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Recovered iPad. This iPad was found at Speedy's in November 2018. Owners welcome. ... See MoreSee Less

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Traffic stop results in heroin and fentanyl arrest. Friday evening an officer stopped a car for a traffic violation and witnessed the occupants hiding unknown objects. A search was conducted using a Barnstable County Sheriff's Office canine and narcotics were seized. As a result, the 29-year-old female passenger was arrested for illegal possession of fentanyl, heroin and gabapentin. The operator was cited for the initial marked lanes violation. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Good job FPD

To the Falmouth Police Department : KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK & BE CAREFUL !

Great job to my best friends at the fpd

Good job!

Good job FPD Sure the judge will give a low bail And that will be it So sicken

Judges please start making examples of these people and lock them up for the maximum term allowed.....The police are doing there jobs now you do yours !!!!

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Car Hood Mishap on Rt. 28- After performing any type of maintenance under the hood, please double-check that the hood is securely closed before leaving for a drive. ... See MoreSee Less

Car Hood Mishap on Rt. 28- After performing any type of maintenance under the hood, please double-check that the hood is securely closed before leaving for a drive.

 

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I did too, in my old ford escort. It was a new car at the time and I didnt even know that I popped the hood (instead of the trunk 🤦‍♀️) I got up to speed going down 151, then BAM 💥 I thought another car hit me. I can laugh now, thank goodness nobody was hurt

Lucky it stayed attached. Years ago I was on the highway just north of Boston where a trucks hood lifted up and was torn clean off and went airborne. Fortunately it landed on the side of the road and not into other cars.

Also had this happen - while driving on Rte 3 at 65 mph So scary, the inside of the car goes dark

I had that happen to me once, I was 8 months pregnant and heading to my obgyn, I thought for sure I'd go into laber... luckly no, and the windshield was fine. The hood bent some, but that was it... That was so scary!!

What year is that Altima...there was a hood recall on our 2013

Ouch

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“Cards for the Guard”

The men and women of the United States Coast Guard are always there to help others no matter where or when and in any conditions. It is our turn to help them and their families who have no income during the partial government shutdown.

To help them, the Falmouth Police Department will accept GIFT CARDS of $20 or less from now until Monday January 28th. Gift cards for gas, Stop & Shop, Walmart, Market Basket, CVS or Walgreens are recommended by Coast Guard support representatives because the needs of each Guard member are so different. You can drop them off at Falmouth Police at any time.

The Cape Police Chiefs Association and Cape Cod Fire Chiefs Association fully support “Cards for the Guard” and are coordinating the same collections in their communities.

No other donations are being asked for at this time. Thank you in advance.
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“Cards for the Guard” 

The men and women of the United States Coast Guard are always there to help others no matter where or when and in any conditions. It is our turn to help them and their families who have no income during the partial government shutdown. 

To help them, the Falmouth Police Department will accept GIFT CARDS of $20 or less from now until Monday January 28th. Gift cards for gas, Stop & Shop, Walmart, Market Basket, CVS or Walgreens are recommended by Coast Guard support representatives because the needs of each Guard member are so different. You can drop them off at Falmouth Police at any time.

The Cape Police Chiefs Association and Cape Cod Fire Chiefs Association fully support “Cards for the Guard” and are coordinating the same collections in their communities. 

No other donations are being asked for at this time. Thank you in advance.

 

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As a coastie wife married to a MASSHOLE I am in love with this post

Falmouth PD: Thank You for doing this! From a CG wife who’s home state is Mass. 💙🧡⚓️🇺🇸😍

Sean Wolfe

Thank you soooo much from a Coast Guard family in need. 🇺🇸💕⚓

Thank you! Dropping some off today

🥰. Thank you for doing this for our many families. And thank you for all those who are donating.

The support of our fellow Americans is amazing. They are showing us truly how much they appreciate us.

Thank you all so much.

Thank you so much from another Coast Guard family in need. ❤️❤️❤️

Dylan Davis Raven Baatz-Davis

I’ll be dropping some gas and grocery cards off tomorrow!! ❤️

Marguerite Correia I know you are out of area but thought you’d appreciate seeing this.

Tim William

This is very awesome!

This is so awesome!

Thank you Falmouth PD and the BLUE!!!

thank you everyone! hoping this ends soon! 😭

Kevin Klauer

Wonderful!! ❤️

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NWS: "WIND ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 3 PM EST THIS AFTERNOON...WINDS...South to southwest 15 to 25 mph with gusts up to 50" Photo of downed tree on Sam Turner Rd at Deep Pond Dr. ... See MoreSee Less

NWS: WIND ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 3 PM EST THIS AFTERNOON...WINDS...South to southwest 15 to 25 mph with gusts up to 50 Photo of downed tree on Sam Turner Rd at Deep Pond Dr.

 

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Miss the old hood!

Thanks for the driving tips for this weather !

At least it's not another car in the yard Marissa Currie

Thanks for the info

Annemarie Scacca Currie

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If you lose power DO NOT CALL 911. Call @EversourceMA directly 1-800-592-2000 or Eversource.com. DO CALL 911 to report down wires! The best source of information about power outages and when the power will be restored is Eversource. If someone calls 911 to report an outage, it's not just going to slow emergency calls, but the message is going to take a lot longer to get to Eversource. In addition, that type of call takes up valuable 911 phone lines for actual life-threatening emergencies. ... See MoreSee Less

If you lose power DO NOT CALL 911. Call @EversourceMA directly 1-800-592-2000 or Eversource.com. DO CALL 911 to report down wires! The best source of information about power outages and when the power will be restored is Eversource. If someone calls 911 to report an outage, its not just going to slow emergency calls, but the message is going to take a lot longer to get to Eversource. In addition, that type of call takes up valuable 911 phone lines for actual life-threatening emergencies.

 

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What if someone is electrocuted by a downed wire, Then can I call 911?

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