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Our thoughts and prayers are with Delaware State Police Corporal Stephen J. Ballard, his family, friends and colleagues. ... See MoreSee Less

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ROAD CONSTRUCTION (Davis Straits)- On Friday, Davis Straits, between Jones Rd and Falmouth Heights Rd, will be reduced to one lane. Please seek an alternate route. This will not occur until the milling on Jones Road finishes for the day (estimated to occur 9-10AM). ... See MoreSee Less

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ROAD CONSTRUCTION (Jones Road)- On Friday, traffic attempting to enter Jones Road from Gifford Street will be detoured to Dillingham Road. The detour is expected to last from 7AM - approx. 10AM. The road will be open to traffic approaching from the Stop & Shop end. ... See MoreSee Less

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Alcohol and your Brain. Check out this video... ... See MoreSee Less

An amazing 3D representation on the effect alcohol has on your body and brain. Find out more about the metabolism of alcohol and what is Blood Alcohol Concen...

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Karli B. KatzI find it troubling that it is common knowledge (with an overwhelming about of scientific evidence supporting) that the brain's frontal lobe can still be developing up till age 26, that alcohol can cause irreversible damage, and yet legal drinking age is 21.

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Linda O'NeillGood basic info - should be watched by everyone!! :)

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Mary Ann LatterIt's the worst drug out there.

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William MaxwellI need a beer after watching that

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Assault & Battery Dangerous Weapon (serious injury). On Saturday, the Falmouth Police responded to a Sandwich Road address to investigate a report of an assault and battery. Upon arrival, Officers located the victim with serious injuries and learned that the suspect had fled on foot. A Barnstable County Sheriff's Office Canine track was initiated and the suspect was found behind a house in the area and placed into custody. The injured party was transported by the Falmouth Fire/Rescue Dept. to the hospital for lacerations and possible broken bones. A preliminary investigation revealed that the two had an argument, which led to a physical altercation including the victim being kicked in the head several times. ... See MoreSee Less

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Lynda RuthTheir is a special in hell for people for people who do those horrible things.

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Jennifer MoranThank Falmouth PD for assisting this person and catching the pathetic person that did such a thing!😡

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Mike MurphyTakes real scum to kick someone in the head when they are down. Sign of weakness and cowardice

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Scott MacDonaldWell at least it was one on one and nobody got stabbed or shot

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Unlicensed Operator Arrested on the Way to Court. On Friday the Falmouth Police responded to an erratic motor vehicle complaint. Upon locating the vehicle and stopping it, they discovered the operator was unlicensed and on his way to the Falmouth District Court for another matter. As a result, he was arrested for unlicensed operation. ... See MoreSee Less

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Scott MacDonaldThe tangled web of the court system

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Skip GonsalvesNow go after illegals driving !!!

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Janelle WaymanYou gotta do what you gotta do 😂😂😂

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Joe ManganSome people have terrible luck.

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Stew BakerClever

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Rachel EckerViscous cycle for some 😬

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John HaveyDoh!

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Jann FurlongCan't fix stupid!

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Dan DunnLol

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Mark DeutschmannHaaaaaa

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Bobby AlphaCarlos El Tremendo

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Falmouth Police Department shared Gosnold on Cape Cod's photo.

Gosnold is honored to present Kevin Sabet, Ph. D. , a renowned national expert on marijuana, to discuss the legalization of marijuana and the impact on our community.
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Open to the Public Gosnold is honored to present Kevin Sabet, Ph. D. , a renowned national expert on marijuana, to discuss the legalization of marijuana and the impact on our community. Through o...

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Two Less Guns: Falmouth Police have recovered two illegally possessed firearms over the past two weeks. ... See MoreSee Less

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Scott MacDonaldI don't even like guns but in todays world you need to own them just to protect yourself and family against this New generation no body fights one on one anymore they just stab you or shoot you COWARDS

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Lucas Miley MillsWhy is it that Colorado and other gun-friendly states allow law abiding citizens to own whatever guns they'd like to while Massachusetts is completely tyrannical regarding guns? Is it due to the heavy population and higher crime rate..? Everybody has guns out west and everybody knows it, so crime is more risky and less attractive to criminals. Why is Massachusetts so anal about everything, especially firearms?

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Brian GuestNice work officers. I'm sure the law abiding gun owners of Falmouth appreciate your efforts too. I just hope the courts actually prosecute and don't let them slide on a plea bargain.

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Ian MuttiWe are not worried about the two guns...Just the people that illegally had them.......

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John AbislaFewer*

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Debbie JamesGreat Job

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Myth: Registered Sex Offenders cannot live and/or near schools, daycare centers, or parks. Fact: Registered Sex Offenders can live and/or work anywhere ... See MoreSee Less

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Falmouth Police DepartmentWhere can I get more information about sex offenders? www.falmouthpolice.com/services/sex-offender-registry

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Val P EdisonI don't think registered sex offenders may work with a vulnerable population (e.g., children, disabled people, etc.) but I could be wrong about that.

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Mary Ann LatterWhat's really sick is a community that allows package stores to sell booze less than a mile from a school. Kids and alcohol and predators is a bad mix!

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Jason DiGregorioThey shouldn't be allowed out of a cage period!!! Sick Evil twisted people 😡

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Erin AshleyShouldn't be allowed anywhere near those places ! Disgusting 😡

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JBee WetherbeeI Thought they were not allowed to reside near a school, it would be like living next door to a candy shop for them,,

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Aaron SmithJob security at its finest. Bravo to the courts for this one!

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Mike LunneyGood information to have

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Jesse HermanIn Florida they can't

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Linda CourvilleI agree with you a Jason.

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Robbie PowderlyAnd no, you can't​ harass them.

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