Motorcyclist arrested after chase; Hyannis, Wellfleet crashes

Motorcyclist arrested after trying to elude police
WELLFLEET - A motorcycle operator was arrested by Wellfleet Police after trying to elude them at speeds over 100 MPH. Police received reports the motorcycle was passing cars on the right and operating in the breakdown lane. When police finally stopped the bike at the Marconi traffic lights 19-year old Pedro Marinho of Yarmouth was arrested for failing to stop for a police officer, marked lanes violation, passing on the right and operating to endanger. Posted on 9/11 at 12:00 PM

Several injured in Hyannis crash
HYANNIS
- Several ambulances were called to a collision in Hyannis Saturday evening. The crash happened about 10:30 in front of 156 Main Street. The conditions of the injured were not immediately known. Barnstable Police are investigating. Posted on 9/10 at 2:00 AM.

Crash slows outer Cape traffic
WELLFLEET
- A crash in Route 6 slowed weekend travelers on the outer Cape. The crash happened about 1:00 PM at Lecounts Hollow Road. Wellfleet Police say 89-year old Margaret Broadbent of South Yarmouth was traveling west on Route 6 trying to turn left on Lecount Hollow Road when she collided with an eastbound vehicle driven by 76-year old Hugh Malone of Harwich. The cause of the crash is under investigation by Wellfleet Police. No further details were immediately available. Posted on 9/10 at 2:00 AM; updated ob 9/11 at 12:00 PM.

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