but police said that Mr. Gallagher was at fault for the collision.

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At 2:07 PM police received a call from a Bunker Circle resident reporting receiving threatening voicemails and text messages. Police were able to get in touch with the person who had been making the calls and discovered that it was a case of a wrong number: the man thought he had been calling someone else.

Sunday, June 29

At 10:51 AM Patrolman Phillip Anderson responded to a Wood Avenue home where someone had reported damage done to their fence. According to police, it appeared as though someone had driven through the bushes and into the fence at some point overnight. There are currently no suspects in the incident.

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Patrolman Phillip Anderson responded to a call from Jonathan Lane at 12:13 PM, where a resident was reporting a possible break-in attempt. The resident said they found a hole in their garage door. Anderson was unable to determine what created the hole, but said it did not appear to be a break-in attempt.

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Police responded to a caller reporting a suspicious incident on Great Hill Road at 9:06 PM. The caller told police that something that appeared to be a large suitcase had washed up on the shore of Lawrence Pond. An investigation determined that the object was, in fact, a buoy.

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