Hyannis crash; Windstorm coverage-day two; Harwich robbery; Mashpee cocaine bust

Hyannis collision injures one, closes Route 28
HYANNIS - A two vehicle crash injured one person and forced the closure of Route 28 for a time until the wreckage was cleared. The collision happened about 5:40 PM at the intersection of Garden Lane just north of Bearses Way.
It appeared a Hyundai Elantra was pulling out of Garden Lane when it was struck broadside by a Dodge Ram pickup truck. The driver of the Hyundai a 71-year old Hyannis man was taken to Cape Cod Hospital with serious injuries. Two people in the truck were uninjured. Barnstable Police are investigating the crash. Posted on 10/29 at 9:00 PM. Photo courtesy of Katie Miller.

Windstorm coverage day two

A flock of seagulls watches Sunday as waves crash onto Herring Cove Beach past Race Point Light in Provincetown. Rapidly moving clouds made eerie shadows race across the beach.  Tim Caldwell

CAPE COD
- A High Wind Warning continued Sunday for westerly winds behind the huge storm 25-35 G50+. These winds were capable  of uprooting trees from still soggy ground and additional power outages were possible.

12:30 PM update: NStar has repaired most of yesterday outages. High Winds flipped a small unoccupied plane over at Barnstable Municipal Airport around 10 AM. Two people were injured in a late morning crash on Route 28 in Dennis by the Bass River Marina. Crews were just mopping up from that when they were called to a small fire in a light fixture in the ladies room at the CVS Pharmacy at the Patriot Square Plaza on Route 134 about noon. Its not clear if the storm was a factor. No one was hurt. This is the same sailboat we showed being pounded at the top of yesterday's coverage. Salvagers reportedly plan to bring in a large crane to lift the sailboat out to dry dock for repairs. Photo courtesy of Frank Paparo/NEVN.

Evening update: (final) The High Wind Warning expires at 6 PM. Breezy conditions will persist into Monday but the damaging winds are over. Nantucket Firefighters spent the day wetting down a stubborn wind blown blaze at the town landfill. Only scattered power outages were reported today and no other significant problems.

Harwich teens accused of robbery at knifepoint
HARWICH
- Two Harwich teens are accused of armed robbery and intimidation of a witness. The Times reports Ryan West and Shane Tefft both 19 of Harwich picked up an aquaintance. Around 1 PM as West drove, Tefft allegedly pulled a buck knife and robbed the victim of $80 before dropping him off on Queen Anne Road. Posted on 10/30 at 11:00 AM.

Police: cocaine ring broken up at Mashpee housing project
MASHPEE
- Five people were arrested after a lengthy investigation into alleged cocaine trafficking at the Mashpee Village housing complex. The Times reports 22-year old Jevon Pope was arrested yesterday and reportedly had two "eight balls" in his possession. 25-year old James Peters was already in custody on unrelated charged.  Agents from Mashpee Police and other local agencies together with the Cape Cod Drug Task Force executed a search warrant at the housing complex on Old Barnstable Road and recovered a small amount of cocaine along with drug paraphernalia and cash. Arrested was 27-year old Lance Quinery. Police also arrested 41-year old Sean Coppin, 38-year old Hiran Haskell, and 33-year old Michael Tiddy. Arrest warrants were issued for three other suspects who were not immediately located. Authorities hope the sweep will stop ongoing illegal activity at the complex which was becoming increasingly violent. Posted on 10/29 at 1:00 PM.

South Shore whacked too
14 boats broke free from their moorings in Padanaram Harbor, and inFairhaven harbormaster 6 boats moored broke free., see the story in the Standard-Times here.

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