Friday, March 16, 2012

Suspicious Eyes

The following incidents are posted here verbatim from the local police blotter:

Falmouth, March 2 at 8:30 pm: A caller reported a white pit bull with a black patch over its eye was standing in the middle of Gray Road while licking the pavement. Police were unable to locate the dog.

Yarmouth, March 5 at 11:20 am: A man seen working with a laptop in a parked car on Princes Point Road had left the area by the time police responded to a call about suspicious activity.

Freeport, March 6 at 10:20 pm:  Police responding to a call about suspicious activity on School Street discovered a crew repairing a natural gas line.

Yarmouth, March 8 at 5:49 pm: Police responding to a burglary call at Dugas Shipyard on Bayview Street discovered some boats in storage had been entered. It appears nothing was taken and the boats were undamaged.

Freeport, March 9 at 4:10 pm: Police alerted Secret Service agents after it was reported someone circulated a counterfeit $20 bill on Lower Main Street. 

Yarmouth, March 10 at 9:09 pm: A local cab driver alerted police to a possible drug deal occurring on Route 1, but there was not enough information available for police to follow up with an investigation.


  1. nice to know they actually respond.....

  2. Deb: They respond too much! Since there is so little crime here, the 12 cops (that's a real number) on the Freeport force spend their time looking for wrongdoing where this none. It's stupid.