Over the seven-day period of Monday, December 8, 2014 to Monday, December 15, 2014, the officers of the Yarmouth Police Department responded to 885 calls for service.
During the week there were five domestic disturbances (3 arrests), one assault and battery, 2 reports of harassment (one criminal summons) and 3 general disturbances (2 arrests). Officers attempted 3 warrant services, one subpoena (notification made), one summons (notification made) and 4 restraining order/harassment services (3 notifications made). There were 2 reported restraining order/harassment violations (one arrest). Officers were called in to keep the peace on one occasion. There were 36 suspicious motor vehicles (2 arrests), 22 suspicious persons (one arrest) and 8 reports of suspicious activity.
Officers were requested on 14 occasions. Officers assisted other agencies on 7 occasions and the Yarmouth Department of Natural Resources on 11 occasions. There was one K9 deployment. There was one unwanted guest and two intoxicated persons (one taken into protective custody). There was one report of malicious destruction, one school disturbance at D-Y High School (criminal summons), 4 compliance checks at motels and 5 hunting inspections. There was one drug investigation and 2 drug offenses (one of which was at D-Y HS and resulted in a bylaw summons).
There were 8 larcenies, one motor vehicle larceny, 2 reports of fraud, 7 residential break-ins (1 arrest), 2 motor vehicle break-ins and one report of shoplifting (criminal summons). Officers responded to 34 burglar alarms (one school, 15 business and 18 residential). Officers investigated one open door/window.
There were 6 medical problems, one unattended death, 6 psychological/emotional calls, 3 suicidal persons, one runaway, 2 missing persons and 3 missing persons located. There were 2 drug overdoses. Officers conducted 6 welfare checks (one person in protective custody).
There were 3 reports of gunshots fired, 3 civil complaints, one noise complaint, 5 reports of injured/sick animals and one animal complaint.
One hundred and ten motorists were pulled over during the week. Five warnings, 7 summons and 3 citations were issued. Four people were arrested and two breathalyzer tests were administered. There were two parking offense calls, 13 motor vehicle complaints and 14 other motor vehicle-related calls including one tow and one repossession. There was one bicycle stop.
There were 14 arrests (only incident information is provided, not charges or names):
There were 12 motor vehicle accidents: