During the week of Monday, October 6, 2014 through Monday, October 13, 2014, the officers of the Yarmouth Police Department responded to 785 calls for service.
During the week there were 10 domestic disturbances (1 protective custody), 3 assaults, 9 general disturbances (1 arrest, 1 criminal summons), 2 reports of harassment, five attempted restraining order harassment services (3 in hand), 1 restraining order violation and 2 reported sex offenses. There was 1 sex offender registry check, 8 attempted warrant services (3 arrests) and 2 search warrants (2 arrests).
Officers investigated 11 reports of suspicious activity, 18 suspicious motor vehicles and 12 suspicious persons. There were 19 sounding burglar alarms and 2 panic alarms (both unfounded). There were 2 reports of malicious destruction.
Citizens requested officers on 11 occasions. Officers assisted the Department of Natural Resources on 11 occasions and other agencies on 9 occasions. The Cape Cod Drug Task Force met once. There was 1 fire, 1 drug investigation and 1 drug offense. There were 2 summons service attempts (1 made), 1 fishing inspection conducted and 3 K9 deployments. Officers also investigated possible homeless camps near Cape & Island Mitsubishi and Premier Auto.
There were 9 residential break-ins (1 arrest), 1 commercial break-in, 7 larcenies (1 arrest), 3 reports of shoplifting (1 arrest), 1 motor vehicle break-in, 5 reports of fraud and one reported prowler.
Officers responded to 15 medical problems and 2 drug overdoses. There were 2 suicidal persons, 4 intoxicated persons (1 taken to the hospital), 1 psychological/emotional call, 1 runaway and 1 death notifications. Officers conducted 4 welfare checks. Officers were injured during duty on two occasions. There was one report of abuse/neglect of a child found to be false.
There were 5 injured/sick animal calls and 2 animal complaints. There was 1 bylaw violation, 2 reports of gunshots, 3 noise complaints, 1 fireworks complaint, 1 solicitor complaint, 1 report of annoying phone calls, 1 juvenile complain and 4 civil complaints.
Seventy-five motorists were pulled over (3 summons, 5 citations, 3 written warnings and 2 arrests). There were 10 miscellaneous motor vehicle calls including radar assignments, road closures during an accident and disabled motor vehicles. There were 10 motor vehicle complaints (1 protective custody).
There were 12 arrests (arrestee names and charges are not provided, only call data):
There were 21 motor vehicle accidents: