Wednesday, September 16

10:47 AM: An 81-year-old male with dementia was reported missing from Winchester Drive. Multiple officers searched the surrounding area. Within 20 minutes an officer located the man walking on Teaticket Highway and reunited him with his family.

12:01 PM: A man walked into a person’s home and left before officers arrived. Officers, along with a Barnstable County Sheriff K-9, searched the area and located the man. The man said he was a contractor and had mistakenly entered the wrong house.

6:09 PM: Officers were dispatched to a well-known East Falmouth home for the report of a man who had overdosed on fentanyl. Officers administered naloxone. He was placed in protective custody and brought to the emergency room.

11:17 PM: Gosnold Treatment Center reported a man intoxicated on methamphetamine left the facility and they were concerned for his well-being. Officers found him on Jones Road and brought him to the emergency room.

Thursday, September 17

12:34 AM: Police arrested Sean Christopher Watts, 29, of East Falmouth, for operating under the influence of liquor. He was processed without incident and had a breath test result of 0.2 percent. He was also charged with marked lanes violation and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.

2:31 AM: Police issued a criminal traffic citation to Ciara Jackson, 25, of East Falmouth for speeding, operating to endanger, marked lanes violation and leaving the scene of an accident. Ms. Jackson’s car hit a utility pole on Sam Turner Road, police said. The driver was not at the scene but was located later.

6:31 AM: A 911 caller on West Falmouth Highway reported a naked man ringing her doorbell. An officer located the man wearing only socks and gave him a blanket to wear. He was intoxicated on drugs. The man was scheduled to enter substance abuse treatment. Relatives were staying at a nearby hotel and took custody of the man.

6:47 AM: A car struck a deer near 187 Carriage Shop Road. The driver was not injured, and the deer fled into the woods. Falmouth Marine and Environmental Services was notified.

10:20 AM: A caller reported she had consumed more than 100 pills and was overdosing. Falmouth Fire Rescue Department medics treated the victim and transported her to Falmouth Hospital.

12:17 PM: An employee at Falmouth Inn reported a man who was believed to be intoxicated had stayed past checkout time and was refusing to leave. Officers found the 51-year-old male to be extremely intoxicated and placed him in protective custody.

12:21 PM: Officers were called to Falmouth Laundry for a naked man. An officer located the man and recognized him as a local homeless person. He was wearing trash bags while laundering his clothing.

4:26 PM: A 67-year-old female was found dead in her home. The death does not appear to be suspicious in nature. It is under investigation.

Friday, September 18

4:45 AM: Officers were dispatched to a single-motor-vehicle crash on East Falmouth Highway. An investigation revealed the vehicle left the roadway and struck a tree. As a result, police cited the driver, Maria Ribeiro, 27, of Mashpee for speeding, marked lanes violation, unregistered motor vehicle and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. She was transported to the hospital by medics for a laceration to her head. The vehicle was towed from the scene.

5:18 AM: A 72-year-old man was found dead in his home. The death does not appear to be suspicious in nature. It is under investigation.

5:53 AM: Officers were dispatched to a Hunt Street home for an overdose. The 20-year-old woman was administered two doses of naloxone by her boyfriend. She was awake and alert upon the officers’ arrival. Medics treated her and transported her to the hospital.

4:44 PM: Officers were dispatched to a report of a man who was unsteady on his feet and fell into East Falmouth Highway. Falmouth Fire Rescue Department was dispatched, and the man was transported to the emergency room by ambulance.

5 PM: The Falmouth Hospital emergency room reported an intoxicated and disorderly person who had been medically cleared. She was brought to the emergency room by the Mashpee Police Department, and Falmouth police transported her to the Mashpee line where Mashpee police took custody of her.

7:30 PM: Officers were dispatched to the Worcester Court/Spring Bars Road area for a report of an erratic vehicle. Once they located the vehicle, they found the driver to be intoxicated. Sean P. Oregan, 37, of Goeletta Drive was arrested for operating under the influence of liquor (second offense) and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.

7:41 PM and 9:34 PM: Several callers reported extremely loud music coming from the Cape Cod Fairgrounds on Nathan Ellis Highway.

7:49 PM: A report of a burglar alarm came in from the Lawrence School. The caretaker reported that he observed a male on video walking through the halls. The matter is being investigated.

Sunday, September 20

2:22 AM: An officer stopped a car after it failed to stop for a red light at a high rate of speed and almost struck the patrol car from the side. The 20-year-old male operator smelled of alcohol, appeared to have urinated and failed field sobriety tests. Brendan T. Martin, 20, of Lucerne Avenue was placed under arrest and booked without incident. His car was towed.

8:44 PM: A family member from off-Cape reported their elderly relative was not answering the phone. Officers checked the home and located the man on the floor. He had fallen several days ago and was unable to get up. He was treated by medics and transported to the emergency room.

8:46 PM: Dispatch was advised by off-Cape relatives that a male was in a suicidal state and drinking heavily. An officer spoke with him and determined he needed immediate mental health assistance. Medics transported him to the emergency room.

Monday, September 21

7:10 AM: A two-car crash with minor injuries was reported in front of Dunkin’ Donuts in East Falmouth. Both vehicles were towed, and traffic was only impacted for a short period of time.

10:01 PM: Police placed two Martha’s Vineyard residents into protective custody after being called to Papa Jakes on Sandwich Road for a disturbance. Erin Leone, 37, of Franklin Street in Vineyard Haven and Benjamin Stafford, 39, of Pondview Drive in Oak Bluffs were found to be intoxicated.

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