During the week of June 10 through June 17, 2020, the Sandwich Police responded to a total of 175 calls including two ambulance assists and seven car crashes. Officers made two arrests. The following are excerpts from their logs.

Wednesday, June 10

A caller from Spring Hill Road contacted police at 9:51 AM to report having seen a man use the beach access stairs on her property via her home’s video surveillance system. Police said that the man was gone when they arrived and it did not appear as though anything on the property was out of place.

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Police were called to Quaker Meetinghouse Road at 12:24 PM when someone reported that a man had just tried to sell her drugs. Police said that the man was gone when they arrived.

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Police were called to a Shore Drive home at 1:56 PM when someone reported that their next door neighbor, Danielle L. Cook, 26, had threatened them. A warrant for her arrest on a charge of intimidating a witness was issued, though an arrest was not made at this time as Ms. Cook was not at the scene when police arrived.

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A Cardinal Road resident contacted police at 3:44 PM to report seeing a suspicious white sedan being driven in the area. Police said that the report turned out to be unfounded.

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As the result of a traffic stop at the intersection of Quaker Meetinghouse Road and the Mid-Cape Highway, Kelly A. Fitzpatrick, 42, of Sandwich, was arrested on an outstanding warrant. Police said that Ms. Fitzpatrick was a passenger in the car that was stopped and that the warrant is out of Wareham District Court on charges of narcotics and motor vehicle violations.

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A caller from Quaker Meetinghouse Road contacted police at 9:16 PM to report seeing a suspicious blue sedan parked by some dumpsters in the area. Police spoke to the driver who said that they had pulled off the roadway to make some phone calls.

Thursday, June 11

Police responded to the scene of a car crash on Service Road at 4:57 AM. Police said that the crash occurred when a driver struck a deer in the roadway. The driver was not injured, but the deer did not survive the crash.

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A Dukes Drive resident contacted police at 1:20 PM to report that someone had filed for unemployment assistance using their personal information. There are no suspects.

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The Sandwich Fire Department assisted a caller from Route 6A at 6:32 PM when they became locked out of their vehicle.

Friday, June 12

Police were called to Snake Pond Road at 5:04 PM when someone reported seeing a jet ski on the pond. Police spoke to the person with the jet ski and advised them of the town bylaw forbidding jet skis on the pond.

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A caller from Manor Drive contacted police at 5:21 PM to report that someone was playing loud music in the area. Police said that everything was quiet when they arrived, but that the homeowner was advised of the town bylaw.

Saturday, June 13

A caller from Quaker Meetinghouse Road contacted police at 6:42 AM to report that there was a huge dead bird in the middle of the road. Police said that the dead turkey was moved to the side of the road.

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Police were called to Uphill Road at 12:56 PM when someone reported that two men were fighting about the way one of the men walked their dog. Police said that one of the men was angry because the dog-walker did not clean up after the dog. The men were advised to stay away from each other. The men agreed to the officer’s advice.

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Police returned to Uphill Road at 6:58 PM because the two adult men were not able to leave each other alone. The were again advised to stop talking to each other and were told that if the arguments continued, criminal charges would be filed.

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A caller from Annie’s Lane contacted police at 9:12 PM to report seeing a suspicious silver car in the area. Police said that the car was gone when they arrived.

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A Shawme Road resident contacted police at 8:58 PM to report an ongoing issue with a neighbor throwing loud parties every weekend. Police said that the homeowner was spoken to and advised of the town noise bylaw.

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Police were called to Beachway East at 10:58 PM when someone reported hearing a loud group of teenagers on the beach. The group was spoken to and advised of the town bylaw.

Sunday, June 14

Police were called to Nauset Street at 12:47 AM when someone reported that there was a loud party in the area. The homeowners were spoken to and advised of the town bylaw.

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A P.A. Landers employee contacted police at 12:43 PM to report having found a tent that had been pitched near the wood line of the property despite no trespassing signs. Police said that a notice was placed on the tent to advise the owner that they are not allowed to be there.

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Police responded to the scene of a car crash at the intersection of Route 6A and Spring Hill Road at 2:13 PM. Police said that the crash occurred when a 16-year-old Sandwich boy was attempting to pull through an intersection and drove into the path of a car driven by Eric Cheever, 27, of Marstons Mills. No one was injured or cited in the crash.

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A caller from Knott Avenue contacted police at 11:40 PM to report that someone was having a loud party in the area. Police said that the partiers were advised of the town bylaw.

Monday, June 15

Danielle Cook, 26, of Sandwich turned herself into police at 2:20 PM. Police said that she has been charged with intimidation of a witness.

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Police responded to the scene of a car crash at the intersection of Route 6A and Tupper Road at 7:27 PM. Police said that the crash occurred when Frank Lei, 61, of Malden was taking a right turn at the intersection and crashed head-on into a car driven by a 16-year-old Buzzards Bay girl. Police said that no one was injured and Mr. Lei was cited for a marked lanes violation and making an improper turn.

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A Freeman Avenue resident contacted police at 10:15 PM to report that their “Stars and Bars” confederacy flag had been stolen from their property. They said that they did not want a police officer to come out, but wanted the incident documented.

Tuesday, June 16

Police responded to the scene of a car crash on Cotuit Road at 9:10 AM. Police said that the crash occurred when Tyrone Gomes, 69, of Hyannis was driving around the former Eastern Bank property and drove over some decorative stones, causing the vehicle to become stuck. He was not injured or cited and his vehicle was towed.

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Police responded to the scene of a car crash on Cotuit Road at 4:51 PM. Police said that the crash occurred when a 17-year-old East Sandwich girl slowed her car in traffic and was rear-ended by a car driven by Thomas Finlay, 62, of Mashpee who told police that he was not paying attention due to being preoccupied by his car radio. The impact of the crash caused the teenager’s car to crash into the rear of a car driven by Raklabah Brown, 27, of Plymouth. No one was injured and Mr. Finlay was cited for impeded operation of a motor vehicle.

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