Barnstable violence; Motel fire

Pair of stabbings keep Barnstable Police busy
BARNSTABLE
- Barnstable Police are reportedly investigating two violent incidents overnight. According to Police a large party was occurring at 241 Main Street. Early Thursday morning a victim turned up at Cape Cod Hospital with a stab wound to the head. 20-year old Jamie Delancey was treated but was reportedly uncooperative with police who tried to question him. A bloody scene was found on Main Street where the attack allegedly occurred. Meanwhile, Barnstable Police have finally confirmed another stabbing occurred on Bramblebush Drive in Cotuit late Wednesday night. The incident was apparently originally reported to Mashpee Police. The police did not release any other details. We'll bring you further details on both incidents as we get them. Posted on 8/17 at 7:30 AM; updated on 8/17 at 3:00 PM.

Pair arrested after allegedly wielding knife in Sandwich
SANDWICH - Two people were arrested after one of them allegedly brandished a knife Outside the Sandwich Tavern on Route 130 late Wednesday night. The pair reported sped off when police arrived but police caught up to them on Cotuit Road. 22-year old Michael Boudreau of Falmouth was charged with operating under the influence of alcohol and possession of marijuana after police found an amount of the drug in the vehicle. His passenger 29-year old Jeffrey Mohler of Centerville was charged with assault with a dangerous weapon and resisting arrest. Two knives were also recovered in the vehicle. The two were due to be arraigned in court Thursday. No one was injured. Posted on 8/17 at 3:00 PM.

Small fire smokes Eastham motel
EASTHAM - A fire that apparently started in a clothes dryer made for some anxious moments at the Ocean Park Inn on Route 6 in Eastham Wednesday afternoon. Firefighters quickly put out the flames but remained on scene ventilating smoke. There may have been some damage to the motel's electrical system as an NStar crew was called to the scene. No one was injured. Posted on 8/16 at 6:00 PM.

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