During the week of July 15 through July 22, the Sandwich Police responded to a total of 189 calls, including 11 ambulance assists and six car crashes. Officers made three arrests. The following are excerpts from their logs.

Wednesday, July 15

Police were called to Roos Road at 9:38 AM when a resident reported that a gate on his property had been opened and he felt that someone had trespassed on his property. Police said that no charges have been filed in the incident.

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An East Crossfield Road resident contacted police at 6:07 PM to report that he had received a letter in the mail from someone claiming that there was a man living nearby who was using binoculars to look at his daughters. Police said that they investigated, but found no evidence that this was true.

Thursday, July 16

Police responded to the scene of a car crash on Main Street at 2:12 PM. Police said the crash occurred when Jason Feeley, 37, of Yarmouth was turning left onto Grove Street while Kendra McIntosh, 20, of Plymouth was turning left onto Main Street and their vehicles collided. No one was injured or cited.

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A caller from Pine Street contacted police at 8:26 PM to report that there was a group of children fighting in the roadway. Police responded and found a group of teenagers yelling at each other. No one was assaulted and no charges were filed.

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Police were called to Boulder Brook Road at 8:32 PM when someone reported that there was a loud party in the area. Police spoke to the partiers and advised them to quiet down.

Friday, July 17

A Meiggs Backus Road resident contacted police at 7:51 AM to report that someone in a Toyota was driving by and taking pictures of their house. The vehicle was gone when police arrived.

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As the result of a traffic stop on Route 130 at 12:17 PM a 24-year-old Hyannis man will be summoned to court on charges of operating a motor vehicle and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.

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A caller from June Lane contacted police at 5:04 PM to report that they had received a large sum of money from someone they did not know. Police said that the sender of the money has been located and the incident is under investigation.

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Police were called to a Boulder Brook Road residence at 6:52 PM when someone reported that there was a loud party happening. Police spoke to the owner of the home where the party was underway and told them to quiet things down.

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A Mill Road resident contacted police at 10:01 PM to report that someone had rung their doorbell, but no one was there when they answered the door. Police said that it appears to have been children playing games.

Saturday, July 18

As the result of a traffic stop at the intersection of Cotuit Road and Regents Gate at 6:36 AM, a 27-year-old Bradford man will be summoned to court on charges of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and speeding.

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A Falmouth-Sandwich Road resident contacted police at 9:27 AM to report that the tires on their two vehicles had been slashed. Police said that the incident is under investigation.

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A caller from North Shore Boulevard contacted police at 6:44 PM to report that there was a fight happening in the area. Police said that the incident was only a verbal altercation and no charges were filed.

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Police were called to the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital on Service Road at 10:35 PM when someone reported seeing a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot. Police learned that the vehicle belonged to an employee of the facility.

Sunday, July 19

A Highridge Lane resident contacted police at 2:08 AM to report a loud party in the area. Police spoke to the people partying and advised them of the town bylaw.

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Police were called to Oakcrest Cove on Quaker Meetinghouse Road at 6:42 AM when someone reported that there was a car parked by the cabins. Police said that the car belonged to a town employee who is living in the cabin for the summer.

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A caller from Game Farm Drive contacted police at 2:54 PM to report seeing a possible drunk man in the parking lot. Police found the man and determined that he was with a group of people in the area. Someone from the group he was with removed him from the area.

Monday, July 20

A caller from Pine Street contacted police at 10:29 AM to report finding a suspicious-looking bag on the side of the road. Police said that the bag contained the remains of dog. The dog’s body was turned over to Animal Control.

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As the result of a traffic stop at the intersection of Quaker Meetinghouse Road and Courtland Drive at 10:39 AM, a 22-year-old Sandwich man will be summoned to court on charges of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and speeding.

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A Liberty Street resident contacted police at 2:50 PM to report a possible break-in after they found a candle on the floor of their basement. Police said that there was no evidence of a break-in.

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A Cove Road resident contacted police at 5:37 PM to report that someone had filed unemployment using their personal information. The incident is under investigation.

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Police responded to the scene of a car crash on Main Street at 7:08 PM. Police said that the crash occurred when Samuel Grossman, 30, of Sandwich crashed into a fence and some bushes. No one was injured or cited.

Tuesday, July 21

Police responded to the scene of a car crash on Town Neck Road at 12:25 PM. Police said that the crash occurred when Darren Greene, 54 of Swedesboro, New Jersey, stopped for a railroad crossing signal and decided to turn his car around. In doing so, police said he crashed into a car driven by David Milligan, 49, of Forestdale. No one was injured or cited.

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A Chase Road resident contacted police at 12:27 PM to report hearing a loud alarm in the area. Police said that it was quiet when they arrived.

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Police were called to Jarves Street at 12:52 PM when someone reported that a check someone had used to purchase $1,600 in artwork had bounced. Police said that charges are pending.

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A Kensington Drive resident contacted police at 8:22 PM to report that they had seen a group of teenagers looking into their windows and knocking on their door. Police said that they found three young teenagers in the area and spoke with their parents.

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