HYANNIS – A pedestrian was injured in Hyannis about 7:10 p.m. It was not clear of the victim was struck by a car or fell in the roadway. The incident happened on Falmouth Road (Route 28) at Pitchers Way. The male victim was taken to Cape Cod Hospital with what were believed to be serious but non life-threatening injuries. Barnstable Police assisted by a Sheriff’s Department deputy are investigating the incident.
One injured in Centerville rear-ender
CENTERVILLE - About 2:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon, there was a two-vehicle rear-end crash in Centerville on Strawberry Hill Road just south of Route 28. A CHevy Impala appeared to have struck a Nissan Maxima. Centerville-Osterville-Marstons Mills rescuers evaluated several people, one of which was transported to Cape Cod Hospital.
Photo and video by Frank F. Paparo/CWN
Two arrested after narcotics investigation in Orleans
ORLEANS - Orleans Police report that on Friday afternoon at approximately 1:30 p.m., their detectives and investigators, along with members of the Cape Cod Task Force, arrested Robert Mansfield, 30, and Amy Baird, 24, on Canal Road following a motor vehicle stop. Both are facing charges of possession with intent to distribute heroin, two counts each of possession of class B substance, two counts each of possession of class E substance and possession of a dangerous weapons. The arrests follow a month-long investigation, which affected several outer Cape Cod towns.
During the motor vehicle stop, over eight grams of heroin were seized, along with an undisclosed amount of cash. The street value of the heroin is estimated at over $2,500.
Sheriff’s office (K9), Brewster, Harwich and Eastham detectives.
Media release and photo furnished by Orleans Police
Reminder: Gun take-back in Yarmouth today
YARMOUTH - Today from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Yarmouth Police Headquarters will serve as a collection point for anyone who has unwanted firearms or ammunition.
The Yarmouth Police Department provides the following information:
Having a firearm or ammunition in your home is a big responsibility and demands the highest level of respect and security.
As a community-based police department we want to insure that any unwanted gun or ammunition is not the subject of theft or a horrible accident involving a child in the home.
If anyone finds that they no longer want the responsibility of having a firearm or ammunition in their home please contact us and we will appropriately dispose of the items in accordance with Massachusetts laws.
Thanks to some generous local business leaders and families everyone who turns in a gun will receive the following:
$50 off of the next pair of running, hiking, or workout shoes from Kevin Petrovek at Hanlon Shoe Store located at 378 Main Street in Hyannis.
$10 Dollar Gift Card for Lunch or Dinner from Ted and Angie Zambelis to be used at either of their Yarmouth Restaurants—DiParma’s Italian Table, Red Face Jack’s Sports Pub or The Yarmouth House all located on Route 28 in Yarmouth.
$20 Gift Card for any type of archery, firearms, fishing, or other hard to find Item from Mark Cohen at Powderhorn Outfitters located at 210 Barnstable Road in Hyannis.
Anyone who brings a firearm or ammunition to our facility must make sure it is unloaded and fully-secured. If there are any doubts about its safety please call us at 508.775.0445 extension 0 and a police officer will come to your home, safely remove it and transport it to our facility.
For more information about this program please contact Yarmouth Police Records Division Officer Albert Sprague at 508.775.0445 extension 2136 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Media release furnished by Yarmouth Police
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