Thursday, May 23, 2019

9:31 AM: Police responded to a breaking and entering attempt on Milton Street. Upon reviewing tape from the resident’s security camera, officers identified a suspect. Police will seek a warrant.

7:51 PM: The Falmouth Fire Rescue Department requested police assistance during a medical call determined to be an overdose. The victim was transported to the emergency room for treatment. Though both the victim and witness were compliant, neither offered any information regarding the overdose or circumstances leading up to it.

Friday, May 24, 2019

12:29 AM: A caller reported a breaking-and-entering with vandalism, as their guitar had been broken. After a brief investigation, police determined the reporting party, an intoxicated man, likely broke the guitar himself. Police advised he go to bed for the night.

1:34 AM: A night clerk at a Falmouth inn reported a man was out of his room, disturbing other guests. Police located and arrested David A. Yuknat, 48, of Dover, for disturbing the peace. Mr. Yuknat was the man who reported a broken guitar earlier in the evening.

7:22 AM: Police responded to a single-car crash where a car hit the stone wall at Old Meeting House Road near Southview Way. No injuries were reported.

2:35 PM: Police transported a woman from an area mental health facility to the hospital for an involuntary committal for mental illness.

4:58 PM: Officers responded to a Falmouth hotel to meet with victims of a robbery. Police determined two suspects were involved, and found one on Rose Morin Lane. An officer attempted to place him under arrest, but he assaulted her and fled. Police, with the assistance of the Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office K-9 team, tracked the suspect. Police located and arrested Kyle W. Geggat, 27, who is homeless, for unarmed robbery, conspiracy, larceny of a credit card, resisting arrest, assault and battery on a police officer, and assault and battery causing serious bodily injury. An arrest warrant is being sought for one other male suspect.

10:30 PM: Officers responded to the Gosnold treatment center following a report of threats. One resident reportedly threatened to kill another resident if they called the police regarding a stolen car. Police determined both men had outstanding warrants. Police arrested Robert J. Moore, 52, of Charlestown, on this arrest warrant and for threatening to commit a crime and intimidation. Police informed the other man of his misdemeanor warrant and advised him to clear it up when he completed his treatment.

Saturday, May 25, 2019

1:52 AM: Police responded to a single-car crash involving a utility pole. Police determined the driver was looking at his cellphone just prior to impact. He was issued a citation for a marked lanes violation and impeded operation (for use of the cell phone). The car sustained front-end damage and was towed from the scene. Eversource responded and inspected the pole for damage.

2:10 PM: A family member of a Rose Morin Lane resident found a 70-year-old relative dead at home. The death, which does not appear suspicious in nature, is under investigation.

4:47 PM: A caller reported an extremely erratic operator in the area of Wishing Moon Hill. Officers located the car and its occupants at a Palmer Avenue liquor store. Police determined the car was stolen out of Manchester, New Hampshire. The driver tried to flee and resisted custody when told he was being placed under arrest. Once apprehended, police arrested Travis Demers, 21, of Manchester, New Hampshire, for negligent operation of a motor vehicle, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, receiving a stolen motor vehicle and resisting arrest.

10:16 PM: Officers responded to a head-on, rollover crash on Blacksmith Shop Road. The operator of the at-fault vehicle fled the scene. Police located him at his residence nearby. While police were taking him into custody, he assaulted a police officer and violently resisted arrest. Police arrested Benjamin A. Hunt, 24, of Blacksmith Shop Road, West Falmouth, for operating under the influence of liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, speeding, leaving the scene of property damage, assault and battery of a police officer, resisting arrest and a marked lanes violation. During the arrest, a relative screamed at and tried to obstruct police. An officer had to remain between the arresting officers and the relative in order to keep him from getting involved in the arrest. He was warned to stop interfering. The relative will be summoned to court for interfering with a police officer.

Sunday, May 26, 2019

1:15 AM: Multiple officers responded to a report of a fight at a Teaticket Highway restaurant. Witnesses state the male suspect was berating the bar staff. He swung at security staff and other patrons as they tried to direct him out of the establishment. He refused transportation by the fire department for facial injuries sustained during the altercation. As a result, he was placed into protective custody and transported to the hospital by police for medical treatment. He will be summoned to court for two counts of assault, disorderly conduct and affray.

2:52 AM: Police responded to Route 151, between Ballymeade and Route 28, following a report of a small dog in the area. Police located a Boston Terrier near Sam Turner Road and transported to the town animal kennel.

11:53 AM: Officers met with arson investigators to conduct a follow-up investigation for a fire that occurred the night before at the Cape Cod Beagle Club on Old Barnstable Road. Investigators discovered that someone had set off fireworks in the wooded area, causing approximately five acres to catch fire and burn overnight. The incident remains under investigation.

3:15 PM: Officers responded to Falmouth Hospital following a report of a women who fled from a car after being revived with Narcan. Police were joined by the Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office K-9 team. An extensive search was conducted, but they were unable to locate the woman.

5:50 PM: Callers from a Teaticket sober house reported a drunk and disorderly woman. Responding officers placed the woman in protective custody. She was uncooperative during the booking processes and stated she had a medical need. Police offered to call an ambulance, but she became angry and refused to go to the hospital. After spending several hours in the cell, she demanded to go the hospital, claiming she did not feel safe. The fire department transported her to the emergency room. Less than an hour later, police were called back to the same Teaticket sober house regarding the same drunk and disorderly woman.

Monday, May 27, 2019

1:19 AM: Officers located a man passed out in a vehicle near Library Lane. He contacted a sober person to pick him up. He car was left secured in a parking spot.

6:58 AM: The Falmouth Marine & Environmental Services Department requested assistance dealing with a man in possession of illegal stripers near the Tides Motel.

7:58 PM: A caller reported that her neighbor threatened to shoot her. An officer investigated and will request charges for threatening to commit a crime be filed against one suspect.

10:23 PM: Police learned an 18-year-old woman was making suicidal statements. An officer talked with her and determined her threats to be legitimate. The fire department transported her to Falmouth Hospital for an evaluation.

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

1:03 AM: A woman reported that their 45-year-old male relative was missing. A bulletin was disseminated to area police departments. The Massachusetts State Police advised they interacted with the man at 7 PM, and he appeared fine.

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