Falmouth Police Blotter: 3/1-3/7/13

Gunshots, overdoses and intoxicated persons
Falmouth police activity for the week of March 1-March 7, 2013.

During the period between Friday, March 1 and Thursday, March 7, 2013, Falmouth police officers responded to 360 services calls. Calls included everything from motor vehicle stops to animal complaints, welfare checks and other general police work.

There were five motor vehicle crashes, two on March 4 and three on March 6.  There were three vandalism calls, two overdoses, one report of gunshots, one motor vehicle theft, two domestic disturbances, two assault and batteries, six breaking and entering reports (homes or businesses), two suspicious motor vehicles, eight suspicious persons, three reported larcenies, three reports of vandalism and four intoxicated persons.

There were several arrests during the week:

  • Benjamin C. Abney, 26, of 31 Swallow Street in Falmouth, was arrested on four separate warrants on March 1.
  • Matthew Lopes, 28, of 3 Flax Pond Road in East Falmouth, was arrested on a warrant during an unwanted guest call on March 2.
  • Brian A. Ferreira, 45, homeless, was arrested and charged with trespassing during a suspicious person call on March 2.
  • Thomas J. McManamon, 64, of 125 Shore Street, Apt. F in Falmouth was taken into protective custody during an unwanted guest call on March 3.
  • Raymond Bastille, 55, of 114 Locust Street in Falmouth, was taken into protective custody during an intoxicated person call on March 4.
  • Ryan David Desrosiers, 28, of Dorcester, MA, was arrested on a warrant during an unwanted guest call on March 4.

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