During the period of Monday, September 16, 2013 through Monday, September 23, 2013, the officers of the Provincetown Police Department responded to 427 calls for service.
In what appeared to be a relatively quiet week, there were three disturbances, one neighbor dispute, one disorderly, one assault and two domestic disturbances reported.
There were two reports of larceny, one report of shoplifting and one fraudulent check. On three occasions, residents reported suspicious activity and there were four noise complaints. Three people reported being harassed. There was one structure fire.
There were 26 medical emergencies and 8 sounding alarms. One dog was reportedly lost, two were loose and two loose dogs were reunited with their owners.
Officers pulled over 31 drivers and issued 9 citations. One person was arrested during a motor vehicle stop, see below.
Although wild animals were a bit more tame this week (see rabid squirrel), folks continued to lose their possessions including bags, several wallets, a driver's license, a credit card, a camera, several phones, some jewelry, glasses, keys, a purse and a jacket (yes, someone called the police about their lost jacket).
There were two arrests:
On Sunday, September 22 at 2:49 a.m., Colin E. Perel, 24, of One Pine Ridge Road in North Truro, was arrested during a motor vehicle stop and charged with OUI-liquor, OUI-drugs, marked lanes violation, speeding, operating a motor vehicle to endanger.
On Saturday, September 21 at 2:14 p.m, Carleton Hunter, Jr., 40, of 962 Commercial Street, Apt. 9 in Provincetown, was arrested during a domestic disturbance call and charged with domestic assault and battery and three counts of destruction of property.
There were six motor vehicle accidents: