Thursday, June 27, 2019

5:17 PM: An officer observed a car known to police to be uninsured and have a revoked registration. As the officer attempted to stop the car, the driver drove off erratically, passing cars and speeding. The officer did not attempt to pursue the car, but continued in the direction it fled. Another motorist alerted the officer, letting him know the driver had turned onto Heritage Circle. Police located the car, but the driver had fled on foot. There is a suspect and charges are likely forthcoming.

6:12 PM: Police received a tip that a woman with an outstanding warrant was at an East Falmouth Highway business. Police confirmed the warrant, located and arrested Alicia M. Soderberg, 41, of Waquoit Highway, Waquoit on the warrant.

9:07 PM: An officer stopped a car on Carriage Shop Road for a traffic violation. He determined the driver had two outstanding warrants and arrested Amanda K. Patenaude, 37, of Waquoit Highway, East Falmouth Highway on the warrants.

9:48 PM: An officer stopped a car for a traffic violation in the Davisville area. He determined the driver was drunk and arrested Stephen T. Patton, 68, of Rosemary Lane, East Falmouth, for operating under the influence of liquor and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.

11:39 PM: Multiple callers reported a man and woman causing a disturbance in a car at the Falmouth Plaza. Police responded, finding the man to be drunk. He was placed in protective custody and transported to the police station.

Friday, June 28, 2019

9:38 AM: The police, and office of the chief medical examiner responded to a Shallow Pond Lane residence, where a 66-year-old man had died. His death does not appear suspicious.

5:13 PM: A caller reported a crash on Hill and Plain Road where a driver was lying on the ground outside the vehicle. Police and fire responded, and determined the driver suffered from a medical event, likely heat exhaustion. The operator refused transport by the fire department. The car was towed from the scene.

Saturday, June 29, 2019

12:50 AM: Police responded to a rollover crash on Route 28 North. The fire department responded, but there were no injuries to the driver or passenger. The driver was given field sobriety tests, which he passed. He stated he swerved to avoid hitting a deer, causing the rollover.

6:35 AM: The hospital reported a suicidal man had left the hospital without being evaluated. The man was located on Palmer Avenue. He agreed to return to the hospital for a mental health evaluation. He was transported to the hospital via patrol car and left in the care and custody of hospital staff.

5:43 PM: Gosnold reported a drunk and disorderly man outside the facility. Numerous officers responded and found the man passed out. The fire department responded and transported the man to the emergency room.

Sunday, June 30, 2019

12:43 AM: A caller reported an intoxicated man at the 7/11 stumbling around outside. Officers located the man, who could barely walk, swaying from side to side, with his pants unzipped. Police made several attempts to contact a sober person, but were unsuccessful. When the man became uncooperative, police placed him into protective custody.

9:42 AM: Officers responded to a Sandwich Road business regarding and overdose. Officers administered two doses of Narcan. The fire department transported the man, who was responsive, to the hospital.

12:32 PM: Police responded to the Falmouth Mall, where they arrested Scott C. Wallace, 28, of Falmouth, for possession of a Class B drug (subsequent offense) and possession of a Class E drug.

6:45 PM: A driver struck a pole in the Pinecrest Beach neighborhood. The road was closed for about one hour. The driver was issued a citation and the car towed. The fire department also responded, treating the driver for non-life threatening injuries.

9:03 PM: A caller reported a car swerving along Teaticket Highway. Police located the car in the center of town. The driver attempted to flee but was quickly stopped. Police found he was drunk and arrested Corey R. Hendricks, 28, of Bearses Way, Hyannis, for operating under the influence of liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, possession of an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle and a marked lanes violation. The passenger was also found to be extremely drunk and placed in protective custody. The car was towed.

Monday, July 1, 2019

1:36 AM: Police responded to a single car crash on Central Avenue. Police determine the driver failed to negotiate a right turn, went across the East Falmouth Highway and struck a utility pole. The car was towed from the scene. The driver was issued a citation for a marked lanes violation.

10:43 AM: Police responded to the Shining Sea Bikeway overpass on Nobska Road. An Eversource truck had struck the bikeway bridge. Officers located the truck involved. It had struck the underside of the bridge, moving the bridge approximately one foot. That portion of the bikeway was closed until an engineer inspected the bridge and determined it was safe.

1:20 PM: Officers responded to the 7-Eleven on Main Street, where an intoxicated man was lying in the middle of the parking lot. He was placed into protective custody.

5:21 PM: Baycove Mental Health requested an officer accompany them as they conducted a home visit. After visiting the subject’s home, they transported him to Falmouth Hospital for a mental health evaluation.

5:55 PM: Police responded to the Falmouth Plaza, where they located an intoxicated man. Police placed him into protective custody.

7:14 PM: Police and fire personnel responded to the Andy’s Lane and Brick Kiln Road intersection following two-car crash. One car had rolled over several times, coming to a rest on its roof. Both drivers were evaluated by the fire department and refused transport to Falmouth Hospital. The road was closed so the cars could be towed from the scene. Both drivers were cited.

Tuesday, July 2, 2019

11:11 AM: A caller reported that she had not seen her neighbor that day and asked for a welfare check. An officer responded and found the 71-year-old woman dead in her residence. The death is not suspicious.

11:31 AM: Officers responded to the Main Street and Academy Lane intersection, where a delivery truck had struck a large tree limb. The area was closed until the tree department could remove the tree, which was hanging dangerously over the truck and roadway.

1:37 PM: Officers responded to Falmouth Hospital, near the Clark Cancer Center, where a pedestrian had been hit by a car. Officers located the victim, and 85-year-old man, who stated he had been hit by a car, fallen and struck his head. The driver denied hitting the man. The victim was transported to the hospital for treatment. The incident remains under investigation.

4:59 PM: A clerk at the Waquoit Highway Cumberland Farms reported a man in a van that may be overdose. Police and fire located the man and transported him to the hospital. Police attempted to interview him at the hospital, but he was uncooperative.

9:14 PM: Police responded to a head-on crash involving two cars at the intersection of Waquoit Highway and Martin Road. One driver was injured, treated by the fire department and transported to the hospital. The occupants of the second car refused treatment and transportation. Waquoit Highway was closed following the crash. Both cars were towed from the scene.

11:08 PM: Police responded to an Ashley Drive residence after a woman called 911 crying. Officers found an intoxicated woman at the house. She was placed into protective custody.

Wednesday, July 3, 2019

12:04 AM: Officers responded to a dispute on Old Campus Drive regarding the location of two marijuana plants. The complainant was concerned because they were being grown near the property line in an unsecured tent. The plant owner retaliated with threats, and will be summoned to court as a result. The plants had been removed prior to police arrival.

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