6:48 PM: Staff from the Bayberry House reported a resident was acting violently. She was stabbing the wall with a knife, and made suicidal statements to staff. At one point, she threw the knife and struck a staff member. The staff member was not injured. Both the police and fire departments responded to the house. The woman was taken to Falmouth Hospital for a mental health evaluation.

Thursday, January 23, 2020

1:20 AM: Following a traffic stop on Teaticket Highway, police arrested John A. Renfrew III, 27, of Locustfield Road, East Falmouth, on an outstanding warrant out of Falmouth District Court. The passenger, who owned the car, was also issued a citation, as the car’s registration was revoked due to an insurance cancellation.

3:46 PM: Police responded to a Seacoast Shores area residence to check the welfare of an adult male and found him deceased. The Falmouth Police, Massachusetts State Police assigned to the Cape & Islands District Attorney’s Office, and the Office of the Medical Examiner’s Office are investigating the incident. At this time, the death does not appear suspicious.

4:41 PM: Officers responded to a Canterbury Lane following a report of a missing 15-year-old. Upon arrival, the boy had already been found. His mother reported the teenager had snuck out of the house and was at his girlfriend’s house in Marstons Mills. The Barnstable Police Department responded and confirmed he was at that residence. His parents picked him up.

4:46 PM: A 35-year-old man died of an overdose after police and fire administered CPR and several doses of Narcan. Falmouth police, Massachusetts State Police assigned to the Cape & Islands District Attorney’s Office, and the Office of the Medical Examiner’s Office are investigating the incident.

4:56 PM: Police received a call of an elderly relative missing. Later, at 10 PM, dispatch received a call about a woman lying on John Parker Road in dark clothing. It was the missing woman. She was heavily intoxicated and unable to stand. The fire department transported her to the emergency room.

Friday, January 24, 2020

2:29 PM: Police arrested on a warrant Edwin Ingles-Torres, 26, of Astoria, New York, on drug offenses. Detectives learned Mr. Ingles-Torres had six outstanding arrest warrants was traveling to Falmouth from Hyannis on the CCRTA bus. Officers took him into custody in Mashpee with assistance from the Mashpee police, and transported him to Falmouth for booking. A search recovered marijuana packaged for sale, as well as crack cocaine.

Sunday, January 26, 2020

7:06 PM: Police conducted a welfare check after a caller reported that her intoxicated neighbor was banging on the door. An investigation revealed the neighbor had dementia and had not taking her prescribed medication. Fire department medics treated and transported the person to Falmouth Hospital. A relative and the FPD Elder Affairs officer was notified of the incident.

2:44 PM: Police assisted medics with an unresponsive woman at a Sanddollar Circle home. Upon arrival, officers discovered an 80-year-old who had suffered a medical event and had died. Falmouth police are investigating the incident. At this time, the death does not appear suspicious.

2:44 PM: Police and fire responded to a call of an unresponsive man at an Old Barnstable Road residence. Upon arrival, officers discovered a deceased 30-year-old man. Falmouth police, Massachusetts State Police assigned to the Cape & Islands District Attorney’s Office, and the Office of the Medical Examiner’s Office are investigating the incident. At this time, the death does not appear suspicious.

3:39 PM: Police and fire responded to the Gosnold Treatment Center for an unresponsive man for a suspected overdose. Medics administered two doses of Narcan and revived the victim who was then transported to Falmouth Hospital.

Monday, January 27, 2020

12:43 AM: A woman caller who displayed symptoms of dementia was transported to Falmouth Hospital after medics treated her.

10:51 AM: A 32-year-old driver overdosed on heroin while operating his car. The car stopped, without striking anything, on a berm along the roadway. Bystanders administered CPR. The operator was conscious when officers arrived but not alert. Officers administered Narcan and the driver was transported to Falmouth Hospital. The driver will be cited for the traffic-related offenses.

5:42 PM: Cheyenne R. Beckwith, 22, of Falmouth was arrested following probation violation for having tested positive for fentanyl. She was located, arrested and booked without issue.

11 PM: An investigation remains open after a homeowner reported a break-in. Police found that the breaking and entering did not occur; however it was clear someone did attempt to make entry into the home.

Tuesday, January 28, 2020

9:32 PM: A homeless man entered the police department lobby and said he wanted to be placed in protective custody. He was extremely intoxicated and could not walk. He complained of chest pain and issues from diabetes. He was treated by medics and transported to Falmouth Hospital for additional care.

10:39 PM: A driver crashed into a house on Teaticket Highway, damaging at least two properties, including the exterior and interior of the home. The driver was uninjured and the house was unoccupied at the time of the crash. The vehicle was towed from the scene.

1:05 PM: Officers were dispatched to a Blueberry Lane residence to assist the fire department with a deceased 55-year-old man. Police are investigating the incident. At this time, the death does not appear suspicious in nature.

6:08 PM: The staff at Burger King reported an intoxicated man stumbling around the parking lot. Officers arrived and confirmed that the man was extremely drunk and was a danger to himself. He was placed in protective custody and transported to the station. While in booking he became argumentative and combative. He assaulted officers and he was charged with assault and resisting arrest in addition to being held in protective custody.

Wednesday, January 29, 2020

12 AM: Police arrested Nicole M. Skeffington, 38, of Teaticket Highway on a warrant. Police found a .38 caliber cartridge in her pocket and she was also charged with illegal possession of ammunition.

12:41 PM: Police took a woman into custody for an involuntary committal for mental illness warrant and transported her to the court for an evaluation.

4:50 PM: Police responded to an emergency room staff person who reported an intoxicated and disorderly patient who was making it impossible for them to treat other patients. Officers responded and determined she was intoxicated. Police placed the person in protective custody and charged with disorderly conduct.

6:09 PM: Police responded to a local mental health group home to serve an involuntary committal for mental illness. The fire department transported her to Falmouth Hospital.

6:35 PM: Police responded to a Falmouth Heights residence to serve an involuntary committal for mental illness. The juvenile female was transported to Falmouth Hospital by ambulance.

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