Friday, February 12

8:35 PM: A driver was pulled over by police for a defective tail light. The officer found three juveniles inside, and detected a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. The parents of all three juveniles were contacted. An adult driver took custody of the vehicle. The teens did not appear to be under the influence and no erratic driving was observed. A small amount of marijuana was seized for destruction.

Saturday, February 13

12:47 PM: Police responded to the threat of a suicide at a residence in West Falmouth. The person reportedly had a knife but it was taken away by the 911 caller. The person was transported to the hospital for a mental health evaluation.

1:43 PM: Officers went to a motel on Grand Avenue for an unresponsive man who was believed to have overdosed. Fire department medics transported the man to the hospital for an apparent heroin overdose.

Sunday, February 14

7:53 AM: Officers were dispatched to the East Falmouth Dunkin’ Donuts for a suspicious man who was showing the employees needles and a white powdery substance. He was gone upon officers’ arrival but soon returned. His property was searched, and no drugs were located. He was too intoxicated (drugs) to be left on his own. Friends who live across the street took custody of him.

7:29 AM: Officers responded to the area of Sandwich Road and Berrihill Circle for a car that slid off the road due to black ice. The vehicle struck a shed on a Sandwich Road property, causing minor damage. The vehicle also struck a utility pole, causing no obvious damage. Eversource and the homeowner were notified.

8:09 AM: Police responded to a crash at the intersection of Gifford Street and Dillingham Avenue. One of the vehicles struck a road sign on Gifford Street. Both vehicles were towed.

Monday, February 15

8 PM: Officers were dispatched to the emergency room for a woman who was creating a scene and attacking staff. She was a mental health patient and was being held there while placement to a mental health facility was arranged. The emergency room doctor wanted her removed. Police assisted ER staff in placing her in soft restraints.

10:52 AM: Officers responded to Sandwich Road after a mother reported her adult son jumped out of the vehicle while intoxicated. Police confirmed with Gosnold Treatment Center that they would take him into treatment. Police transferred him there.

Tuesday, February 16

5:22 PM: Police arrested Kayla Sullivan, 31, of Attleboro on an arrest warrant. During an inventory, police found narcotics on her. They charged her with possession of Class E drugs.

9:07 AM: Officers and fire department medics were dispatched to Gosnold Treatment Center for a man suffering from a suspected narcotic overdose. Officers arrived and discovered staff had administered Narcan. Medics transported him to the hospital for further treatment.

2:47 PM: Officers responded to a residence on Edgewater Drive East and took a person into custody for an involuntary committal for mental illness order (Section 12) issued by a doctor. The person was transported to the hospital for a mental evaluation and treatment.

3:30 PM: Officers and medics responded to Gosnold Treatment Center for a man overdosing. Staff had administered Narcan. Medics transported the man to the hospital for further treatment.

Wednesday, February 17

8:45 AM: An off-duty officer observed a man fleeing the scene of a car crash at St. Anthony’s Church. It was initially unknown if there was any personal injury, but it turned out that there was none. The operator was identified as an elderly man from East Falmouth. The crash remains under investigation.

1:52 PM: Officers responded to a suspicious person/trespass call on Stanhope Road. They found a man and a female. The man was the defendant in a harassment order that had been served to him earlier in the day. He was with the juvenile female whom he was ordered to stay away from. Jaden E. Rivera, 19, of East Falmouth was arrested without issue and the female’s mother came to pick her up.

2:34 PM: A two-car crash was reported on Jones Road. Both vehicles sustained moderate damage and both required a tow.

5:22 PM: Police stopped a vehicle on Pinecrest Beach Drive because the registered owner was unlicensed. A citation was issued and a licensed driver took custody of the vehicle.

7:23 PM: Police stopped a vehicle when a computer search for the registered owner showed that he was missing and endangered. Officers interacted with him and determined he was okay. Wareham Police Department had entered him as missing almost a year ago. His missing status was removed.

8:14 PM: The fire department requested assistance at Peg Noonan Park for an injured and intoxicated man. He had a facial injury and was intoxicated but refused medical treatment. He and his companion were transported to their homes.

8:17 PM: Police stopped a vehicle in Teaticket because its plates were illegally attached. The operator was issued a citation.

11:34 PM: Police arrested Herman Andrade, 42, of East Falmouth and Carly Chamberlain, 36, of Falmouth on outstanding arrest warrants issued in Falmouth District Court following a traffic stop.

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