Shopper injured at Kmart; Hyannis stabbing

Shopper injured at Kmart
HYANNIS - A Kmart shopper was injured early Monday afternoon.

The woman apparently tripped over something and hit her head.

She was treated by EMTs and taken to CCH.

Further details were not immediately available.

 

Story and photo by Frank Paparo.

 

Man severs finger with saw
HYANNIS
- A man severed his finger with a saw in Hyannis Monday. The victim was able to drive to Cape Cod Hospital. Hyannis EMTs were called to retrieve the finger. It was not immediately clear if surgeons would be able to reattach it. Further details were not immediately available.

Hyannis stabbing ends with three arrested
HYANNIS
- Three people were arrested after an argument over an alleged unarmed robbery ended with one person being stabbed and one of the suspects tasered. The Times reports it happenned Sunday night at the Christy's on Bearses Way. Police arrived to find the victim sitting outside and the suspects about to leave in a vehicle. They ordered the vehicle to stop. 30-year-old Michael Nickerson of Falmouth reportedly refused to follow police orders and began to struggle with an officer when he was tasered. He was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery on a police officer and possession of Xanax and Klonipin. 20-year-old Robert Gavell of Marstons Mills was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. 20-year-old Kyle Lemay of North Falmouth, Maine was charged with assault and battery on a police officer.

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