Images from the overnight… and other news…
Above photo: Barnstable Police were out looking for a suspect who had left a domestic disturbance allegedly intoxicated with a child in the car late last evening. Yarmouth Police were also notified. Officers also had probable cause for the suspect s arrest based on an investigation back at the scene of the domestic disturbance.
A Barnstable Police lieutenant was searching the Route 132 area when he spotted the suspect s vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. At the time of the stop, the suspect was not behind the wheel. The child was safely returned to the mother
Above photos: State Police are investigating an accident where a vehicle struck a guardrail while traveling eastbound on Route 6 between Exits 9A & 9B in Dennis at about 1:00AM this morning.
There were no serious injuries according to sources at the scene
In other news:
DON T MISS OUT!
HN highly recommends attending this annual fun-filled, family-friendly St. Patrick s Parade! It s one of our finer local traditions and a must see for wee folks of all ages
The following is a special announcement from Yarmouth Police Chief Frank Frederickson:
Top of the mornin to Ya!
This is Yarmouth Police Chief Frank O Frederickson.
It is time to put on the green and break out the Shillelagh because today, March 5th 2016, the Annual St. Patrick s Parade will begin at 11 AM.
The parade will start from the south on Rte.
28 at Long Pond Drive and proceed westerly by way of the Irish Village and amble across the mighty Parkers River. It will then saunter through a sea of emerald as is passes the Sons of Erin Pub.
The massive gang of pipers, dancers, drinkers and politicians will continue to the end where the roads cross just before the Keltic Kitchen at McHiggins O Crowell Road.
Please be prepared for a chilly day with a steady breeze from the northeast.
You can expect detours and traffic delays in the area at the start of the parade beginning at 830AM.
The parade should conclude by 2PM.
If you are celebrating, please do responsibly. Safe Ride Home, which provides a free Town Taxi ride home from any licensed establishment, will be available from 6PM Saturday until 2AM on Sunday.
With all the Irish Luck around town this annual spectacle will go off without a hitch.
Thank you for listening and have a great day.
Slainte Good Health!
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Above photos: Bourne accident (Photos courtesy of the Bourne Police on Facebook Click to enlarge)
BOURNE POLICE PRESS STATEMENT:
BOURNE, MA, 03/04/2016: At approximately 1723 hours, the Bourne Police Department received multiple reports of a two vehicle head on crash on the Scenic Highway, east of the Bourne Scenic Park entrance. Responding officers from Bourne PD and MA State Police located the crash in the eastbound lane.
Officers reported serious injuries on location and requested ambulances. Bourne Fire & Rescue arrived on location and declared a Mass Casualty Incident and called for the Jaws of Life to aid in extricating victims.
The preliminary investigation by officers found that a gray Toyota Camry occupied by 5 males, all under 21 years old, from Sandwich, MA was traveling westbound on the Scenic Highway at a speed too great for the snowy, wet conditions. The operator of the Camry lost control of the vehicle after rounding a bend in the highway.
The Camry crossed the center line and drove head-on into a gray Toyota Corolla that was traveling in the opposite direction. The operator of the Corolla, a 34-year-old male from Marshfield, MA, was the Corolla s only occupant.
One of the injured passengers from the Camry had fled the crash scene prior to officers arriving. He was later located in a nearby housing development and transported to an area hospital with minor injuries.
The remaining four occupants of the Camry and the operator of the Corolla were transported to area hospitals with serious, non-life threatening injuries.
Two were transported to an area trauma hospital. It appears speed, alcohol, and weather were all contributing factors to the crash. The highway was reduced to a single lane of traffic for approximately one hour while first responders and tow trucks cleared the scene.
All five occupants of the Camry will be charged with minor in possession of alcohol and possessing an open container of alcohol in a vehicle.
In addition, the 18-year-old driver of the Camry will be charged with OUI, Negligent Operation, Minor Transporting Alcohol, Fail to Stay Within Marked Lanes, and Speeding.
There is no additional information available for release at this time.
In other news:
VIDEO: Barnstable Today 3/4/2016
In other news:
VIDEO: Assistant Town Manager Mark Ells talks about the proposed dog park and other current town council issues
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