Weekly Police Department Reports/Arrests – Week of July 6th, 2015

Editor’s Note: This article will be updated as more departments report in.

PROVINCETOWN – Provincetown Police report the following arrests for the past week. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
On July 2nd at 11:05 p.m. Ofc. Jason Sullivan arrested
Bruce M. Heron, 50, of Provincetown who was charged with

Warrant arrest

On July 3rd at 5:06 a.m. Sgt. Gregory Hennick arrested
Whitney Kay Hammons, 39, of Provincetown who was charged with
Warrant arrest

On July 4th at 3:23 p.m. Sgt. Gregory Hennick arrested
Daniel Allen Tripp, 36, of Provincetown who was charged with
Disorderly conduct
Assault and battery

On July 4th at 10:23 p.m. Ofc. Kevan Spoor arrested
Eric B. Oxtoby, 21, of Truro who was charged with
Disorderly conduct
Mistreating or interfering with a police horse

On July 4th at 11:04 p.m. Ofc. Christopher Landry arrested
Dennis E. McMenamy, 28, of North Easton, MA who was charged with
Disorderly conduct
Resisting arrest
Warrant arrest

On July 4th at 11:50 p.m. Ofc. Rachel Peters arrested
Peter Joseph Nielsen, 24, of Wolcott, CT who was charged with
Possession of a Class D substance
Possession of a Class E substance
Media release furnished by Provincetown Police

TRURO – Truro Police report the following arrest for the past week. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
On June 30th at 1:07 a.m. Ofc. David Hobbs arrested
Todd P. Lattimore, 38, of New York, NY who was charged with
Fail to identify self to police
Operating after license suspended

On July 4th at 3:29 a.m. Sgt. Jeremiah Valli arrested
Sydney M. Higgins, 19, of Warwick, RI who was charged with
Operating under the influence of liquor
Operating negligently to endanger
Open container of alcohol in a vehicle
Fraud or misuse of RMV document
No license in possession

On July 4th at 9:54 p.m. Sgt. David Perry arrested
David L. Martin, 53, of Eastham who was charged with
Operating under the influence of liquor (4th offense)
Operating negligently to endanger
Leaving the scene of property damage
Media release furnished by Truro Police

WELLFLEET – Wellfleet Police report the following arrest for the past week. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
On June 30th at 1:17 a.m.
Brittany R. Pearson, 22, of Hyannis was charged with
Warrant arrest
Media release furnished by Wellfleet Police

YARMOUTH – Yarmouth Police report that overall it was a hectic but beautiful 72-hour period. The beaches, parks, golf courses, motels, and restaurants were packed as there was thousands of residents, workers, and visitors in town and the overwhelmingly vast majority enjoyed a wonderful Independence Day in our community.

The men and women of the Yarmouth Police Department patrolled the streets in fully marked—semi-marked—and unmarked police cruisers, as well as on motorcycles, mountain bikes, and on foot.

Police responded to hundreds of calls for police services but except for the burning of a section of the dock at Bass Hole Beach, there were no major crimes reported and no serious injury or fatal crashes or impaired driving arrests.

Yarmouth Policethank their Police Officers, Dispatchers, Civilian Support Staff, fellow Town Employees, and the Yarmouth Business Community; as well as Town Taxi of Hyannis and Operation Safe Ride Home. Everyone worked together as a team and we look forward to enjoying another beautiful week here in Yarmouth and on Cape Cod.

Please remember to call Yarmouth Police 24 houts a day if you need help and always use your seat belts, watch out for bicyclists, and put on that sun screen!

Independence Day Weekend 201572-Hour Review

Police log entries 424
Motor vehicle stops 38
Fireworks complaints 19
Disturbances 10
Domestic violence reports 10
Motor vehicle crashes 8
Portective custodies 5
Arrests 4
Impaired drivers 0
Serious injury crashes 0
Fatal crashes 0
Media release furnished by Yarmouth Police

BARNSTABLE – Barnstable Police report they responded to 1,458 calls for service for the past week. This included 9 hit & run crashes, 8 personal injury crashes and 43 property damage crashes. Officers made 66 arrests, including 44 on scene, 15 summons and 7 previous incident arrests.
Media release furnished by Barnstable Police

SANDWICH –Sandwich Police report the following arrest for the past week. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
On July 1st at 1:53 a.m.
Madison Bohanna, 42, of Hyannis was charged with
Operating under influence of liquor (3rd offense)
Operating negligently to endanger
Marked lanes violation
Operating after registration revoked
Unregistered vehicle
Uninsured vehicle
Data furnished by Sandwich Police

BOURNE – Bourne Police report over the holiday week they responded to 536 calls for service which included 11 arrests, 44 various incidents, 7 investigated motor vehicle crashes, all the while providing 119 motor vehicle citations on the roadways and documenting 42 parking violations at area beaches.
Media release furnished by Bourne Police

FALMOUTH –Falmouth Police report the following arrests for the past week. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
On July 1st at 12:18 a.m.
Richard S. Murphy Jr., 57, of Arlington, MA was charged with
Operating under the influence of liquor
Operating negligently to endanger
Marked lanes violation
Open container of alcohol in a vehicle
No license in possession

On July 1st at 6:07 p.m.
Brian Anthony Ferreira, 47, of Teaticket was charged with
Warrant arrest
Possession of a Class D substance (marijuana)(1 oz. or less)

On July 3rd at 2:36 a.m.
William S. Pride, 25, of South Boston, MA was charged with
Failing to obey police officer
Resisting arrest
Disorderly conduct

On July 3rd at 11:40 a.m.
Kane Julius Washington, 22, of East Falmouth was charged with
Warrant arrest

On July 3rd at 9:48 p.m.
Ari Benjamin, 22, of Falmouth was charged with
Obstruction of justice

On July 4th at 4:31 a.m.
Lindsey J. Connolly, 33, of East Falmouth was charged with
Operating under the influence of liquor
Data furnished by Falmouth Police


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