Friday, March 19

7:14 AM: Police responded to a report of a man lying on the ground near Family Foods on East Falmouth Highway. He refused medical treatment and went on his way.

12:28 PM: Officers are investigating an incident with a driver who fled the scene after operating their vehicle erratically on Main Street. The driver also struck a light pole and then fled.

6:13 PM: A caller reported an erratically operated vehicle in Mashpee on Route 151. Shortly thereafter, police received calls about a crash on Route 151 at Fordham Road. Police found an elderly male driver. There were no signs of impairment. The vehicle was heavily damaged and was towed.

8:48 PM: A 911 caller reported an unconscious man in a vehicle at the Speedway gas station. A county deputy arrived first and rendered first aid to the man, including Narcan and CPR. He was revived and transported to the emergency room by fire department medics.

10:29 PM: Police observed a driver operating with a revoked registration and without insurance. The driver was issued a criminal traffic citation for an uninsured motor vehicle and police seized the license plates.

11:23 PM: Officers responded to a crash on Currier Road near Cape Woods Drive. The vehicle, a 2004 Chevy Malibu, was on its side and well into the woods. The driver was a 17-year-old from Falmouth. An off-duty police officer removed him through the windshield. Fire department medics were requested due to the serious impact of the crash, which pushed a boulder approximately 10 feet before stopping in the woods. The driver was transported to the emergency room and later issued a criminal citation for negligent operation, speeding and a marked lanes violation.

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aturday, March 20

7:07 PM: An officer observed a vehicle with an expired inspection sticker. A person known for selling drugs was in the passenger seat. Police stopped the vehicle and information was gathered indicating that there might be drugs inside. Suboxone was located by a drug canine that was brought in to conduct the search. The driver, Anthony Andrade, 20, of Mashpee, was issued a civil traffic citation for an expired inspection sticker. The passenger has not been charged at this point.

7:27 PM: Police were dispatched to a Chilmark Drive residence for a 42-year-old woman who had overdosed. They administered Narcan and performed rescue breathing until the fire department arrived. Medics administered more Narcan and took over rescue breaths. The woman eventually was brought back to life. She was placed in protective custody (drugs) and transported to the emergency room.

10:17 PM: Officers stopped a vehicle for a civil traffic offense and the driver did not have a valid driver’s license. A family member arrived and took over operation of the vehicle. Police issued Damion R. Liptrot, 36, of Sandwich a criminal traffic citation for unlicensed operation and no inspection sticker.

Sunday, March 21

10:50 PM: Officers responded to the Speedway gas station for an erratically operated motor vehicle. The vehicle and female driver were located. She was picked up by a sober relative and issued a criminal traffic citation for negligent operation, unlicensed operation and marked lanes violation.

Monday, March 22

7:36 AM: Officers Responded to a Birch Lane address for an unresponsive man. Fire department medics arrived and pronounced the 97-year-old resident deceased.

8:25 AM: A driver reported striking a deer near Brick Kiln Road and Gifford Street. The driver was not injured and the deer ran into the woods.

3:28 PM: Officers responded to an Avalon Drive address for a report of a stolen motor vehicle. The caller stated that an intellectually impaired relative took the keys and drove off with their car. The man had taken the vehicle in the past. Officers located the relative and the car at a family member’s house on Old Barnstable Road. The keys were secured, and the caller came to take custody of the vehicle. The man was then transported to Falmouth Hospital for a mental health evaluation.

Tuesday, March 23

3:02 PM: An officer was dispatched to Falmouth Hospital for a report of a past assault and battery on a staff member by a patient. The staff person said he was punched from behind and struck in the head. Graham D. Mills, 31, of Mattapoisett will be summoned for disorderly conduct, assault and assault and battery on medical personnel.

4:32 PM: Dispatch received a report of a missing and endangered person. The last time the 911 caller had seen the missing man was last Friday, March 19. The desk officer called Falmouth Hospital and was informed the missing man was transported to Cape Cod Hospital and was released on Monday,March 22. The missing person was entered into a nationwide database.

10 PM: Police are seeking criminal charges after several false reports of gunshots from an area of Red Brook Road. The 911 caller also gave an invalid address, and police left the area. The person called again reporting continued gunshots and gave a valid address. No one answered the door. The man called a third time demanding to speak with officers and was advised that officers had been attempting to speak to him. Officers checked the area and attempted to make contact, again with no answer. The caller also claimed to have a firearm and would take care of the problem since police would not. He called back again stating that he did not ask to speak to officers but that the station needed to check the address. Dispatch traced the phone call to Missouri. The reporting party gave police the name of the person he knew to be firing the gun. An officer spoke with the party the complainant was reporting and determined there to be a family issue between the men.

10:53 PM: A caller reported an erratically operated motor vehicle with the occupants throwing items from the window. Officers discovered the registered owner had a warrant and stopped the vehicle. Both the operator and passenger had outstanding arrest warrants. Subsequently, Jordan Brewer, 26, of Methuen and Jerid Morton, 31, of Andover were arrested. During a search, police found heroin in one of Ms. Brewer’s socks. As a result, she was additionally charged with possession of heroin, subsequent offense.

Wednesday, March 24

7:37 PM: A 911 caller reported that she had been involved in a physical altercation with a male acquaintance. During the interaction she had been thrown to the ground and injured her arm and thumb. Officers and fire department medics were dispatched to the scene. The man involved in the incident also contacted dispatch to report that he had recently had neck surgery, and the woman had assaulted him. He had driven himself to Falmouth Hospital for an evaluation. He called back a short time later to advise that he had left the hospital, and was “heading off-Cape.” Officers asked him to return, but he said he was in Wareham. Police informed state police of the incident and that the man may have been drunk, according to witnesses.

Thursday, March 25

1:31 AM: Officers were called to an apartment across from the Waquoit Post Office on Carriage Shop Road for an argument possibly involving a knife. Police found a 31-year-old woman who had been stabbed. She was transported to Brigham and Women’s Hospital via ambulance for non-life-threatening injuries. This investigation remains active.

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