Ptown crash; Quiet Halloween; Son charged in alleged baseball bat attack on father; Your chance to become a police officer; Halloween safety

Provincetown crash injures one
PROVINCETOWN - One person was taken to Cape Cod Hospital with unknown injuries after an early morning crash in Provincetown. About 5:15 AM a passing motorist reportedly discovered a pickup truck had gone off Route 6 between Shankpainter Road and Herring Cove Beach into the median and struck this tree. Provincetown Police are investigating the crash. Further details were not immediately available. Posted on 11/01 at 6:30 AM. Photo by Tim Caldwell

Police report relatively calm Halloween
CAPE COD
- Police reported no major incidents across the Cape this Halloween. One person was arrested late Tuesday for allegedly egging the Lighthouse Restaurant in Wellfleet. No other siginficant incidents had been reported as of press time. Posted on 11/01 at 6:30 AM. 

Sandwich teen charged with attempted murder in bat attack on father
SANDWICH - A Sandwich teen was arraigned on attempted murder charges Tuesday after allegedly attacking his father with a baseball bat Monday. Police were called to the Pine Terrace home around 2 Pm to find the place trashed. 51-year old Robert Nesom had to be taken to Cape Cod Hospital for treatment and was then released.  His son 17-year old Alexander Nesom was arrested for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, assault with intent to murder, wanton destruction of property and possession of cocaine with intent to distribute as well as possession of marijuana. Posted on 10/31 at 5:00 PM.

Yarmouth police give entry level exam
YARMOUTH
- Always wanted to be a police officer? Yarmouth Police are giving you your chance. The department is offering an entry level patrol officer exam on Sunday November 5th. The deadline for registering is this Friday at 4 PM. For further information contact Yarmouth Police at (508) 775-0445 or visit their website. Posted on 10/31 at 2:30 PM.

Yarmouth Police offer Halloween safety tips
YARMOUTH
- Yarmouth Police Chief Peter Carnes wants to make sure your children are safe this Halloween. The department is offering these safety tips:

• Children should not to enter the home of a stranger.

• Parents should walk through your neighborhood with others to discourage acts of vandalism and speeding motorists.

• Try to Trick-or-Treat when it is still light outside.

• Wear a costume that makes it easier for you to walk, see and be seen.

• If you must go at night, make sure that your costume is light in color.

• Carry a flashlight with you so you can see and be seen easily.

• Use retro-reflective tape on your costume to be seen easily.

• Use makeup instead of a mask.

• If someone older cannot go with you, Trick-or-Treat with a group.

• Cross only at corners. Never cross between parked vehicles or mid-block.

• Tell your family on which streets you will be Trick-or-Treating.
Posted on 10/31 at 2:30 PM.

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