Friday, November 28

5:43 PM: Officers responded to the Bayberry House for a woman who was making suicidal threats. She continued to make suicidal and homicidal threats in front of officers. As a result, she was transported to the emergency room for a mental health evaluation and treatment. Police were advised that they had no beds available; therefore she was transported to the Cape Cod Hospital.

Monday, December 1

1:21 AM: A officer reported that he had struck a deer on Quaker Road. The crash was very minor with no injuries and slight damage to the driver's-side grille. The deer ran off after being struck.

2:24 AM: A 911 caller stated that there was someone in his home and he feared for his life. Police determined the man was under the influence of drugs. As a result, he was placed into protective custody and transported to Falmouth Hospital for treatment.

10:56 AM: Police responded to a group home on Palmer Avenue for a resident who was chasing staff members around and not following house rules. Upon arrival, officers interviewed those involved and contacted Bay Cove Human Services to assist. The subject in question was subsequently removed from the home and transported to a crisis center run by Bay Cove.

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