Thursday, October 22

4:39 PM: Officers assisted the Department of Children and Families in removing two young children from a home where an infant was found deceased earlier in the day. The family was initially uncooperative with officers and DCF personnel, but eventually cooperated and the children were turned over to DCF.

7:16 PM: Officers responded to the report of a deceased person. The 36-year-old man was found by his brother. The incident is under investigation. At this time, the death does not appear to be suspicious.

Friday, October 23

1:07 PM: Officers responded to a home on Priscilla Street in regard to an apparent deceased person. The incident is under investigation. At this time, the death does not appear suspicious.

3:49 PM: Officers responded to the rear of the Admiralty Motor Inn on Teaticket Highway in regard to an overdose. Dispatch advised that CPR had already been started on a 27-year-old woman. Upon arrival fire department medics were attending to the woman, who was suffering from an apparent heroin overdose. She was transported to the emergency room for further treatment.

8:20 PM: Officers responded to a home on Tanglewood Drive in regard to an apparent fatal overdose of a 39-year-old man. The incident is under investigation.

Saturday, October 24

1:44 AM: A caller from the Holiday Inn reported a loud party in a room, including drinking and smoking marijuana. Officers contacted the occupants and quelled the noise. Shortly after, the manager called back, stating that the people in the room were still being loud. Due to multiple complaints, the manager wanted the guests removed. Officers preserved the peace while the manager removed the hotel guests.

4:59 PM: A car struck a telephone pole on Carriage Shop Road. The operator was uninjured, and the passengers fled prior to officers’ arrival. Eversource arrived and said it would repair the pole at a later date. Operator passed field assessments after being suspected of being under the influence of drugs. She was cited for several motor vehicle violations.

8:54 PM: An officer conducted a motor vehicle stop on Brick Kiln Road and discovered the vehicle’s registration had been canceled and the operator had a suspended license. Police arrested Eric J. Bailey, 42, of Sidewinder Road, for driving with a suspended license subsequent offense.

9:22 AM: An officer responded to a residence on Pitch Pine Lane in regard to a disturbance. The caller reported that she was having problems with her nephew. Upon arrival officers interviewed him and were concerned for his mental health. He was transported to the hospital to be evaluated.

11:35 AM: Officers received a walk-in report that a 26-year-old man with mental health disorders was missing. Officers and a sheriff’s canine unit searched the home and surrounding areas. The person was not found. A bulletin was sent to surrounding agencies. Update: On October 25, 2020, police relayed new information on the person’s location. The man was found and uninjured.

12:18 PM: Officers responded to a Brooks Road home for a missing juvenile. Dispatch advised that a 16-year-old male had walked away from a friend’s house after he consumed hallucinogenic mushrooms. The juvenile, who is not from the area, was apparently on the phone with friends describing his surroundings. An officer located the boy a short time later at the entrance of the Woods Hole Golf Course. Fire department medics were requested to evaluate him due to the ingestion of the mushrooms. Once the subject was cleared medically he was released to his parents.

Sunday, October 25

4:27 AM: Police responded to a report of a disturbance behind Eastman’s Hardware. A tenant said another tenant was unable to get into the building and was “freaking out.” Officers located the intoxicated man, Zachary James Nahigian, 28, of Main Street. He had locked his keys in his apartment. Officers determined that, due to the circumstances, they would place him in protective custody. He resisted arrest and pepper spray was used to subdue him.

Tuesday, October 27

1:34 PM: Police responded to a two-car crash at Worcester Court and Spring Bars Road. One of the cars struck a tree and a fire hydrant. Medics transported one of the occupants to the hospital for a non-life-threatening injury.

8:20 PM: A rollover crash was reported on East Falmouth Highway in front of Kenyon’s Market. There was evidence of a crash when the officers arrived but the vehicle was gone. An officer located the vehicle and driver a few minutes later and he was issued a citation for various offenses.

5:42 PM: The fire department administered Narcan to a woman suspected of overdosing on Fentanyl and brought her back to life. She was transported to the emergency room prior to officers’ arrival.

9:23 PM: An officer stopped a car on Teaticket Highway for a motor vehicle violation. The operator had a suspended license. Additionally, he had a default warrant out of an off-Cape court for the same offense. He was arrested. The man spoke only Spanish. A bilingual officer translated and assisted in booking.

10:55 PM: A caller reported vehicles four-wheeling in one of the pits off of Blacksmith Shop Road. Four men were located and identified. They were told that if they returned at any time in the future, they would be charged with trespassing.

Wednesday, October 28

12:11 PM: Police responded to a two-car crash at Route 151 and Sandwich Road. Medics transported one of the occupants to the hospital for a non-life-threatening injury. Both vehicles were towed.

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