Thursday, May 21

4:22 PM: Staff from the Teaticket Cumberland Farms reported that a man was causing a disturbance on the property. Officers responded and located the man. He was intoxicated and had sustained injuries to his face and extremities, possibly from multiple falls. He was initially uncooperative and argumentative and was detained for his own safety. Medics responded and transported the man to a hospital for treatment.

10:27 PM: Bay Cove Human Services contacted dispatch to advise that they had completed a Section 12 (involuntary commitment for mental health) on a woman living in the Maravista Avenue area. Officers responded to the home and found the woman to be calm and cooperative. Fire department medics transported her to the hospital.

Saturday, May 23

1:09 AM: Police arrested Keith D. Copeland, 22, of Pebble Lane in Falmouth for operating under the influence of alcohol and negligent operation of a motor vehicle on Sam Turner Road. A caller reported that a relative and his friend left their home highly intoxicated and were driving under the influence. She gave a vehicle description and direction of travel. A short time later the vehicle was located attempting to drive away from Nye Park and was stopped.

Throughout the shift officers responded to multiple minor motor vehicle crashes at various locations around town. No serious injuries were reported.

1:36 PM: A man was placed into protective custody on Main Street after officers responded to the area to check the welfare of a man stumbling into traffic. Michael P. Cutillo Jr., 50, of Bowdoin Street in Medford was arrested, and police afterward learned he also had an outstanding warrant for indecent assault and battery on a child under 14. He was held without bail.

7:55 PM: A 42-year-old Falmouth man overdosed and was transported to the hospital for treatment.

Sunday, May 24

11:30 AM: Police arrested Mark Waugaman, Jr, 48, of 29 Andrews Street, at his home for violating a harassment order. He was transported to the station for booking. Upon completion of the booking process, he was placed in a cell to await bail.

1:05 PM: Officers responded to the Falmouth Self-Serve Laundry-Mat on Scranton Avenue in regard to a motor vehicle crash. It was reported that the building was struck, resulting in structural damage. Upon arrival officers requested the fire department to respond due to a possible gas leak. The building was evacuated and secured until the appropriate agencies could respond. Eversource and National Grid responded and shut off the utilities to the building until the building department inspectors could respond. No injuries were reported.

Monday, May 25

12:09 AM: Officers located a man passed out in a bathtub as the water overflowed, flooding the apartment. It was determined he had fallen asleep. Fire department medics arrived and conducted a check and found no medical issues.

3:56 PM: A car struck a utility pole and hydrant on Jones Road. There were no injuries, but the water department was called to turn off the water and Eversource to address the pole that was struck.

11:13 PM: An elderly man with schizophrenia walked away from his living facility in Hyannis. Officers located him in Woods Hole at the Steamship Authority and transported him to Falmouth Hospital for an evaluation. Family members went to Falmouth Hospital to transport him back to Hyannis facility.

Tuesday, May 26

9:23 AM: First responders were dispatched to a home on Judy Ann Drive for a report of an overdose. Medics treated and transported the 46-year-old man to Falmouth Hospital.

3:52 PM: Police responded to a one-car crash on East Falmouth Highway in front of Mahoney’s Garden Center that resulted in serious injuries. The driver was transported to the emergency room and was cited for DUI-alcohol and marked lanes violations. Police determined that the car had rolled over at least once. The road was closed for an hour while the crash was investigated and Falmouth Department of Public Works employees cleaned the debris.

9:44 PM: Police responded to a report of a breaking and entering at a business on Falmouth Heights Road. Minutes later, a man was reported trespassing at a nearby home. Police obtained video from the homeowner and the man was identified. It is still under investigation.

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

6:39 AM: A caller reported that a man appeared to be passed out in a car parked at the town marina, which had been running for 45 minutes. The car was located and the occupant appeared to need medical assistance for a possible overdose. The 24-year-old Teaticket man was taken into protective custody for drugs and transported by fire department medics to the hospital.

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