Drug charges follow chase; Man airlifted after motorcycle crash

Drug charges follow chase
HYANNIS
- A New Bedford man was arrested after leading police on a chase through two towns. Mashpee Police tried to stop a car which took off and was located at the Founders Court apartments on Route 28 Tuesday night. Two occupants fled on foot. A passenger, 20-year-old Troy Monteiro, was quickly nabbed and faces charges of possession class B (Ecstasy) and possession of a dangerous weapon (spring-loaded knife). The unidentified driver is still at large.

Cape man charged with attempted murder after Wareham domestic dispute
WAREHAM
- A Mashpee man is charged with trying to strangle his girlfriend in Wareham Tuesday night. Police accuse 33-year-old Glenn R. Tobey of hitting and kicking the girlfriend and trying to wrap an appliance cord around her neck. She managed to escape and someone spotted her and called police. Tobey was arrested at the nearby Wal-Mart and charged with assault with intent to murder, assault and battery and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.

Man airlifted after motorcycle vs car
FALMOUTH
- A motorcycle operator was seriously injured when his bike collided with a car on Sandwich Road at Deepwood Drive shortly before 8 a.m. Wednesday. 50-year-old Michael Pasakamis of Mashpee suffered severe injuries after colliding with the car, which apparently was entering Sandwich Road from the side street, and was flown to a Boston hospital. Sandwich Road was closed for nearly an hour during the morning commute while the crash was investigated by Falmouth Police and the wreckage cleared.

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