Hyannis crash; Reported baseball-bat attack in Dennis; Centerville robber caught red handed; Kennel owners in trouble again; Attempted robbery in Hyannis; Brewster crash

Driver arrested after pickup truck crashes into ditch

The driver of a Toyota pickup was arrested for OUI after he crashed into a ditch.
HYANNIS - At 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Barnstable Police and Hyannis Fire got a call that a White Toyota Tundra pickup truck had gone out of control, careened onto a lawn, knocked down a tree and ended up down an embankment at 720 Main Street by the Bank of America in Hyannis. The 22-year-old driver was treated by Hyannis Rescue and then arrested by Barnstable Police for operating under the influence of alcohol, and possession of an open container. An officer was seen carrying a case of Budweiser from the scene to a cruiser. The suspect was transported to the Barnstable Police station and is expected to be arraigned on Thursday in Barnstable District Court. Hyannis firefighters had to cut a tree down to allow the tow truck operator to pull the truck out of the deep ditch. It took about an hour to extricate the pickup. (Story and photos by Frank Paparo).

Dennis Police investigating reported baseball-bat attack
- Dennis Police are looking for suspects after a person was reportedly assaulted with a baseball bat. It happened just before 8 p.m. on Sea Street near Upper County Road. We're checking with Dennis Police and will bring you further details as we get them.

Robber caught red-handed in Centerville
- Barnstable Police caught an alleged robber red-handed late Tuesday night. The Times reports police on patrol in the Old Post Road neighborhood of Centerville because of recent breaks actually saw a subject breaking into the basement of a home. Police entered the first floor and waited for 41-year-old Jon B. Fox of Centerville to come up from the basement. He was reportedly carrying two computers and a monitor. He was charged with breaking and entering in the nighttime to commit a felony, larceny in a building and possession of burglarious tools. In a bizarre turn, police also arrested Michael Willoughby of of West Yarmouth for receiving stolen property alleging he had in his possession a plasma TV police say Fox had stolen for drug money.

"Notorious" kennel owners face drug charges
- Two women who run the Notorious  B.L.U.E.  Kennel in Mashpee are in hot water again. The Times reports Kelly Hayden and Rebecca Clancy, both 25, were arrested after allegedly trying to sell OxyContin to an undercover police officer. The pair were charged with possession of Class B, Possession of Class B with intent to distribute and conspiracy to violate controlled substance laws. They reportedly had two 80 MG OxyContin pills in their possession. The two made headlines last January after a dog was found beheaded. They were not charged with that crime but were arrested for intimidating a witness, the beheaded dog's owner. They later admitted sufficient facts to the intimidation and the case was continued without a finding for a year. Alleged deplorable conditions at their kennel which was apparently being run out of their home led Mashpee officials to draft new by-laws for kennels in town which will be voted on at an upcoming town meeting.

Pizza shop scene of attempted robbery in Hyannis

Barnstable Police are investigating an attempted armed robbery at Papa John's Pizza.
HYANNIS - Barnstable Police are investigating a brazen attempt to rob a pizzeria Wednesday afternoon.

About 2:30 p.m. a man entered the Papa John's Pizza on West Main Street by Pitchers Way and reportedly brandished a knife.

The suspect fled the scene and no one was injured. Police using K-9 dogs tried to track the suspect but he managed to elude them.

(Photos by Frank Paparo).

Man injured in Brewster crash

A Ford Mustang collided with a pole in Brewster injuring the driver.
BREWSTER - Wet road conditions may have caused this one-car crash in front of 251 Tubman Road at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Clayton Robbins of South Carolina received a gash to his forehead after the Ford Mustang he was driving struck an NStar pole.

He was treated at the scene by Brewster firefighters but declined to go to Cape Cod Hospital.


(Story and photos by Jake O'Callaghan).


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