Friday, May 15

7:06 AM: Officers were dispatched to an area behind Morse Pond School for a man who was yelling loudly from a campsite. Officers interacted with the man, who was known to police. He was pacing, yelling and clucking like a chicken. Police had him transported to Falmouth Hospital under protective custody.

11:34 AM: Officers responded to the area of Crystal Spring Avenue regarding downed wires. Upon arrival, officers located the wire crossing the road. Eversource was contacted and responded. Traffic was rerouted until the wires were removed.

3:23 PM: Officers responded to a residence on Sam Turner Road in regard to a missing person. Upon arrival officers spoke with the complainant, who said she had not heard from her estranged brother for over two months and was concerned for his welfare. She said that he was homeless in Pennsylvania prior to him coming to the Cape. She believed he may be heading back to Pennsylvania. A regional broadcast to check his welfare was placed and the local police were contacted.

9:24 PM: Police took into custody and held without bail Dana Dore, 25, Route 130, Sandwich, for two default probation warrants. They were checking on her welfare as they believed she may have sent texts about harming herself. She denied having any harmful thoughts.

10:49 PM: Officers were dispatched to a house on Judy Ann Drive multiple times for a disturbance caused by an intoxicated man. As a result, officers placed Kory S. Ferrier, 46, of Judy Ann Drive into protective custody.

Saturday, May 16

12:16 PM: Police received multiple parking complaints at Quissett Harbor, Stoney Beach and Chapoquoit Road. Multiple vehicles were ticketed and towed.

1:22 PM: Officers responded to the area of Church Street for a crash involving a cyclist and a truck. The preliminary investigation indicated that the cyclist was startled by a truck towing a trailer as it passed by her. As a result, she lost control of her bicycle and rode into the side of the trailer. She was taken to Falmouth Hospital for non-life threatening injuries.

Sunday, May 17

11 AM: Police arrested Christopher P. Coleman, 38, of Plymouth, on an outstanding warrant after officers responded to an area of Old Main Road in regard to a suspicious man. While officers were attempting to place him into custody, he attempted to flee. After a brief foot pursuit, police tackled him and took him into custody. The officer involved went to the hospital to be checked out for abrasions to his arm, knee and finger. Once cleared, he returned to duty.

Tuesday, May 19

5:23 AM: Police responded to a disturbance and determined a person on scene needed a mental health evaluation and treatment. Paramedics transported the person to Falmouth Hospital.

7:46 AM: A state police trooper requested assistance with a disturbance at the Steamship Authority terminal in Woods Hole. It was determined the person on scene was in need of a mental health evaluation and treatment. Fire department paramedics transported the person to Falmouth Hospital.

5:04 PM: Officers were dispatched to Kenyon’s Market for a man who appeared in distress. Officers located him sitting in his vehicle. He appeared intoxicated by alcohol and/or drugs. A relative took custody of him.

6:13 PM: Officers were dispatched to a group residence for a disorderly woman resident. Police determined that she was in need of mental health treatment. She was transported to the emergency room by patrol car.

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