Wednesday, June 8
4:32 PM: Officers were dispatched to an address on Jones Road for the report of a woman who had overdosed. A friend gave the woman nalaxone and she revived. She was transported to the hospital and placed under protective custody.
Thursday, June 9
1:11 AM: Officers were dispatched to the property of Francisco Taveres Inc. for the report of a vehicle with its lights on at the rear of the property. The officers found a car with a man passed out behind the wheel. The officers woke the man up, but he was confused and lethargic. The fire department was dispatched for a medical evaluation, and the man was taken to the hospital for additional medical care.
7:57 PM: Officers responded to the area behind Burger King for a report of a man lying in the grass. The officers found the man to be intoxicated with alcohol and they asked him to attempt to make arrangements for a ride. He was not able to do so. He was transported to the police department and held under protective custody until sober.
10:43 PM: Officers responded to the report of a hit-and-run in the area of East End Tap. The person who called said that they were pulling out of the establishment when a white van struck their vehicle and continued east on Teaticket Highway on two flat tires. No injuries were reported, and the car that was hit had to be towed. The other car involved was not found.
Friday, June 10
7:27 AM: Officers responded to the intersection of Currier Road and Cape Woods Drive for the report of a car that had struck a deer. The driver was not injured but the deer was. Marine and Environmental Services responded to assist with the injured deer.
4:51 PM: The fire and police departments responded to a crash with an injury at the intersection of East Falmouth Highway and Fresh Pond Road. Both cars were heavily damaged and immobile in the westbound lane. One of the occupants was taken to the emergency room by the fire department for a head injury, and both cars were towed. The injured driver was issued a citation for failure to yield to the right of way on a left turn. Eastbound traffic was able to continue through the crash site unimpeded for the majority of the time that emergency personnel were on the scene. Westbound traffic was diverted onto Fresh Pond Road and then back onto East Falmouth Highway.
8:50 PM: Callers reported a car operating erratically on Brick Kiln Road. The responding officers found the car driving without headlights in the area of Teaticket Highway and Ox Bow Road and conducted a motor vehicle stop. As a result, 43-year-old Cassie Oliveira from Hyannis was arrested for an OUI, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation, lights violation, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended/revoked license, and failure to wear a seatbelt.
10:24 PM: Officers responded to Budget Rental on Davis Straits for a man who was trying to break into the vehicles. The officers found that the man was intoxicated but otherwise cooperative. He was taken to the Holiday Inn where he was left in the care and custody of his sober friends.
11:46 PM: Officers responded to Great Harbors for a report of a loud party. The officers spoke to the homeowners and told them about the complaint. The homeowners said they would take the party indoors.
Saturday, June 11
2:42 AM: Officers responded to Menauhant Beach to assist with a fisherman who reported that three coyotes in the area were stalking him. The fisherman was given a ride home for safety.
5:59 AM: Officers responded to a Worcester Court address for the report of breaking and entering into a motor vehicle. A criminal investigations officer from the Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office assisted with the scene. There are no suspects at this time.
1:47 PM: Officers responded to a breaking and entering on West Falmouth Highway. A criminal investigations officer from the Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office responded and processed the scene. The incident is under investigation by the Falmouth Police Department Detective Bureau and the sheriff’s office.
5:09 PM: Officers were dispatched to Walmart after a man got punched in the face by a stranger. The incident is under investigation.
5:58 PM: The fire and police departments responded to a crash in which a car struck a tree on Currier Road. The woman driving was the sole occupant and taken to the hospital for injuries sustained in the crash.
7:52 PM: Officers responded to the Boat House for an intoxicated and disorderly man. He was drunk and was reportedly urinating in public. The officers attempted to find a sober person to take care of him. The man continued being disorderly and was arrested for disorderly conduct. While in police custody, he damaged police property and so 30-year-old John O’Connor from Falmouth was charged with vandalizing property.
Sunday, June 12
12:49 PM: Officers responded to Waquoit Highway and Red Brook Road for a two-car crash. No injuries were reported, and no cars needed a tow. One of the drivers was given a verbal warning for failure to yield to the right of way.
3:10 PM: The fire and police departments responded to Teaticket Highway and Maravista Avenue for a two-car head-on crash. Although injuries were reported, all passengers declined to be transported to the hospital. Both cars were towed, and one of the drivers was given a verbal warning for failure to yield to the right of way.
4:11 PM: A three-car crash was reported at the intersection of East Falmouth Highway and Acapesket Road. One of the cars required a tow. One of the drivers was cited for following too closely and speeding.
Monday, June 13
4:57 PM: Officers responded to a two-car crash at the intersection of Seacoast Shores Boulevard and Churchill Drive. Both vehicles were heavily damaged, and one of the vehicles stopped inches away from a residence. One of the drivers was transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. One of the drivers was issued a citation for failure to yield to the right of way at a stop line, and both cars were towed. Traffic was diverted to side streets while the crash was investigated, and a criminal investigations officer from the Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office responded to photograph the scene.
Tuesday, June 14
7:47 AM: Officers were called to Chapoquoit Beach for a suspicious man who was trespassing. The man had an outstanding arrest warrant, so 49-year-old Matthew Herman from Falmouth was placed under arrest.
8:30 AM: The police and fire departments responded to the report of a bicyclist being struck by a car on Teaticket Highway. The cyclist sustained an arm injury and was treated at the scene by medics from the fire department. The bicyclist was given a verbal warning for operating on the wrong side of the road.
2:08 PM: Twenty-five-year-old Joshua Koen from Peabody was arrested on an outstanding warrant from Salem District Court. He was booked and transported to Falmouth District Court without incident.
Wednesday, June 15
12:04 AM: An officer was checking a building of a Sandwich Road business when he found a car in the parking lot with the door open and the driver’s leg sticking out. An on-scene investigation found that the man was under the influence of a narcotic. He was transported to the hospital for medical evaluation and treatment. During the investigation, it was found that the man’s driver’s license was suspended. A criminal citation was issued for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.
10:41 AM: Fire and police officers responded to a two-car crash at the intersection of Sandwich Road and Hayway Road. Occupants were evaluated at the scene but declined transport to the hospital. Both cars were towed.
2:48 PM: Police and fire officers responded to a car vs. motorcycle crash at the intersection of North Falmouth Highway and Curley Boulevard. The motorcyclist was evaluated at the scene and declined to be transported to the hospital.
9 PM: An officer conducted a motor vehicle stop for a car whose owner had a felony warrant for her arrest. The owner was identified, and Shauna Martin of Falmouth, 32, was taken into custody without incident. Ms. Martin was charged with possession of a Class A substance after drugs and related paraphernalia were found in the vehicle.