Motorcyclist airlifted after crash; Rooftop B&E in Hyannis

Motorcyclist airlifted after colliding with car in Marstons Mills

    
Two motorcycles collided with a convertible on Route 28 in Marstons Mills Sunday afternoon.
MARSTONS MILLS -  A motorcyclist was flown to Massachusetts General Hospital after colliding with a car. 51-year old Leo Hooben of Falmouth was listed in serious condition at MGH after the crash which happened early Sunday afternoon at the intersection of Route 28 and Route 149. It appeared that two motorcycles collided with a Jaguar convertible. The second motorcycle was operated by Hooben's wife 51-year old Carol Hooben who was rushed to Cape Cod Hospital with serious injuries and later transferred to Boston. The driver of the Jaguar 45-year old Marc Fater of Marstons Mills was not injured. Traffic was heavily jammed along Route 28 because of the crash and a temporary closure by the Centerville fire station while the helicopter landed and took off. The crash is under investigation by Barnstable Police.
(Photos by Frank Paparo).

Barnstable Police investigate B&E through a rooftop

    
Barnstable Police check a Main St. Hyannis roof for evidence after a reported B&E.
HYANNIS - Passing motorists may have thought some SWAT operation was underway but actually about 10 a.m. Sunday, Barnstable Police responded to a report of a breaking and entering at 342 Main St. Hyannis by Barnstable Road. Four cruisers responded and discovered the Odd Fellows Lodge on the North Street side of the building had been broken into through a rooftop hatch. Police are seen above on the roof looking for evidence. It was not clear if anything was taken but according to published reports the suspect left a vital clue at the scene-his drivers license. In a bizarre turn Police Officer Peter Myrbeck realized the license belonged to a man he had assisted with a medical condition at the Cascade Motor Lodge earlier. 36-year old Barrett Snow of Nantucket was arrested and charged with breaking and entering in the nighttime with intent to commit a felony, larceny from a building and possession of burglarious tools. Police say they recovered evidence in Snow's motel room. (Story and photos by Frank Paparo).

 

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