Friday, June 4
7:05 PM: Emergency room staff called to report that a man that who had been transported there by Mashpee Fire Department was becoming disorderly. The patient had fled before officers arrived; however, officers found the man in a nearby wooded area. It was determined that he was experiencing a mental health crisis. Emergency room staff committed the man.
11:11 PM: A 911 caller reported that a truck struck a house on Teaticket Highway across from Town Fair Tire. The driver was uninjured. The crash remains under investigation.
11:45 PM: An employee at Casa Vallarta Mexican Restaurant on Davis Straits reported that a man wearing a gray jacket and jeans was carrying a knife walking around the restaurant and attempting to open doors to the building. He was gone upon arrival.
2:13 AM: Police issued a criminal traffic citation to William B. Hinkle, 19, of East Falmouth OUI drugs, unlicensed operation, and attaching registration plates. Police found Mr. Hinkle and another person unconscious in the parked vehicle near North Falmouth Elementary School on Old Main Road. Police administered NARCAN.
Saturday, June 5
12:24 AM: An employee at Casa Vallarta Mexican Restaurant on Davis Straits reported the suspicious person was back and was looking through windows of restaurant. Officers responded to area; however, the man had left before their arrival. An investigation revealed that the man appeared to be homeless and was not brandishing a knife.
9:37 AM: Police placed a man in protective custody after he wandered into an occupied room at the Town and Beach Motel. The occupants of the room were able to get him out of their room without incident. Officers found the intoxicated man in his room and placed him in protective custody.
1:39 PM: Officers were dispatched to a Moniz Way address for the report of a man making suicidal statements. Upon arrival and speaking with him, police decided to transport him to the emergency room for a mental health evaluation.
9:04 PM: Officers were dispatched to Tataket Apartments after a man called the station reporting a woman had walked into his apartment because another man threatened to kill her. She was intoxicated and gave a description of the man, to include that he had a small dog with him. An officer located the man at Teaticket Market and determined him to be intoxicated as well. The man was afforded several opportunities to be released to a sober party but he was uncooperative. He was then placed in protective custody. The dog was dropped off at Friends of Falmouth for the evening.
Sunday, June 6
12:52 AM: Police issued a criminal traffic citation to Edward A. Kristenson, 41, of East Falmouth for operating to endanger, leaving the scene of a crash, and marked lanes violation. Police responded to a crash on North Falmouth Highway when his vehicle struck a utility pole and several small trees. They determined the driver fled on foot into Bourne.
2:17 AM: Police responded to an underage party at a Deepwood Drive home. It was reported that there was a large fight with one person unconscious. An investigation revealed that a 26-year-old resident of the home arrived to find that his 20-year-old sister had hosted a party. He immediately directed all the guests to leave. One of the guests struck the resident and in response the resident defended himself and struck the guest. Other guests started fighting. Officers dispersed the group. The homeowners (parents) were notified of the underage drinking party at the house. Julia Zaino, 20, will be summonsed for a violation of the Social Host Law — Furnishing Liquor to a Person under 21.
2:56 AM: An Inn on the Square employee reported an ongoing disturbance by hotel occupants. Officers and the staff were able to remove them peacefully.
10:58 AM: Officers responded to a Crane Wildlife parking lot off of Hayway Road for a report of a vehicle that had been there for at least two days. Officers found a 35-year-old deceased man in the driver’s seat. It is under investigation. At this time, the death does not appear suspicious.
8:40 PM: Officers were dispatched to the Woods Hole Steamship Authority for a drunk man. He was placed in protective custody and transported to the police department.
9:26 PM: Police arrested Christopher V. Antoni, 43, Teaticket on an outstanding arrest warrant for traffic violations out of Wrentham District Court. He was uncooperative throughout booking.
Monday, June 7
6 AM: A trash truck spilled hydraulic fluid on the southbound lane of Scranton Avenue, temporarily closing the section between Lowry Road and Clinton Avenue.
8:19 PM: A Rose Morin Lane resident reported a harassment prevention order violation. Officers also determined there was some type of mental illness crisis. As a result, the woman was transported to the emergency room for a mental health evaluation.
9:56 PM: An Inn on the Square employee reported an intoxicated man. He was transported to the emergency room for treatment.
11:04 PM: Police responded to a car fire on Milton Street. Officers provided pedestrian and traffic control. The incident is not suspicious at this time but remains under investigation.
Tuesday, June 8
2:27 AM: A 911 caller on Edgewood Drive reported that she had overdosed. She was transported by the emergency room for treatment.
9:04 PM: A pick-up truck struck a utility pole on Currier Road, causing the pole to snap and downed the power lines. The vehicle caught on fire and the fire department tended to it. Power to numerous residences was out for a prolonged period of time. The driver was the sole occupant and was uninjured. The road was closed until about 6 AM while the pole was repaired.
Wednesday, June 9
7:05 PM: Officers were dispatched to 7-Eleven on Main Street for a man who was refusing to leave the property. The man is well known police as he has been trespassing on a regular basis and his mental health has been declining. The officers determined that the young adult male was an immediate threat to himself and others because of his mental health. He was advised that he was being committed and he resisted. He was secured in the rear of a cruiser and transported to the emergency room. He damaged several items in the rear of the cruiser. He had to be restrained and sedated at the emergency room.
9:04 PM: A 911 caller reported that an unknown man had just shown up at his friend’s house on Baptiste Lane and then fired an unknown number of shots. Officers spoke with the occupants of the home and neighbors. Police canvassed the area, but found no signs of a gun having been fired. The youth who called 911 could not be located. It is under investigation.