Provincetown Police Blotter: 10/7/13 to 10/21/13

Six arrests, two OUIs, gunshots and several disturbances
Provincetown police activity for 10/7/13-10/21/13.

During the two-week period of October 7, 2013 through October 21, 2013, the officers of the Provincetown Police Department responded to 871 calls for service.

One person was reported missing, there was one unfounded report of someone requiring assistance at the breakwater, one landlord vs. tenant dispute, one Section 12 following a motor vehicle stop, 4 reports of harassment and two people reported receiving threats.

Officers conducted five bar checks and responded to two reports of suspicious activity, three disorderlies, two reports of suspicious activity, two reports of gun shots, one residential breaking and entering, three domestic disputes and nine disturbances, two of which resulted in arrests.  There were five noise complaints, three reports of larceny and one report of vandalism. A variety of the usual items including wallets, phones, cameras and IDs went lost and were found.

There were 40 medical calls, 44 motor vehicle stops and 23 sounding alarms.

In addition to 4 nondescript animal calls, there were 4 reports of dogs in cars, one found cat, one report of a dog possibly in distress, one found dog, one lost dog and 7 loose dogs, one of which earned his owner a citation.  On the wild side, there was one report of concern about a raccoon, one dead fox, one dead possum, one dead gull, two injured birds and one report of birds in the chimney. There was also one rather odd report of a "cell phone vs. coyotes".

There was one unfounded report of the smell of smoke, one reported power outage, three separate reports of downed wires, one reported water leak and one reported fuel spill.

There were 6 arrests during the two weeks:

  • On Sunday, October 20 at 3:16 a.m., Henri Stephen Sann, 38, of 118 Quincy St. Apt. D1 in Brooklyn, NY, was arrested during a motor vehicle stop on Commercial Street and charged with OUI-liquor, operating a motor vehicle to endanger, marked lanes violation and failure to stop for police.
  • On Saturday, October 19 at 11:07 p.m., Shannon Denise Curtis, 41, of 921 Blue Bird Circle in Mays Landing, NJ, was arrested during a disturbance call on Commercial Street and charged with domestic assault and battery.
  • On Monday, October 14 at 9:06 a.m., Barry A. Morrison, 50, of 187 Main Street in Dennis, was arrested during a motor vehicle stop on and charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.
  • On Sunday, October 13 at 11:28 p.m., Thomas J. Czyoski, 63, homeless/Provincetown, was arrested on a default warrant.
  • On Saturday, October 12 at 1:21 a.m., Jason C. Hughes, 27, of 789 Commercial Street in Provincetown, was arrested during a motor vehicle stop at Bradford Street and Alden Street charged with OUI-liquor, operating a motor vehicle to endanger and a motor vehicle lights violation.
  • On Monday, October 7 at 9:14 p.m., Erik Williams Codacovi, 43, of 163 Scofield Road in Lake Luzerne, NY, was arrested during a disturbance call on Commercial Street and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon (knife).

There were 6 motor vehicle accidents during the two weeks:

  • Sunday, October 20 at 10:29 a.m. at Lopes Square (hit and run)
  • Thursday, October 17 at 6:21 p.m. on Commercial Street (minor)
  • Friday, October 11 at 3:15 p.m. on Commercial Street (motor vehicle vs. pedi cab)
  • Thursday, October 10 at 3:18 p.m. on Commercial Street (hit and run)
  • Wednesday, October 9 at 11:21 a.m. on Commercial Street
  • Wednesday, October 9 at 8:26 a.m. on Route 6

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