Tuesday, January 14

4:16 PM: Stop & Shop reported that a man had purchased a money order using $300 in counterfeit bills. A suspect was identified using surveillance footage. Criminal charges are pending.

5:22 PM: Emergency room staff reported a suicidal woman had fled the hospital. An officer located her in the area and returned her to the hospital.

6:52 PM: Callers reported a young child was wandering the streets in East Falmouth. Several Good Samaritans stopped to help her. Officers eventually located her residence and the 3-year-old was returned home safely. The Department of Children and Families was notified.

8:43 PM: An officer stopped a car on the East Falmouth Highway because a check with the Registry of Motor Vehicles showed that owner had an outstanding arrest warrant. Police arrested Alexandra A. Bellenoit, 29, of Red Brook Road, East Falmouth, on this warrant.

Wednesday, January 15

Nothing to report.

Thursday, January 16

10:21 AM: Officers responded to Falmouth Hospital, where they took custody of a woman on a Section 35 warrant, an involuntary committal for substance abuse warrant of apprehension. She was transported to Falmouth District Court for an evaluation.

10:58 AM: Officers responded to Falmouth Hospital, where they took custody of a man on a Section 35 warrant, an involuntary committal for substance abuse warrant of apprehension. He was transported to Falmouth District Court for an evaluation.

4:39 PM: A Wareham Police Department detective came to the station to request assistance in locating a juvenile female wanted by Wareham Juvenile Court. Officers checked a residence of the juvenile’s relative, but did not find her there. Information gathered from the family led police to a Sandwich Road address, where she was found.

Friday, January 17

8:24 AM: Police responded to the Falmouth Hospital parking lot following a report of man making suicidal threats. Dispatch advised that a man had called the station stating he wanted to harm himself. He stated he was in a pickup truck in the parking lot, and was contemplating harming himself. Officers located the vehicle, unoccupied. After searching the area, police located the man in the hospital getting treatment.

5:29 PM: Police attempted to locate a woman wanted on three arrest warrants. Police found her at her residence and arrested Alexis T. Robbins, 21, of Brick Kiln Road, East Falmouth.

Saturday, January 18

2:21 AM: Police responded to a report of a disabled car on Menauhant Road. Upon checking the car, they found an unresponsive man who had seemingly overdosed. Four doses of Narcan were administered to revive the man. Fire department EMTs treated him and transported him to the hospital.

2:36 AM: A caller reported a relative, who was not welcome, broke into his North Falmouth Highway apartment. The suspect fled the area before officers arrived. The incident is under investigation.

11:30 PM: The fire department requested officers respond to a possible overdose. Narcan had been administered by bystanders, and the victim was conscious and alert. He was transported to the hospital for further treatment. The incident remains under investigation.

Sunday, January 19

8:35 AM: An East Falmouth resident reported his neighbor had violated a harassment protection order by driving by his house. The suspect had violated this order numerous times. Officers located the woman and arrested Dianna T. Mota, 41, of Corte Real Avenue, on the violation and five outstanding arrest warrants.

5:48 PM: Callers reported a woman at a Rose Morin Lane group home was out of control, suicidal and had cut herself with a fork. She was combative with police. Police took her into custody. She was transported to the emergency room via ambulance with a police escort. Officers remained on scene to assist Falmouth Hospital security until she calmed down.

9:14 PM: Officers received a report that a woman had walked out of a substance abuse treatment center. She was reportedly intoxicated and possibly suicidal. Police located the woman at a convenience store. She was transported to the hospital for an evaluation and treatment.

Monday, January 20

10:04 PM: Police received a report that a customer at a Teaticket Highway convenience store was intoxicated and about to drive away. Police found the operator and confirmed he was intoxicated. The man had an outstanding warrant, so police arrested Michael G. Burnham, 51, of Blacksmith Shop Road, Falmouth, on the warrant.

Tuesday, January 21

6:55 AM: A bystander flagged an officer down and reported a car in the woods off Hayway Road. An investigation determined the car had left the road, struck a utility pole and caused damage to the nearby property. There were no injuries. The driver, a 17-year-old from Bourne, was issued a citation for a marked lanes violation. The car was towed from the scene. The roadway was briefly closed to extricate the car from the woods.

1:18 PM: Several callers reported a pickup truck had struck and damaged a utility pole in the area of the East Falmouth Library. They reported the truck had left the scene. Responding officers located the suspected truck’s registration plate against the damaged pole. Police later found the truck parked outside a local auto repair shop. It had sustained heavy front-end damage. The driver admitted to striking the pole, but stated he did not know the pole had sustained significant damage. Police cited John Harrer, 66, of Falmouth, for negligent operation of a motor vehicle and leaving the scene of a crash.

3:52 PM: A one-car crash was reported on Old Meetinghouse Road. The car struck several small trees, then the driver fled the scene on foot. An officer located the driver at her residence. Kimberly Johnson, 49, of East Falmouth was issued a citation and will be summoned to court for leaving the scene, operating with a suspended license, speeding and a marked lanes violation. The car was towed. No injuries were reported.

4:39 PM: Officers responded to Maravista Avenue, where someone was reportedly wearing black face paint, throwing household items in the road and lighting fires in the road. An officer arrived and detained the woman, who was transported to the hospital for an evaluation. The fire department also responded to the scene, locating a gas container and rags doused in gas in the kitchen.

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