Falmouth High School Athletic Field vandalized; Cyclist dies on Aquinnah Ride; CBI false alarm

Threat closes CCCC campusTuesday

BARNSTABLE - A campus security reported threat at Cape Cod Community College Tuesday afternoon which led college officials to shut down part of the campus.

Barnstable Police had no information about the threat, but Boston radio stations reported that anstudent or visitor who was agitated and upset made a verbal threat which led college security to call Barnstable police according todirector of college communications Michael Gross.

Falmouth High School Athletic Field vandalized

FALMOUTH - Early Monday morning the Falmouth Police arrested 24-year-old Brandon Mis of Falmouth for vandalism to the Falmouth High School soccer and lacrosse fields, as well as the Worcester Court grass median.

As of yesterday, the athletic fields were unusable.

Around 5:45 a.m. on Monday, September 8th, the Falmouth Police received a report of a vehicle damaging an athletic field at the Falmouth High School.  An officer responded and found a Ford Bronco leaving the lacrosse field covered with dirt and grass. The vehicle was stopped, an investigation was conducted, and then the operator (Brandon Mis) was arrested for the damage to the fields.

Mr. Mis later admitted to the booking sergeant that he damaged the fields because he was “showing off” for his friends.

Mr. Mis was charged with two counts of Maliciously Injuring Real or Personal Property and Trespass with a Motor Vehicle.

False alarm at Chatham Bars Inn causes mild chaos

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  Above and below inn personel watch the firemen at work in a waterfront unit on Monday.

CHATHAM - The problem was a false alarm, but the ever-vigilant Chatham FD took no chances with the town's premier resort on Shore road. 

Photos by Pat Brooks

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Cyclist Dies on Aquinnah Ride
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- Jonathan Moseman died on Thursday after going intocardiac arrest while on a bicycle ride in Aquinnah. Moseman was ridingwith his family along Moshups Trail when he suffered what was thoughtto be an asthma attack. Emergency medical personnel were called to thescene around 2 p.m. and discovered Moseman sitting up, struggling tobreath and unresponsive.While his family watched, 45-year-old Moseman slipped into cardiacarrest. EMTs applied an Automated External Defibrillator but were notable to revive Jonathan. According to Jonathan's father, Rodney, thefamily believes that the death was not the result of asthma but a heartcondition. The Mosemans were on their way back to their home inPennsylvania yesterday. Rodney told the Vineyar Times that funeral arrangements willbe made in the coming days. Story courtesy of Vineyard Today.

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