Thursday, July 8

6:45 AM: A 911 caller reported a single-car crash on Route 28 North, near Route 151. There were no injuries. The ramp was briefly closed to allow for removal of the car from a ravine.

10:53 AM: Officers were dispatched to the Mayflower Apartment complex on Lakeview Avenue to check the welfare of an elderly woman who had not been seen for several days. Police found the woman on the floor and called the fire department medics. The apartment conditions indicated the woman was not able to care for herself adequately. She was transported to the hospital for a mental health evaluation.

7:08 PM: Officers were dispatched to the tennis courts at Falmouth High School for a report of a man exposing himself to two teenagers. The youths had limited information about the suspect and his vehicle. It is under investigation.

7:58 PM: A man overdosed at the Gosnold Grove Apartments. He was allegedly dragged from a residence and a female acquaintance transported him to the East Falmouth fire station where the medics revived him. They transported him to the emergency room. While the responding to the overdose incident, officers found that Tiah R. Anzivino, 26, of East Falmouth had an outstanding arrest warrant and placed her in custody.

9:16 PM: A caller reported that he needed assistance from the police because he was unsure where he was. Officers located him along East Falmouth Highway and found him to be intoxicated on alcohol and drugs. He was placed in protective custody.

Friday, July 9

1:11 AM: A 94-year-old woman was found dead at a Seapit Road home. At this time, the death does not appear suspicious.

2:44 AM: Police took custody of a French bulldog and held him at the police station while its owner was transported from the Falmouth Inn to the hospital. The owner was later released and took custody of her pet.

10:06 AM: Officers responded to the Falmouth Mall for a disorderly person on a transit bus. Officers arrived and discovered a 21-year-old man with three outstanding arrest warrants. William A. Engler, 22, of Oak Bluffs was placed in custody and transported to the police station for booking. The man was in a manic state and detoxing from narcotics.

1:16 PM: Officers responded to Falmouth District Court after a prisoner threatened to kill himself. He was transported to the emergency room for a mental health evaluation.

9:16 PM: One of the owners of Liam Maguire’s Pub reported that a woman showed signs of impairment and he was concerned that she would drive. Officers found that a combination of lack of sleep and alcohol was the cause. She went home via cab.

9:43 PM: A person reported that her intoxicated friend went missing from the Flying Bridge Restaurant about three hours prior. The missing woman said that she was going to the ladies room and never returned. She was eventually located outside of the restaurant.

Saturday, July 10

2:50 AM: A woman at the Green Harbor Motel called 911 and reported that her boyfriend’s friend may have taken drugs and was very combative. Officers determined the man was under the influence of a narcotic believed to be Xanax. He was brought to the the hospital.

3:30 AM: A Teaticket Highway resident reported that three people were trying to steal her dog. No one was trying to steal the dog; however the officer believed the woman was having a mental health crisis. The officer stayed with her until she self-administered her prescribed medication for her mental health condition.

3:31 PM: A caller reported a man in a fetal position in the back of a car parked near Walmart. Medics found him taking shallow breaths and in need of medical assistance. He admitted to using drugs and voluntarily went to the emergency room.

Sunday, July 11

1:16 AM: A caller from the Falmouth Raw Bar said that a group of people in front of the establishment appeared to be in a heated exchange that was escalating to a physical fight. Several officers responded. The subjects had already fled.

3:49 PM: Marine and environmental services officers euthanized an injured deer that had been hit by a car on Sandwich Road.

9:46 PM: Officers responded to a Great Harbors residence for the report of a suspicious vehicle continually driving by and stopping in front of her home. Officers located the vehicle as it was leaving the area and stopped it. The driver, Zachary J. Nahigian, 29, of Falmouth, was found to be intoxicated on alcohol and drugs. Police arrested him and charged him with OUI liquor, second offense; OUI drugs, negligent operation, open container of alcohol, open container of marijuana, and failure to stay within marked lanes.

Monday, July 12

1:24 AM: Police searched for a man reported to be missing from Falmouth Heights. An extensive search did not yield results, but the man returned on his own in the early daylight hours and he was confirmed to be in good condition by the investigating officer.

2:35 PM: Officers were dispatched to an Edgewood Drive home for an unwanted guest. An on-scene investigation revealed that the resident’s daughter had returned home and was not wanted on the property. It was reported that she had broken a window to gain entry to the home. There was also an outstanding warrant for her arrest issued out of the Falmouth District Court. Eryn G. Flanagan, 22, of East Falmouth was placed in custody and transported directly to court on the warrant. She will be summoned for the destruction of property charge.

Tuesday, July 13

12:55 PM: Police placed in protective custody a man after he was intoxicated and disorderly at the emergency room.

6:08 PM: A caller reported that he had received a disturbing call from a relative, during which she indicated she may be suicidal. He also stated that she indicated that she was at West Falmouth Market when she called him. Police found her at Chapoquoit Beach. She was transported to the hospital for a mental health evaluation.

11:08 PM: A hospital staff member requested police assistance with a mental health patient who was highly agitated. The person was sedated.

Wednesday, July 14

2:19 AM: The Inn on the Square night clerk called 911 and reported that a man and woman were trying to break into the building. Police determined the man was intoxicated and homeless. He was knocking on room doors and police took him into protective custody. The woman was not found.

5:18 AM: A caller reported an unresponsive woman on the front lawn of the Cape Cod Apartments. She was identified as the woman from a previous incident at the Inn on the Square. She was intoxicated and was transported to the hospital.

Thursday, July 15

12:16 AM: Sandwich Police Department reported that a woman picked her friend up from an East Falmouth address and brought her to her house in Sandwich because the friend worried that she was “drugged.” An ambulance transported the woman to Cape Cod Hospital. The woman stated that she had smoked marijuana with a man and had half a beer when she “felt weird” and asked him to leave. The woman was coherent and speaking clearly to the officer on a phone follow-up, and the friend informed Sandwich police that the woman suffers from bipolar and does not usually smoke marijuana. At this time it seems unlikely the woman was drugged but the incident is being investigated and documented.

8 PM: A caller reported that her vehicle was parked at the bogs on John Parker Road for several hours after she was transported by ambulance to Falmouth Hospital. When she returned in a taxi, she discovered that her vehicle had been broken into. The vehicle’s windows were left slightly open, and it appeared someone utilized a stick to unlock the vehicle through the open window. The vehicle owner’s purse and wallet were taken from the vehicle. The incident remains under investigation.

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