Tuesday, May 27, 2014
At 12:37 AM, a patrolman pulled over Derek E. Beausang, 23, of East Sandwich for speeding at Quaker Meetinghouse Road and Service Road. After he was identified, it was discovered that there was a warrant for Mr. Beausang’s arrest from the Barnstable District Court. No details about the nature of the warrant are available at this time.
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Police responded to a 911 call at 3:05 PM reporting people taking items from a neighbor’s home on Salt Marsh Road. The caller reported that the owners of the home were not usually home at that time of day and the caller was concerned. An investigation determined that the people at the home were authorized by the homeowners to work on a boat in the driveway.
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Officers responded to the scene of a domestic dispute at 4:56 PM on Harbor Street. Upon arrival, a couple was found to be arguing over property and disagreeing about who owned what. There were no assaults reported, no restraining orders issued, and the incident was determined to be a civil matter. There have been no charges filed in this matter.
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Police responded to a caller reporting a possible break-in on Greenhouse Road at 6:44 PM. The caller claimed they had returned home early in the morning and thought they heard the sound of someone scurrying behind the couch. The person had assumed it was the friend of another occupant of the home, but this was later determined to not be the case. There was no evidence of forced entry and nothing seemed out of place in the home. As a result, police were unable to confirm that there had been an intruder in the home.
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Police responded to a caller at 9:13 AM from Old Fields Road reporting that there had been suspicious activity happening since she broke up with her boyfriend. The caller claimed that her ex-boyfriend has not removed all of his belongings from the home, that she has been receiving calls from a blocked line, and she found a soda can in her mailbox. Officers were able to contact the former boyfriend and advised him to refrain from further contact.
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A person walked into the police station at 2:23 PM requesting to fill out a report for medications that were missing from their home. The missing medications included an anti-depressant and a painkiller. They claimed that over the course of the weekend there were possibly 15 people who had been in and out of the home. Police are waiting on the complete list of names before continuing their investigation.
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Police responded to a caller at 10:58 PM reporting there were two people driving in wild circles in front of their home on Crosshill Circle. Officers determined the incident was a domestic incident stemming from a past relationship with the caller. There was no damage done and no threats were made. Officers spoke with the people doing doughnuts and advised them to stay away from the home.
Thursday, May 29, 2014
Police responded to the scene of a domestic disturbance on Route 130 at 3 AM. A caller claimed that her former boyfriend had shown up at her house and was banging on the door. When officers arrived, the man had already left and they were unable to locate him. It was determined that no assaults had occurred.
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A resident walked into the station at 2:58 PM reporting that their mailbox had been shot at among other suspicious occurrences. Patrolman Adam Trayner spoke with the Noel Henry Drive resident who reported seeing a strange vehicle parked on the street. Patrolman Trayner checked other mailboxes on the street and found small dents that appeared to be caused by a pellet gun. Police are unable to determine who might have done the shooting at this time.
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Police responded to a 911 call at 4:41 PM reporting an 8-year-old child missing from Cove Road near a pond. Sergeant Jason Keene was able to find the child at a neighbor’s house.
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A caller reported people sitting in a car smoking marijuana in the parking lot of Stop & Shop on Quaker Meetinghouse Road at 7:13 PM. When officers arrived at the scene they were unable to find anyone in the vehicle and, due to the department’s computers being down, were also unable to determine the owner of the vehicle.
Friday, May 30, 2014
Police responded to reports of possible threats involving a 13-year-old student from the Oak Ridge School at 2:06 PM. The principal of the school claimed the student had typed up a letter that contained possible threats. The student’s parents were spoken to and School Resource Officer Christa Cabral was advised of the incident. There are no charges pending at this time.
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Police responded to a caller at 7:38 PM reporting an open window at a home on Jonathan Lane. The home was supposed to be unoccupied at the time. It was determined that the home was under construction and there was no suspicious activity occurring.
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At 8:50 PM police received a call from a man requesting that his wife be removed from his home on Short Way. Responding officers determined that the dispute was in regard to a custody issue. There were no assaults reported, no restraining orders issued, and no charges filed at the time of the incident.
Saturday, May 31, 2014
Police responded to a caller from Osprey Lane at 1:11 PM who claimed her husband was refusing to leave her home. By the time officers arrived, the husband had left the scene. The caller reported being involved in a verbal dispute with her husband and was advised of her domestic rights. Police were unable to find the husband at the time of the incident.
Sunday, June 1, 2014
Police responded to the scene of a car crash on Route 6A at 1:02 PM. Robin A. Markovich, 56, of Sandwich was stopped on Route 6A and waiting to turn into the parking lot of the 6A Cafe when her car was rear-ended by another car driven by Doris A. Louden, 79, of Marblehead. There were no injuries in the crash, and Ms. Louden was cited for following too closely.
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Police received a call at 2:12 PM from a woman on Old Fields Road claiming that her 16-year-old son was out of control and shouting profanities at her. It was also determined that her son had punched a hole into the wall. The woman was advised of her domestic rights, no restraining orders were issued, and no charges are pending at this time.