During the week of Monday, October 13, 2014 through Monday, October 20, 2014, the officers of the Yarmouth Police Department responded to 877 calls for service.
Over the course of the week, there were 10 domestic disturbances (3 arrests), one assault and battery (criminal summons issued), one assault (1 arrest), 2 reports of harassment, 3 reports of threat to commit a crime and 1 intimidation of a witness call.
Officers investigated 11 reports of suspicious activity, 17 suspicious motor vehicles and 9 suspicious persons. There were 9 general disturbances (1 arrest) and offers were called in to keep the peace on 3 occasions. There was unwanted guest call (1 arrest) and 13 reports of malicious destruction.
There were 9 reported larcenies (1 criminal summons issued), one reported shoplifting, 1 prowler, 2 reports of fraud, one report of forgery/counterfeit, 2 motor vehicle break-ins, 4 residential break-ins and one commercial break-in. Officers responded to 12 burglar alarms and 1 panic alarm (one arrest). Officers also investigated one open door/window.
Officers assisted other public agencies on 9 occasions and the Department of Natural Resources on 9 occasions. There were 45 departmental services, one fire, one fishing inspection, 2 civil complaints, 15 compliance checks and 5 officers wanted. One officer was injured on-duty and K9 units were deployed on 6 occasions. There was one drug offense and 4 drug investigations. Officers investigated two possible homeless camps, one at Crowe's Purchase the other behind the Thunderbird Motel. There were 5 warrant service attempts (4 arrests), 2 restraining order violations (1 arrest), 5 restraining order service attempts (4 in hand), 13 summons service attempts (4 in hand) and 3 subpoena attempts (2 in hand).
There were 13 medical problems, one report of child abuse/neglect (found to be false), 4 suicidal persons, one runaway from RFK/Children's Action Corp., 2 missing persons, 2 missing persons located, one family offense, 12 welfare checks conducted (1 arrest, 1 to hospital) and 6 intoxicated persons (3 to hospital, 2 in protective custody).
There was 1 juvenile complaint, 1 littering complaint, 2 reports of sick/injured animals, 4 noise complaints, 2 fireworks complaints and 2 reports of gunshots.
Eighty-three motorists were pulled over. Four warnings were issued, 8 citations and 2 summons. Six people were arrested during motor vehicle stops. There were 13 other traffic related calls. There were 12 motor vehicle complaints (1 arrest). There was also one bike stop conducted.
There were 19 arrests (arrestee names and charges are not provided, only call data):
There were 12 motor vehicle crashes: