Provincetown Police Blotter: 3/18/13 to 4/1/13

Medical emergencies, motor vehicle stops and three arrests
Provincetown police activity from 3/18-4/1/13.

During the two-week period of Monday, March 18, 2013 through Monday, April 1, 2013, the officers of the Provincetown Police Department responded to 734 service calls.

During that time there were 84 motor vehicle stops, three missing persons reported, one structure fire, one brush fire, three disturbances, on harassment report, two assaults, one domestic assault, one report of suspicious activity and 29 medical emergencies.

Pets kept Provincetown officers busy with one reported dog bite, one dog reported stolen, one dog reported lost, an injured cat and several animal complaints.

A lot of items seem to go missing at the Cape tip too.  The following items were found and turned into police: a dog collar, a wallet, an American Express card, a Kindle and several sets of keys.  Several items were also reportedly lost including a phone, a wallet and a floral purse.

There were three arrests made during the two week period:

  • At 1:52 a.m., Sunday, March 24, 2013, officers pulled over Robert J. Caneiro, 49, of 254 Bradford Street, Provincetown on Bradford Street at Bangs Street. He was placed under arrest and charged with OUI-liquor, failure to stop/yield, marked lanes violations and operating to endanger/negligent operation of a motor vehicle.
  • At 11:24 a.m., Monday, March 18, officers arrested Lana Rose Barbaro, 64, of 44 Harry Kemp Way, Apt. 35, Provincetown on Ryder Street and charged her with violation of a harassment prevention order.

There were four motor vehicle accidents during the two week period:

  • On Saturday, March 30 at 5:08 p.m. on Route 6.
  • On Thursday, March 28 at 12:22 p.m. on Commercial Street.
  • On Wednesday, March 27 at 5:17 p.m. at Masonic Place.
  • On Sunday, March 24 at 4:52 p.m. on Commercial Street.

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