Thursday, October 1

Police responded to the scene of a car crash at the intersection of Route 28A and Foster Howard Road at 8:15 AM. According to police, the crash occurred when Carissa McCarthy, 44, of Seekonk pulled out of Foster Howard Road and collided with a vehicle that was driving along Route 28A. No one was injured, and Ms. McCarthy was cited for failure to yield.

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A caller from State Road got in touch with police at 9:10 AM to report their paycheck was stolen from their mailbox and subsequently cashed. The caller had notified their employer, who sent a second check, which they then cashed. Police determined that the caller’s significant other had retrieved the first check from the mailbox and cashed it on the caller’s behalf and that it was not stolen after all. The caller will have to determine a repayment plan with their employer.

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Police were called to Colonial Road at 9:27 AM when a resident reported someone was taking pictures of their home. Police said the photographer was taking pictures of the home for real estate purposes.

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A Shore Road resident contacted police at 10:09 AM to report a canoe had been stolen from their property. No suspects have been identified at this time.

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Police were called to Mashnee Road at 11:28 AM when a homeowner reported the house they were selling had been broken into. Police said several antique doorknobs, a set of a table and chairs, and a couple of bicycles had been stolen. No suspects have been identified at this time.

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A caller from Marian Lane contacted police at 6:48 PM to report a customer was refusing to pay their cab fare. Police said the fare was paid and the customer was not identified.

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Police were called to Clay Pond Road at 7:45 PM when someone reported people were stealing firewood from a business. Police arrived and found a vacant truck parked next to a wood pile inside a locked gate. All was determined to be in order.

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A caller from the intersection of Mashnee Road and Mooring Road contacted police at 10:14 PM to report seeing a group of people congregating suspiciously in a parking lot. No one was there when police arrived.

Friday, October 2

A caller from the East Rotary contacted police at 8:37 AM to report seeing a heavy chair in the roadway. The chair was removed.

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Police responded to the scene of a suspected overdose in Bourne at 11:45 AM. As a result of the incident, a resident was taken to an area hospital.

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Police found a small encampment behind a Sandy Lane address at 12:42 PM. The resident of the camp will be advised of the town bylaw.

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A caller from Sandy Lane got in touch with police at 3:15 PM to report someone had returned to the encampment. Police said no violation had taken place and the person was sitting in the woods eating food.

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A Dorothy Way resident contacted police at 4:35 PM to report someone had used their information to file an unemployment claim. The incident is under investigation.

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A caller from Midway Road contacted police at 7:57 PM to report seeing a suspicious vehicle parked for several hours with a flashlight positioned on the dashboard of the vehicle. Police spoke to the vehicle’s owner and found they were waiting on a tow truck.

Saturday, October 3

Police were called to Kendall Rae Place at 2:34 AM when the manager reported a lot of noise coming from one of the guest rooms. Police spoke to the guests, who said they would be quieting down.

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Police responded to the scene of a car crash on Sandwich Road at 9:05 AM. Police said the crash occurred when Kristy Mancuso, 36, of Kingston was exiting the parking lot of the Gallo Ice Skating Rink and crashed into an oncoming vehicle. Ms. Mancuso, her passenger, and the driver of the other vehicle were all transported to area hospitals with minor injuries. Ms. Mancuso was cited for failure to yield.

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A caller from Macarthur Boulevard contacted police at 9:35 AM to report a deer ran into the side of their car. The driver was not injured, but the deer had to be put down.

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Police were notified of a hit-and-run crash that took place on the Bourne Bridge around 12:13 PM. Police said a driver who has not been identified sideswiped the mirrors of several vehicles as they traveled over the bridge. No suspects have been identified at this time.

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A caller from Route 28A contacted police at 1 PM to report their license plate had fallen from their car at some point between their house and Stop & Shop. The caller did not want to speak to an officer but asked to be notified if the license plate was found.

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Police were called to Indian Trail at 2:42 PM when someone reported having an issue with paragliders over their home. Police said the paragliders were gone when they arrived.

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A caller from the intersection of Shore Road and Circuit Avenue got in touch with police at 4:51 PM to report a dark vehicle had followed them to a North Falmouth neighborhood from Circuit Avenue. The caller found it suspicious but did not want to speak to an officer.

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Police responded to the scene of a car crash at the intersection of Shore Road and Beach Street at 6:44 PM. Police said the crash occurred when David Howe, 30, of Bourne attempted to pass a vehicle on the left and crashed into the driver’s side of the vehicle. Mr. Howe continued to drive on after the crash. He was identified as the driver the next day and was cited for improper passing, leaving the scene of property damage and a marked lanes violation.

Sunday, October 4

A caller from Eldridge Avenue Extension contacted police at 10:35 AM to report a neighbor had several unregistered vehicles on their property. Police said the owner of the vehicles has been given one week to either remove the vehicles from the property or get them registered.

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Police were called to Deseret Drive at 2:16 PM when someone reported seeing multiple people playing chicken with cars in the road. Police said the people were gone when they arrived.

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A caller from High Meadow Circle contacted police at 3:34 PM to report people were fighting in a parking lot. Police said the argument involved neighbors fighting about a parking space. Peace was restored.

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A caller from Tara Terrace contacted police at 9:16 PM to report a group of people were having a large bonfire. Police said the group had a cooking fire going and would extinguish the fire for the evening.

Monday, October 5

Police responded to the scene of a car crash at 12:46 PM. Police said the crash occurred when Barbara Semple, 60, of Pocasset lost control of her car while turning and struck a telephone pole guy wire. She was evaluated by paramedics at the scene. No citations were issued.

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Police responded to the scene of a car crash at the intersection of the Scenic Highway and Edgehill Road at 3:57 PM. Police said the crash occurred when Liam Markham, 20, of Marstons Mills lost control of his vehicle while attempting to change lanes, causing him to strike another vehicle. No one was injured, Mr. Markham’s car was towed, and he was cited for a marked lanes violation and an unsafe lane change.

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A caller from Main Street contacted police at 5:49 PM to report a truck driver had been parked in the parking lot for more than five days. Police said the truck’s owner thought they were allowed to park overnight and left the area without incident.

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