During the week of September 23 through September 30, Sandwich police responded to a total of 219 calls including five ambulance assists and five car crashes. Officers made six arrests. The following are excerpts from their logs.

Wednesday, September 23

A Windswept Drive resident contacted police at 9:07 AM to report someone had used their personal information to file an unemployment claim. The incident is under investigation.

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Police were called to Quaker Meetinghouse Road at 11:35 AM when someone reported seeing an abandoned pink backpack on the sidewalk. Police found the item and determined it was a discarded stroller cover. The cover was thrown away.

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A Goose Point Lane resident contacted police at 1:56 PM to report someone had filed an unemployment claim in their name. The incident is under investigation.

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A caller from Dogwood Drive contacted police at 4:19 PM to report their personal information had been used to file an unemployment claim. This is under investigation.

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Police were called to Cotuit Road at 5:42 PM when someone reported seeing two men riding bikes in the middle of the road. The men were not in the area when police arrived.

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A caller from Route 6A contacted police at 9:46 PM to report loud music was coming from the Sandwich Motor Lodge. Police found the party and advised them to turn the music down.

Thursday, September 24

A West Crossfield Drive resident contacted police at 6:36 AM to report that someone had thrown a rock through their sliding door. The homeowner had cleaned up the glass when police arrived. No one in the area heard or saw anything suspicious, and police do not have a suspect at this time.

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Police arrested Justin J. Jerin, 28, of Cranston, Rhode Island, at 7:20 AM. Mr. Jerin was arrested in his home state as a fugitive from justice and was transported to the Sandwich police station, where he was arrested and charged on an outstanding criminal warrant.

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Police responded to the scene of a car crash at 9 AM in a parking lot on Jan Sebastian Drive. The crash occurred when Ramona Friar, 73, of Marstons Mills backed out of a parking space and into a car driven by Obed Woodson, 36, of Centerville. No one was injured or cited.

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Police were called to Leveridge Lane at 10:46 AM when a ongoing issue between tenants was reported. Police spoke to both people involve and advised management of the problem.

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An Old Forge Road resident contacted police at 11:22 AM to report that their “Veterans for Trump” sign had been stolen. A neighbor reported they had a similar sign stolen, but it was returned, albeit in pieces. There are no suspects at this time.

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Police were called to Wood Avenue at 3:05 PM when someone reported a fight had broken out between two contractors who were working on a house. Neither man wanted to press charges.

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Police were called to Off The Grid on Route 6A at 6:12 PM when someone reported loud music coming from the restaurant. Police said the restaurant will be shutting down their entertainment offerings for the time being until they can work out their issues with Town Hall.

Friday, September 25

A Knott Avenue resident contacted police at 4:16 PM to report that a handcrafted wooden American flag on their property had been broken into pieces. Police have no suspects at this time.

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Police responded to the scene of a car crash on Route 6A at 6:02 PM. The crash occurred when Samuel Huntington, 36, of South Yarmouth had to stop short in traffic and was rear-ended by a car driven by Khloe Mitchell, 29, of Hyannis. No one was injured, and Ms. Mitchell was cited for following too closely.

Saturday, September 26

Police arrested Troi W. Mulcahy, 28, of Marstons Mills at 1:19 AM at the intersection of Jan Sebastian Drive and Route 130. An officer observed his car drive past in low gear with its engine winding and watched as the vehicle crossed the center line. The officer stopped the car and reported a strong smell of alcohol. Mr. Mulcahy was given a series of field sobriety tests, which he failed. He was arrested and charged with operating under the influence of liquor, a marked lanes violation and having no inspection sticker.

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A caller from Captain Crocker Road contacted police at 12:45 PM to report seeing a possibly drunk man staggering about the beach. Police spoke to others in the area, but no one saw a man fitting this description, nor was the man in the area when they arrived.

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Police were called to Freezer Road at 5:51 PM when someone reported an argument between drivers. The argument occurred when a taxi was dropping off customers and a woman in a white pickup truck started yelling at the taxi driver for blocking the roadway. No charges were filed, and the incident was documented.

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A bartender from Sandwich Hollows Golf Club contacted police at 7:07 PM to report a man had stumbled into the bar area for a drink and had become irate when the was denied an alcoholic beverage. The man fled the scene when the bartender started calling the police, leaving in such a hurry he left behind his cooler containing 17 White Claw hard seltzers. The man has not been identified.

Sunday, September 27

Police were called to a Piccadilly Road home at 2:39 AM when a homeowner reported some neighborhood children were playing ding dong ditch. The children were not in the area when police arrived.

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Police responded to the scene of a car crash on Route 130 at 10:02 AM. The crash occurred when Louis Almeida-Silva, 20, of Hyannis swerved to avoid crashing into a car that had slowed in front of him and he crashed into a telephone pole instead. He was not injured or cited.

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A caller from Route 130 contacted police at 5:31 PM to report she thought a store clerk was selling vape pens to minors, which resulted in her confronting the clerk. Police said the woman had no proof of the store selling to minors and the manager had told her not to return to the property.

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Police were called to the skate park on Quaker Meetinghouse Road at 7:34 PM when someone reported a remote control car was being used at the park. The racer was located and said they would be packing the car up and leaving.

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An officer in the area of Snake Pond at 10:31 PM found a man sitting in a lifeguard chair. He was advised of the town bylaw and went home.

Monday, September 28

A caller from Green Meadow Drive contacted police at 6:41 PM to report a truck had been idling in the area for over an hour and the caller thought it was suspicious. The truck driver was waiting to make a delivery at Joint Base Cape Cod.

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A Hilltop Drive resident contacted police at 9:59 AM to report she was upset she had been woken up by her landlord and several workers inside her residence. The caller claimed no attempt had been made to call her before this happened. When police arrived, they found a conspicuously placed notice at the main entrance informing the tenant of the date and time in which the workers would be there.

Tuesday, September 29

A resident from Newtown Road contacted police at 5:01 PM to report their information had been used to file a fraudulent unemployment claim. The incident is under investigation.

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Police were contacted by an Anthony Way resident at 6:49 PM when they found their information had been used to file an unemployment claim. No suspects have been identified at this time.

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