Tuesday, May 28, 2019

4:43 PM: A police officer observed a man known to have an outstanding warrant walking in Teaticket. Police arrested Scott C. Wallace, 28, of Mattapan Street, East Falmouth, on this warrant out of Falmouth District Court, which was for trespassing.

5:36 PM: An officer stopped a car on Waquoit Highway because the owner’s license was suspended. The driver was issued a criminal citation and transported home. The car was towed from the scene.

10:42 PM: An officer encountered a drunk and disorderly man at the Teaticket Cumberland Farms. She attempted to arrange a ride home for him, but he was too intoxicated to comprehend anything. He was taken into protective custody and transported to the police station.

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

10:32 AM: Officers responded to a Teaticket Highway residence to check on a woman’s welfare. The reporting party stated her friend had been texting her, indicating she wanted to harm herself. As an officer arrived on location, dispatch advised that the woman’s doctor had obtained a Section 12 warrant of apprehension for her. She was transported to the hospital for an evaluation.

10:54 AM: Officers responded to a Brick Kiln Road business after a report of a past assault. Upon arrival, staff members stated a female client in a highly intoxicated state was claiming she had been assaulted. Police determined an assault had not taken place. The woman was transported to the hospital for treatment due to her level of intoxication. Staff members stated they would apply for a Section 35 warrant, an involuntary committal for drugs or alcohol.

2:25 PM: Officers responded to a business on Brick Kiln Road to serve a Section 12 warrant of apprehension. The caller reported the subject might have access to a weapon, either a gun or a knife. Upon arrival, officers were directed to a man whom they calmed down. Officers were able to convince him to go to the hospital without further incident. No weapons were found on the subject or in his belongings.

8:10 PM: A caller reported a two-car crash in the area of Enterprise Car Rental. The report stated that one of the cars fled the scene and that there were injuries as a result of the crash. Upon arrival, officers learned that the second car had not fled the scene. The fire department also responded to the crash.

8:34 PM: A caller reported that she and her husband arrived home and found their front door had been forced open. The caller reported that she thought someone was inside the house. Officers checked the home, finding no one. No items were missing or disturbed inside the residence. A Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office K9 responded, but the track was inconclusive.

Thursday, May 30, 2019

4:57 PM: Officers responded to the area near the Great Bay Motel following a report of a possibly suicidal man. Officers spoke with the man, who stated he was upset over a recent medical diagnosis, but not suicidal. A short time later, the same man flagged down a passing officer and requested transportation to Falmouth Hospital for a mental health evaluation. He was transported without incident and left in the care of hospital staff.

5:10 PM: A caller reported that her 17-year-old granddaughter, who has a history of being a missing person, had not returned home from school. While officers were checking known hangouts of the teenager, her grandmother advised that she had returned home. The teenager stated she had stayed after school and her phone had died.

6:12 PM: A 911 caller reported seeing strange things on three occasions. He stated he did not want to go to the hospital, but based on the number of unfounded calls over a short period of time, he was transported to the hospital for an evaluation.

9:20 PM: A caller reported that a relative sounded intoxicated and despondent over the phone. Officers located the man at the Admiralty Inn. They determined he was intoxicated, but there was no sober person available to take custody of him. He was taken into protective custody and held until sober.

Friday, May 31, 2019

1:45 AM: Police responded to a report of a 19-year-old making suicidal threats. After speaking with police, the teenager volunteered to be transported to the hospital for a mental health evaluation.

11:02 AM: An officer on patrol recognized a man on Main Street that was wanted on an outstanding warrant out of Falmouth District Court. Police arrested Eric M. Look, 29, of Falmouth.

12:35 PM: Officers responded to Ocean State Job Lot following a reported threat. The victim at the scene stated their relative had mental health issues. As a result, the man was taken via patrol car to the Falmouth Hospital emergency room for an evaluation.

Saturday, June 1, 2019

12:19 AM: The fire department requested assistance in gaining access to a room for a water leak. Upon entry, the male occupant was acting strangely. Police determined the man was intoxicated and placed him into protective custody. The water leak was from a Jacuzzi tub, which was overflowing and leaking into the room below.

4:17 PM: An adult man overdosed on an unknown opioid inside the Gosnold Treatment Center. Narcan was administered several times by employees before he was resuscitated. He was transported to the emergency room by the fire department for treatment.

6:49 PM: An woman at a Teaticket sober house overdosed on prescription medication in an attempt to kill herself. She was transported to the emergency room by the fire department, where she was committed for mental health reasons.

7:41 PM: The Dome Restaurant property was broken into and a golf cart was stolen. The incident is under investigation.

8:04 PM: Police responded to a hit-and-run at the mall. The suspect vehicle’s plate was left embedded in the victim’s car. Charges are pending.

9:43 PM: A caller reported seeing a woman shoot up and then nod off in her car at the Waquoit Cumberland Farms. Both the fire and police department responded. Officers found the woman, who did not appear to be nodding off and did not appear impaired. No enforcement action was taken.

Sunday, June 2, 2019

12:42 AM: A caller reported than a man was refusing to leave a Main Street property. Officers located two men, both of whom were determined to be intoxicated, and transported them to Clinton Avenue, where they were left with a sober adult.

1:09 AM: Police responded to multiple reports of a black Ford Focus on Main Street swerving all over the road, driving in the opposite lane and almost striking pedestrians. An officer located the car and administered field sobriety tests on the driver. Police arrested Krislyn E. Antonellis, 31, of Barque Drive, East Falmouth, for operating under the influence of liquor.

6:23 AM: Police arrested Scott A. Soares, 27, of Palmer Avenue, Falmouth, on a probation warrant for an ankle bracelet violation.

6:11 PM: Police responded to a two-car crash on Waquoit Highway. The fire department responded due to fluid leaks. Both cars were towed. The crash is under investigation.

8:09 PM: Officers responded to a Teaticket business following a report of an intoxicated man on a bike. Officers located the man and arranged for him to be picked up by a sober person.

8:37 PM: Officers responded to Walmart following a report of a woman shoplifting a big screen TV. The loss prevention officer chased the woman behind Trade Center Bowl, where she abandoned the TV. Officers were able to identify her from the video and will seek a warrant for her arrest.

9:03 PM: Officers responded to Main Street, where an intoxicated man was stumbling in the roadway. Police placed him into protective custody.

Monday, June 3, 2019

4:14 AM: Police responded to a report of a deer in the road on Thomas B. Landers Road. The deer had been hit by a car, but was still alive. Police located the deer, which had sustained serious injuries. It was euthanized by an officer at the scene.

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