Thursday, July 21
9:56 PM: An officer stopped a vehicle on Main Street for operating without its headlights on. The officer found that the driver did not have a license.
Friday, July 22
4:51 PM: Officers blocked the road to through traffic on Madeline Road while the fire department and Eversource tended to live wires that were on the road. The road was closed for about one hour.
5:49 PM: Officers blocked Mill Road to through traffic after multiple transformers exploded and a utility pole caught fire. The Department of Public Works assisted with road closure and detour signage.
11:06 PM: Officers responded to West Falmouth Highway for water on the road. Upon arrival, it was found to be a water main break, and the road was closed for a short time while the Falmouth Water Department assessed the situation. The water department returned in the morning and made the appropriate repairs.
Saturday, July 23
12:13 AM: A caller from Raw Bar reported a fight that resulted in an injury. Upon arrival, it was determined that no fight had occurred, but a 24-year-old man was extremely intoxicated. He was transported to the hospital for treatment and taken into protective custody.
12:13 AM: While at the Raw Bar for the previous call, officers observed that the music was too loud, violating the town’s anti-noise bylaw.
8:22 PM: Officers were dispatched to an injured deer on Wild Harbor Road. The deer was struck by a car that had left the scene. The deer died when the officers arrived. A representative from Marine and Environmental Services responded and removed the deer from the roadway. The driver of the car contacted the police department a short time later and identified herself as the driver.
10:57 PM: Officers responded to Vidal Avenue for a man passed out on the side of the road. The officers found that the man was drunk and he refused to call anyone for a ride. He was subsequently placed in protective custody and transported to the police station where he was held until sober.
Sunday, July 24
7:16 AM: Brittany Knight from Mashpee, 29, was arrested on Teaticket Highway for an outstanding arrest warrant. She was taken into custody without incident.
10:09 AM: Officers responded to the Island Queen dock for the report of a disturbance aboard the boat as it was preparing to dock. Two men and a woman were involved in a heated verbal altercation that observers thought might turn physical. The officers restored peace, and the subjects left the area.
2:20 PM: Officers found a mulch fire at Walmart. The fire department was requested and they extinguished the fire.
Tuesday, July 26
12:21 PM: The police and fire departments responded to a rear-end crash on East Falmouth Highway in the vicinity of Bad Martha’s Brewery. One of the drivers was issued a citation for following too closely.
2:42 PM: A homeowner reported that a relative damaged a door and entered her home without permission. As a result, 38-year-old Chimeka Andrews Gallant was taken into custody and charged with vandalism and breaking and entering in the daytime for a felony. She also had an outstanding arrest warrant issued out of Wareham District Court.
Wednesday, July 27
2 AM: Residents of the Candace Way and Sophie Lane neighborhoods reported people breaking glass in the street and vandalizing mailboxes. The area was checked, and the suspects were gone upon officers’ arrival.
6:15 PM: The fire department and the police department responded to a two-car crash with injury at the intersection of Route 151 and Ashumet Road. One of the occupants sustained apparent, non-life-threatening injuries and was transported to the emergency room by the fire department. Both cars were towed.
9:54 PM: Officers responded back to the Sophie Lane neighborhood for the report of someone trying to kick in the front door of a residence. Officers found the suspects in the immediate area, all of them juveniles, and the youths were transported home. The officers spoke with the parents.
11:40 PM: A car crash, a stop sign violation, and a car not pulling over in a timely manner resulted in a brief pursuit. Nathan Carr, 18, of Falmouth was arrested. He was charged with failure to stop for police, failure to stop at a stop sign, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, improper operation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation, speeding, underage possession of liquor, and possessing an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle.