Thursday, February 13
9:32 PM: Police administered three doses of Narcan and multiple rounds of CPR to revive a man who overdosed on fentanyl. The first officer at the scene, a business parking lot, observed the unconscious man next to a car. After the three doses, his pulse returned and fire department medics arrived and took over his care. The man and woman on scene would not relay what occurred. Fentanyl and a loaded needle were located and seized.
12:58 PM: A Rhode Island man was placed into protective custody after wandering and stumbling around the Falmouth Plaza area. Officers were able to contact an in-patient program in Plainfield that Kevin W. Lasarzig, 42, of Warwick, Rhode Island, was scheduled to enter. The treatment center sent someone to transport him to the program.
Friday, February 14
3:49 PM: Mashpee and Falmouth police responded to a multiple car crash on route 151. There were no serious injuries; however, three cars were towed. A man was cited for failing to yield.
3:53 PM: A crisis intervention agency called and reported an adult man was making threats to kill himself. He was located in a Teaticket restaurant and transported to the emergency room by the fire department.
Saturday, February 15
3:21 PM: Police and fire responded to an overdose on Natal Avenue. A man had been given Narcan prior to arrival of police and then fled the area in a car. No one on scene would cooperate with the police.
3:48 PM: Richard McGrath, 33 of Falmouth was cited for operating under the influence of alcohol, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and other related offenses after he crashed his car into a utility pole. Both the pole and car were damaged. Mr. McGrath was transported the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. A large amount of edible marijuana products were found in his car. He will be facing charges for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.
5:42 PM: Medics revived a man who overdosed on fentanyl at a home on Leonard Drive. He was transported to the hospital for further treatment.
Sunday, February 16
12:51 PM: Officers responded to Teaticket Highway near Clipper Ship Apartments for a car that knocked down a utility pole sending the high tension wire across the roadway and onto the car. Upon arrival officers learned that the operator was uninjured; however, he was directed to stay in the car until it could be confirmed that there was no power at the pole. Eversource responded and confirmed that power was not going to the pole involved. Once the operator was safely removed from the car, the roadway was re-opened.
Monday, February 17
11:08 AM: A driver who was going the wrong direction hit a car on Ox Bow Road, sending two 8-year-olds to the emergency room for what appeared to be minor injuries. Vasiliki Stravropoulos, 77, from Weston was cited for a one-way violation and negligent operation.
12:25 PM: Police reported a two-car crash on Route 151. The vehicles were blocking the road and one vehicle was towed. There were no injuries.
Thursday, February 20
5:56 AM: Police received a report of a single-car crash at Woods Hole Road near Rex Lane. An investigation revealed that the operator fell asleep and struck a fire hydrant. The fire department was called to treat the operator’s minor injuries and contain a small oil and fuel spill. The car was towed from the scene and the operator was cited for a marked lanes violation.