Worker injured; Explosive situation in Hyannis; Harwich looking for fraud suspect; Barnstable arrests

Worker's hand severely injured in Dennis

    
A worker at a bakery is rushed to an ambulance after crushing his hand in a dough roller
DENNIS - A worker suffered traumatic injuries to one of his hands after it got caught in a pasta-making machine.

Rescuers rushed to the Nata's Noodles Shop inside the Ring Brothers Market on Route 134 shortly before 6 PM and extricated the man's hand from the machine.

Medflight was requested but could not come because of weather conditions so the victim was rushed to Cape Cod Hospital and later driven to Massachusetts General Hospital.

Further details were not immediately available. 

The incident comes two days after a similar incident in Bourne.

Photos by Kevin Morley.

Hyannis neighborhood evacuated after explosive find

    
A state police bomb squad member removes the "device" found behind a Hyannis home.
HYANNIS - A Hyannis neighborhood was evacuated for a  time after  what was described as an unexploded ordinance was  found in the back yard of 32 Newton Street. Landscapers apparently dug up the device described as a World War II military shell casing around 3 PM forcing the closure of Newton Street from South to Maple Streets. As Hyannis firefighters stood by a bomb squad unit arrived and removed the small torpedo like device it to a safe area to be disposed of. No one was injured.
Photos by Frank Paparo.

Foul play not suspected after body found on yacht in Falmouth

    
Detectives at the scene where a man was found dead on a yacht.
FALMOUTH - The Cape & Islands District Attorney's office says foul play is not suspected after a man is found dead on a yacht in Falmouth Harbor this morning.

66-year old Richard R. Vazza a Quincy real estate developer was found dead on his yacht "Shogun" behind the Flying Bridge Restaurant about 9 AM.

Authorities cordoned off the area while the investigation was conducted.
Photos by Frank Paparo.

Harwich Police seek publics help to find fraud suspect
HARWICH - The Harwich Police Department is looking for the publics assistance in identifying the following individual.

This individual was captured on surveillance cameras at a local bank allegedly using a stolen credit card belonging to someone else.

If anyone is able to provide any information as to the identity of the following individual they are asked to notify Detective Bob Brackett at (508) 430-7542 ext. 223. Photo furnished by Harwich Police.

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