Fight ends in stabbing; Harwich crash; Six nabbed in B&E; Stop ends in drug arrest

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Fight ends in stabbing in Brewster
BREWSTER - An apparent dispute at a house party comes to a violent end in Brewster overnight. Officials were called to an Oriole Circle residence around midnight. One man was reportedly stabbed in the chest and is being treated at CCH. A woman was also allegedly attacked and was treated and released at CCH. 21-year old Kevin Lord of Harwich was arrested and charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and assault and battery by Brewster Police who are investigating the incident.  

Car vs tree traps driver in Harwich

     Rescuers wheel the driver of a car vs tree on Lothrop Ave to an ambulance         Jake O'Callaghan
HARWICH - Rescuers had to use the Jaws of Life to free the driver of a car that struck a tree on Lothrop Avenue shortly after 7 PM. The driver was taken to Cape Cod Hospital where their condition was not immediately known. Harwich Police are investigating if wet roads may have contributed to the crash.

Driver nearly tips over gas pump
HARWICH - What could have been an explosive situation was adverted in Harwich Friday afternoon. A driver was getting fuel at the Getty Station on Main Street about 4 PM when they apparently began to pull away without returning the nozzle to the pump.

As you can see the pump was almost knocked over. Firefighters quickly contained a small gas spill. Here firefighter Rob Sanders surveys the scene.

Posted on 2/02 at 10:00 PM. Photo courtesy of Jake O'Callaghan.

Six arrested during early morning break-in
YARMOUTH - Yarmouth Police arrest six subjects during an alleged early morning break in. Police say about 1:20 AM this morning while conducting building security checks at the Great Island Shopping Plaza Yarmouth Police Patrol Investigator Karen Ballinger reported hearing a female scream and a loud crash coming from a residence on Winslow Gray Road directly behind the plaza.

Ptl. Investigator Ballinger further observed a black Nissan with multiple passengers back out of the driveway of the home in question at an unsafe speed and in an erratic manner. Patrol Investigator Ballinger stopped the vehicle on Winslow Gray Road and identified all six persons in the vehicle.

Fellow Yarmouth Police Patrol Officers Richard Fichter Jr., Michael Kramer, and Paul Mellett as well as Patrol Sergeant Michael Bryant arrived and provided back-up protection and investigative assistance. Patrol Officer Fichter went to the residence and encountered the lessee of the home who stated that his home had just been broken into and that he was about to call 911. An on-scene investigation discovered that a window had been smashed-the interior of the house ransacked-and a television set knocked over.

Barnstable County Sheriff's Department Crime Scene Investigator Matt Smith was called to the scene and assisted in crime scene analysis and photography. Police say the on-scene investigation determined that all six subjects had entered the home and fled just prior to being stopped. All six subjects were placed under arrest and transported to Yarmouth Police Headquarters. All were scheduled for arraignment in the Barnstable District Court today. The six were indentified as 18-year old Melissa M. Saragoza of South Yarmouth, 18-year old Jessica J. Juliet of Plymouth, 17-year old Rodney S. Gomes of Dennis, 19-year old Ashley E. Bright of Plymouth, 20-year old James Thomas of South Dennis, and 18-year old Matthew Julian of Dennis. The six were all charged with Felony Breaking and Entering in the Nighttime, Felony Malicious Destruction of Property Over $250, Felony Larceny Over $250.

Traffic stop leads to drug bust
 
YARMOUTH
- An expired inspection sticker leads to a traffic stop that ends with a drug bust. Yarmouth Police report that on Thursday afternoon at about 2:10 PM Ptl. Sergeant Patrick S. Carty stopped a 1993 Chevrolet Lumina on Route 28 in West Yarmouth after observing the rejected inspection sticker for safety defects.

Upon speaking with the operator and two passengers, Ptl. Sergeant Carty with assistance from Ptl. Officers Olivier Naas and Richard White as well as Ptl. Investigator Christopher Kent reportedly detected a small packet of heroin on the floor of the vehicle next to the male passenger in the back seat. A search of the subject later indentified as 24-year old Norman Piotte (right) of Chicopee led to the discovery of an electronic digital scale with white powder on it and $299.00 cash.

Further investigation reportedly led to the discovery of a small packet of marijuana in the possession of the front female passenger identfied as 21-year old Christy Hennigan of Marstons Mills (left).

Hennigan was charged with possession of class D (marijuana). Piotte was charged with possession of class A (heroin) and possession with intent to distribute class B (cocaine).  Both were scheduled for arraignment in the Barnstable District Court on Friday. Mugshots furnished by Yarmouth PD.

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