Wednesday, October 17, 2018

10:08 PM: Falmouth Fire Rescue requested assistance with two intoxicated people at a residence on Teaticket Highway. A Falmouth police officer responded. An intoxicated man involved requested voluntary transport to the hospital.

10:16 PM: A caller reported a woman in a recovery house had assaulted another resident. The caller requested police response, as the two parties were screaming at each other. Police arrived and discovered the woman in question had an outstanding arrest warrant out of Worcester. Police arrested Michalla R. Cipro, 28, of Worcester on the warrant. During the booking process, police located heroin in her property, resulting in a charge of possession of a Class A drug.

Thursday, October 18, 2018

1:14 PM: Falmouth District Court contacted the police department to request that a man at Falmouth Hospital be taken into custody on a Section 35 warrant. He was taken into custody and transported to the courthouse without incident.

Friday, October 19, 2018

8:25 AM: Police responded to the area near Falmouth Hospital to check on the welfare of a man who walked out of the emergency room before being fully treated. Responding officers located the man, who said he was frustrated with the service he was receiving at the hospital. He refused to go back. Police transported him to his mother’s house in Mashpee.

2:31 PM: Police responded to Teaticket Highway following a report of an intoxicated woman. They located the woman and placed her into protective custody.

8:07 PM: Officials from the state Department of Children & Families arrived at the Falmouth Police Station lobby and requested assistance in checking on a 6-year-old Teaticket boy due to a report they received from his school. When they arrived at the residence, the parents were intoxicated and uncooperative. The child was removed from the home. Officers preserved the peace without further incident.

9:15 PM: A Barnstable County deputy sheriff observed an erratic and speeding motor vehicle on Alphonse Street. During the resulting traffic stop, the driver was given field sobriety tests. Police determined he was intoxicated and arrested Shane A. Sacchetti, 31, of Mashpee for operating under the influence of liquor (second offense), negligent operation of a motor vehicle and speeding.

Saturday, October 20, 2018

1:05 AM: Officers responded to a silent 911 call from a Carriage Shop Road address known to police for medical history. Although there was a vehicle in the driveway, no one answered at the door. Officers checked the property and residence. They determined that no one was home and all appeared to be in order.

6:59 PM: Police responded to Acapesket Road following a report of a drunk man knocking on doors. Officers also found a car crashed in the area. A deputy sheriff assisting the police located an intoxicated man walking in the area. Police arrested the man, Ronald S. Hazelton, 49, of Southwest Meadow, East Falmouth, for operating under the influence of liquor (fourth offense), negligent operation of a motor vehicle and leaving the scene of property damage.

Sunday, October 21, 2018

5:18 PM: Officers responded to a Teaticket residence following a report of an overdose. Police determined an adult woman had intentionally overdosed on prescription medications in an attempt to kill herself. She was transported to the emergency room by fire rescue.

6:47 PM: A two-car crash was reported at the Jones Road and Gifford Street intersection. Both cars required towing. One driver was issued a citation for failing to stop at a red light. No serious injuries were reported.

7:51 PM: A caller reported that a relative of an ex intentionally rammed her car in her driveway when she pulled in to argue with her. She will be charged with leaving the scene of a crash.

8:12 PM: The clerk at the Teaticket Cumberland Farms reported a drunk man in the store stealing condiments. Police found him to be extremely intoxicated, and he acted hostile toward police. Police transported him to his residence in Maravista, but there was no one there to take care of the man. Police placed him into protective custody and transported him to the Falmouth Police Station.

8:18 PM: A one-car crash was reported on Thomas B. Landers Road. The operator, who police suspect was drunk, fled prior to police arrival. A K-9 track was conducted, with negative results. The car owner later called in the car as stolen. A police investigation determined the owner was the driver of the car and intentionally called in a false larceny. He will be issued a criminal citation for negligent operation of a motor vehicle.

Monday, October 22, 2018

3:03 PM: Officers responded to an adult residential mental health treatment facility following a report of an out-of-control woman. Officers determined she needed a mental health evaluation. She kicked and punched officers and attempted to kick out the police cruiser windows. She was left in the care of hospital security.

3:05 PM: Police and fire rescue responded to the intersection of Old Barnstable Road and Carriage Shop Road for a reported hit-and-run crash involving a pedestrian. Responding officers determined the pedestrian was suffering from a medical issue and had not been struck by a car. The police gave him a ride home.

5:52 PM: Police responded to a crash involving a car and a pedestrian at the Maravista Extension and Carriage Shop Road intersection. There was minor damage to the car, but no injuries were reported.

8:25 PM: Officers responded to Route 151 following a report of an injured coyote on the side of the road. The coyote was suffering from a severe injury and in obvious distress. With a supervisor’s approval, the coyote was euthanized.

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