Man pleads guilty to MV homicide; Bourne MC crash; CVS employees sickened

Man seriously injured at House of Correction
BOURNE
- A man was seriously injured at the House of Correction at the  Otis base Wednesday evening. An inmate apparently slashed himself with a disposable razor. The victim was taken to Falmouth Hospital and reportedly later flown to Boston Medical Center.
 
Rep. Cleon Turner proposes renaming Rt 6 interchange for injured trooper
YARMOUTH - Mass State Rep. Cleon Turner has suggested naming the interchange off Exit 7 on the westbound side of Route 6 the "State Trooper Ellen Engelhardt Interchange."  "From all I'm told, she did a great job there, and this seems a fitting tribute," Turner said. "There aren't a lot of interchanges named after people. Bridges, yes, but naming an interchange is more unusual."   See the complete report here
 
Vehicles wind up in water in Mashpee, Chatham
CHATHAM
- New overnight: it was apparently not a good night to launch boats. Vehicles wound up in the water in both Mashpee and Chatham. The Mashpee incident happened around 2 AM. The Chatham incident happened about 4:45 AM at Ryder's Cove.  No one was injured in either incident. Further details were not immediately available.
 
Two injured in motorcycle crash
BOURNE
- Two people were injured when their motorcycle crashed in Bourne about 8 PM Wednesday. It happened by the Scusset Beach Market on Meetinghouse Road. The two suffered what appeared to be non-life threatening injuries. Bourne Police are investigating.

Man pleads guilty to MV homicide charges

sandmvguilty_450SANDWICH - 50-year old Christopher Parker pleaded guilty to motor vehicle homicide charges in Barnstable District Court Wednesday. He was charged with causing the crash that killed 63-year old Diane Carhart of Forestdale on Route 130 last March 5th (click to read original story). Prosecutors said Parker was adjusting his radio when his Honda slammed into the back of Carhart's Geo Tracker. The impact sent the Tracker crashing into an NStar pickup truck. Parker was sentenced to 2 1/2 years in jail. 6 months of that sentence will be suspended and he will be on two years probation. Parker must also serve 10 days for operating with a suspended license. 

CVS employees sickened in Orleans
ORLEANS
- Three CVS employees were over come by fumes in the store on Route 6A Wednesday. Officials believe roofers were working with tar when the fumes were sucked in by the building's ventilation system. One employee was taken to CCH another treated at the scene. As a precaution the store was closed for the day.

Woman found dead in Yarmouth motel
YARMOUTH
- A woman was found unresponsive and pronounced dead at the Yankee Village Motel around 9:30 AM Tuesday morning. The woman is identified as 31-year old Daniella Falzone of Hyannis. Yarmouth Police along with State Police detectives are investigating the death. Anyone with information is asked to contact Yarmouth Det. Eric H. Nuss at (508) 775-0445 X132.

Yarmouth Police to host care packages for marines
YARMOUTH
- On Sunday, July 29, 2007 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM-Yarmouth Police Headquarters will serve as the drop off point for donations in support of our local United States Marines fighting in Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Nicole Warren of Yarmouthport is spearheading this special community support fundraiser.  Nicole is a 2006 graduate of Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School and the former classmate of many Dennis and Yarmouth residents who are serving in the United States Marine Corps.

All citizens are urged to show their support for our local young men and women by donating any of the following items at Yarmouth Police Headquarters:

  • Reading Materials
  • Video and other Recreational Games
  • Nutritious Snacks
  • Cape Cod Memorabilia
  • Letters and Cards

Partial list of Dennis-Yarmouth United States Marines 

Andrew Coville
Kevin Daily
Joshua Daubert
Patrick Gordon
Thomas Gretsky
Nathan Hatfield
Benjamin Hudson
Jessica Kent
Nicholas Lombardozzi
Matthew Madeux
Joseph Massi
Shawn Mullins
Derek Prada
Payton Preston
Vinicius Santos
Benjamin Shaw
James Soares
John Tibbetts
Derek Webber
Jason Woolard
Nicholas G. Xiarhos

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