During the week of May 29 through June 5, 2019, the Sandwich police responded to a total of 178 calls including 26 ambulance assists, six car crashes, and one overdose. Officers made two arrests. The following are excerpts from their logs.

Thursday, May 30, 2019

Police were called to Dillingham Avenue at 12:02 AM when someone reported hearing a loud buzzing noise in the area. Police investigated and found that the buzzing was coming from a nearby home generator.

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An employee from the Waypoint Academy inside the former Henry T. Wing School on Water Street contacted police at 12:49 PM to report that a student’s iPhone may have been stolen. Police said that the phone was not found and that there are no suspects.

Friday, May 31, 2019

Police were called to the Ryder Conservation Lands at 2:21 PM when someone reported that their car had been broken into. The car’s door was pried open, but nothing had been taken. The vehicle was checked for fingerprints and other evidence.

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A Liberty Street resident contacted police at 4:40 PM when a landlord and tenant were having an argument over rent. Both people were advised to avoid each other until the eviction process was settled.

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Police responded to the scene of a suspected overdose in Sandwich Village at 7:15 PM when someone reported an unresponsive woman in a car. Narcan was administered to the 56-year-old Falmouth woman, who regained consciousness and said she had snorted a white substance she thought was cocaine. The woman was taken to the hospital for evaluation.

Saturday, June 1, 2019

Police were called to Bridle Path home at 9:52 AM when a resident reported that while parked at Talbot’s Point earlier in the day, someone had pried open their car’s door. Nothing was reported missing and there are no suspects.

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An Easterly Drive resident contacted police at 11:58 AM to report they had received a voicemail from a man they did not know who was swearing at them. Police were able to contact the man, who said he was tired of receiving robocalls and must have mis-dialed.

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Police responded to the scene of a car crash on Route 6A at 3:18 PM. Police said the crash occurred when Bailey Maiato, 21, of Sandwich was stopped in traffic and her vehicle was rear-ended by a car driven by a 17-year-old Sandwich girl. No one was injured or cited.

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Police were called to Cove Road at 7:40 PM when someone reported that their mailbox had been snapped off the post and stolen. The mailbox has not been found and there are no suspects.

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Police responded to Elijah’s Hollow Road at 9:01 PM when someone reported there was loud music playing in the area. Police spoke to the people playing the music. They agreed to quiet down.

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Police went to a Harbor Street residence at 11:04 PM when someone reported a loud argument happening at their neighbor’s house. Police arrived and found that it was an argument between two friends who were watching the Boston Bruins game.

Sunday, June 2, 2019

As the result of a traffic stop on Route 130 at 10:57 AM, a 28-year-old Sandwich man will be summoned to court on charges of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and operating an unregistered motor vehicle.

Monday, June 3, 2019

Police were called to the scene of a car crash at the intersection of Route 130 and Pimlico Pond Road at 5:51 PM. Police said the crash occurred when Peter Bradbury, 49, of Mashpee was stopped in traffic and was rear-ended by a car driven by Jason Ripley, 26, of East Sandwich.

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

A man walked into the police station at 2:33 AM to report that his GPS monitoring bracelet was not working. Police contacted the man’s probation officer who said they would check in with the man over the phone.

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Police responded to the scene of a car crash on Quaker Meetinghouse Road at 2:30 PM. Police said the crash occurred when a 17-year-old East Sandwich boy was exiting Sandwich High School and drove into the path of a car driven by Teresa Beriau, 65, of East Sandwich. No one was injured or cited in the crash.

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Police were called to an ATM on Route 6A at 8:02 PM when a passerby reported that someone may be tampering with the machine. Police spoke to the person at the ATM and determined there was no issue.

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