Thursday, August 8

5:44 PM: Falmouth Police and Fire Departments responded to a Davis Straits residence on a medical call. Officers found a woman to be extremely intoxicated. She was placed into protective custody and transported to the emergency room.

6:25 PM: Emergency room staff reported the woman from the previous call was acting disorderly. Police responded, placed the woman in protective custody and transported her to the police station.

7:01 PM: A Kenyon’s Corner business reported a woman had come into the business and made odd and incoherent statements before leaving and walking across the street. Officers located the woman, who was intoxicated. Police served her with a letter of no trespass from the business and transported her to a Seacoast Shores residence.

Friday, August 9

2:33 AM: An officer located a car parked at the North Marine on Falmouth Heights Road. The two 17-year-old passengers said the driver, also a juvenile, had fled when he saw the cruiser. They admitted to consuming a small amount of alcohol during the evening. The two teenagers were transported home. The mother stated the boys were supposed to be sleeping over at a friend’s house.

4:35 PM: Officers responded to Old Silver Beach following a report of an intoxicated man. Officers found the man, who was drunk, and transported him to the police station. He was picked up at the station by a relative.

4:49 PM: Police responded to a two-car crash on Falmouth Heights Road. One car required a tow.

5:57 PM: Officers responded to a Waquoit residence following a report of an intoxicated man. He was transported to the emergency room for treatment.

6:28 PM: Police responded to Main Street, where are woman was stumbling in traffic. She was placed into protective custody.

7:25 PM: Officers responded to a Teaticket convenience store for a drunk and disorderly person. He was transported to a Waquoit residence.

8:57 PM: Police responded to the East Falmouth Highway, where an intoxicated man was in the road. He was transported to an East Falmouth residence and left in the custody of a sober person.

10:18 PM: Officers responded to a Waquoit sober house following an opioid overdose. The man was revived and transported to the emergency room by the fire department.

10:43 PM: Neighbors reported a loud party in Great Harbors. They advised it was an ongoing issue at the residence. Responding officers found a loud party with underage drinking. The parents were uncooperative until they realized hosting an underage drinking party was illegal. The underage youths’ parents were contacted and they arranged for rides. The parents responsible for the residence will be summoned to court for procuring alcohol for minors.

Saturday, August 10

6:41 AM: A caller reported that his car’s tires had been slashed, as had his Zodiac inflatable boat.

11:30 AM: Police responded to a Main Street business regarding a disturbance. Upon arrival, they located a man attempting to leave in a car. Police arrested this man, John H. Thompson, 52, of Centerville, for operating under the influence of liquor (second offense), disorderly conduct and assault. During the booking process, Mr. Thompson stated he was having trouble with his blood-sugar levels. He was transported to the hospital for treatment.

3:25 PM: Police responded to the Woods Hole Steamship Authority following a traffic complaint. Traffic was backing up on Woods Hole Road. Police found vehicles were attempting to turn around in the Steamship Authority lot, which is under construction, causing the delay.

6:41 PM: Officers responded to the area of Menauhant Beach following a report of a missing 23-year-old autistic man. He had walked away from his group and have been missing for 15 minutes. Officers searched the area, locating him near the Inn Seasons Resort. He was reunited with his family.

8:14 PM: Officers responded to the area of Menauhant Beach where a large group of young women were congregating in the parking lot. The caller believed they were underage and drinking alcohol. Upon arrival, officers found one woman in an intoxicated state. She was placed into protective custody. On the ride to the station, she began to bang her head into the partition in the cruiser. She made statements indicating that she wanted to harm herself. Police transported her to the hospital for treatment.

10:56 PM: A Teaticket Highway resident reported a disturbance in her front yard. Officers arrived and determined that two male guests were fighting in the yard. Both will be summonsed to court for assault & battery. Due to a high number of incidents at the residence this summer, the homeowner will be summonsed for being a keeper of a noisy and disorderly house.

11:17 PM: A Massachusetts Court resident stated a black Dodge pickup truck drove over a part of his yard.

11:24 PM: A caller stated the occupant of a Dodge pickup threw eggs at his car. The investigating officer followed up with the parents of the 18-year-old male who was driving the truck as well as the victim. A resolution was agreed upon.

Sunday, August 11

3:53 AM: The fire department reported an intoxicated man who appeared confused outside of the station. He had walked off. Shortly later, he knocked on the door of a nearby Pine Street residence. Officers responded and placed the man into protective custody.

7:18 AM: The Falmouth Hospital emergency room staff reported a man was causing a disturbance. Police assisted the man, who had been discharged six hours earlier, in arranging a ride home.

12:09 PM: Police responded to a two-car crash on West Falmouth Highway near Braeside Road. The fire department also responded and transported an injured party to Falmouth Hospital. One car was towed.

3:01 PM: Officers responded to a Main Street business, where an intoxicated man was sitting outside on the curb. Officers located the man and placed him into protective custody.

Monday, August 12

6:48 AM: Police responded to a two car crash with an injury near the intersection of Old Barnstable Road and the East Falmouth Highway. It was a rear-end collision. The fire department transported one person to the hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. Both cars were towed from the scene. One driver was cited.

10:57 AM: Officers responded to Corte Real Avenue residence following a complaint by a neighbor. Officers determined there was a mental health issue and transported a woman to the hospital for an evaluation.

12:21 PM: Officers placed a man into custody on a mental health court order. He was transported to Falmouth District Court.

4:53 pm: Police responded to a two-car crash at the Falmouth Mall access way. Both cars were heavily damaged and required a tow. Both operators reported minor injuries, but refused medical treatment. One driver was cited.

6:22 PM: A caller reported a car being driven erratically on Route 151. The caller stated the car was continuously swerving into oncoming traffic before pulling into the Speedway convenience store. As the responding officer approached the area, a car swerved almost completely into her lane. She followed the car, catching up near the Sandwich Road fields. The car was the same reported by the caller, and the officer determined the driver was impaired. Police arrested James C. Burke, 24, of Hillcrest Drive, Falmouth, for operating under the influence of drugs, reckless operation of a motor vehicle, fail to stop for police, unsafe operation of a motor vehicle, possession of Class A, B and E drugs, possession of an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and a marked lanes violation.

8:37 PM: The manager of the East Falmouth CVS reported a disorderly man in the store who was trying to shoplift. Police identified the man and the video confirmed he had shoplifted. No charges are being filed, but the man was issued a letter of no trespass from the store.

10:06 PM: Officers responded to Falmouth Hospital following a report of a drunk and disorderly man. Less than a month ago, the same man had assaulted emergency room personnel and was charged for the offense. He was found to be drunk and disorderly again. The friend who brought him there was advised she could bring him to Tobey Hospital. Though he remained argumentative, the man left with her without further incident.

Tuesday, August 13

1:18 AM: A caller stated she knows Floyd Black, the missing man from Barnstable, and believes he may be at her summer residence in Seacoast Shores. Officer checked the residence, but Mr. Black was not located in the home. Another officer checked the area using an infrared thermal imaging camera, but he was not found.

1:48 AM: A truck driver reported an intoxicated man trying to start a fight at a Main Street convenience store. An officer found the man sitting in front of the store. Police determined he had accused the store clerk of stealing his car, and then demanded to see the surveillance video. The clerk refused, and the man attempted to push him aside. The man them apologized to the clerk, offered to arm wrestle him and then offered him cocaine. The man was placed into protective custody and then searched. A white powder consistent with cocaine was found in his pants pocket. Police arrested Sean B. Murphy, 37, of Andover, for possession of a Class B drug.

12:09 PM: Officers responded to the beach at the end of Antler Shores Drive, where a young woman was wearing very little clothing and walking around aimlessly in the rain. Officers arrived and located her sitting in a dinghy. She wouldn’t speak to the officer and was shivering. The fire department responded and transported her to the hospital for treatment and a mental health evaluation.

3:54 PM: Police responded to a two-car crash on Sippewissett Road. There was disagreement between the two drivers, and officers restored the peace. One car required a tow.

5:15 PM: A relative requested a welfare check for a family member at a Pinecrest area residence. Officers found the woman in her home, unconcious but breathing. The woman was transported to the emergency room by ambulance.

5:42 PM: Officers responded to Lorraine Avenue for a fight. Officers arrived and found a man bleeding from his head. The fire department responded and transported the man to the emergency room. All parties involved were still on scene. Police determined it was a consensual fight, which the participants wanted to record with the goal of making the video go viral on Youtube.

8:10 PM: A caller reported a woman was making suicidal threats. The woman was transported to the emergency room for a mental health evaluation.

Wednesday, August 14

4:06 PM: Officers responded to a Woods Hole residence to meet with a Bay Cove employee and assist with a mentally ill woman. The woman was committed by Bay Cove and transported to the emergency room by the fire department.

7:16 PM: Police responded to a crash at the hospital lights involving a car and a motorcycle. Initial reports indicated both vehicles fled the scene. Both were located. The fire department responded to check injuries that the motorcyclist had sustained. He refused treatment. The car driver was found to be at fault in the crash.

9:26 PM: Walmart staff reported their loss prevention employee was being assaulted by a shoplifting suspect. The man fled toward Teaticket Highway, on foot. He was located and police arrested Brian Donelan, 56, of Teaticket Highway, Teaticket, for shoplifting by concealing merchandise, simple assault and battery and disorderly conduct.

10:49 PM: A portion of Gifford Street, just south of Jones Road, was closed to traffic while the fire department investigated a report of a structure fire.

Thursday, August 15

12:09 AM: A man reported a woman was making threats at the Dunkin Donuts bus stop in East Falmouth. Officers located the woman, who was under the influence of alcohol. She was transported to the hospital after she stated she was having suicidal thoughts.

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