Friday, March 26

8:43 AM: Officers and fire department medics were dispatched to a West Falmouth Highway home for a report of a deceased 54-year-old man. He had medical issues. Police are investigating; at this time, the death does not appear suspicious.

Saturday, March 27

1:40 AM: Officers were dispatched to Gosnold Treatment Center for the report of an overdose. Staff administered Narcan before police arrived. The victim was transported to the emergency room by ambulance.

12:31 PM: Officers responded to the Holiday Inn after staff found a 57-year-old man unconscious. After resuscitation efforts failed, fire department medics pronounced him dead. It appeared drugs and alcohol may have been a factor. Police are investigating. At this time, the death does not appear suspicious.

4:21 PM: Officers responded to Prime Time Pizza in North Falmouth for the report of annoying phone calls. The suspect, Mark. D. Rosenfield, 62 of East Falmouth, was identified, and police found he had an active probation warrant. He was arrested on the warrant and for annoying phone calls.

9:57 PM: An officer stopped a car because one of the headlights was not operating. A check revealed that the vehicle’s registration was revoked because it was not insured. In addition, the driver had a suspended driver’s license. Joshua M. Figaro-Cruz, 27, of Charlestown was arrested and charged with operating an uninsured and unregistered vehicle and operating with a suspended driver’s license. The vehicle was towed, and his passengers were transported to the Admiralty Inn.

10:10 PM: Police arrested Steven P. Hynds, 65, of Mashpee for OUI liquor, negligent operation and a marked lanes violation. Mr. Hynds crashed his vehicle into the island at the intersection of Main Street and Davis Straits.

Sunday, March 28

9:39 AM: Police and fire personnel were dispatched to a Main Street apartment for an overdose. Upon arrival, the victim’s boyfriend told police he had administered Narcan to his overdosing girlfriend. Medics also administered Narcan to revive her and transported her to the emergency room. Narcotics were recovered from the scene and submitted for destruction.

7:32 PM: Two officers responded to an Edgewater Drive East home to check the welfare of a man after his brother was concerned after not hearing from him for days. Police entered through an unlocked door. They found the man on the floor and administered first aid until the medics took over care. The man appeared to have suffered a seizure. He was transported to the emergency room.

Monday, March 29

10:05 AM: Officers were dispatched to a Scranton Avenue apartment complex for a man who was repeatedly calling 911 and asking for numbers to healthcare facilities. Officers found him to be intoxicated and told officers he was trying to get into the Gosnold Treatment Center. Dispatch contacted Gosnold on his behalf and they were told there were no beds, and he would be put on a waiting list. He was unable to be left alone, due to his state of intoxication and had no one that could take custody of him at that time. He was placed in protective custody and transported to the emergency room.

10:50 AM: Police were dispatched to DJ’s Wings for a report of a woman who appeared to be under the influence of narcotics. It appeared she had swallowed drugs upon the officers’ arrival and began to vomit in their presence. She was placed in protective custody for drugs and transported to Falmouth Hospital.

10:50 AM: Police responded to a Gifford Street apartment for an overdose. The man was given Narcan and regained consciousness. He was transported to the emergency room.

Tuesday, March 30

9:13 AM: Falmouth and Mashpee police arrested Marcy A. Hendricks, 44, of Mashpee for a felony warrant out of Falmouth District Court. The warrant included the following charges: assault to maim, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (machete) and assault and battery serious bodily injury.

1:15 PM: Officers responded to a home on Old Meeting House Road and served an involuntary committal for substance abuse warrant of apprehension. The person was transported to the Falmouth District Court for an evaluation.

5:12 PM: A three-car rear-end crash caused serious damage to the vehicles and non-life-threatening injuries to the occupants. It occurred at the intersection of Jones Road and Gifford Street. One of the drivers left the scene. Another was cited for following too closely.

7:52 PM: A staff member from the Gosnold Treatment Center called to report that a client was in possession of a gun. Numerous officers responded and found that it was an extremely real-looking revolver that was actually a BB gun. It was taken for safe keeping until the client was released. No charges were filed.

8:59 PM: Police arrested Jessica L. Enos, 31, of East Falmouth for OUI drugs, possession of heroin (Class A), possession of cocaine (Class B), possession of Xanax and gabapentin (Class E), reckless operation and marked lanes violation. She was driving her vehicle erratically, almost causing several crashes as she traveled in the wrong lane. Police stopped her near Davis Straits and found her to be intoxicated from drugs and in possession of numerous illicit drugs.

Wednesday, March 31

5:13 AM: A vehicle hit two deer in front of Falmouth High School. One of the deer had to be euthanized, and animal control responded to remove the deer. The driver was uninjured.

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