Sunday Sagamore bridge accident; Ptown stabbing

Sunday accident stalls traffic leaving Cape on Sagamore Bridge

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SAGAMORE - Traffic is backed-up heading off of the Cape as a result of the three-car accident on the Sagamore Bridge Sunday afternoon (10-12-08). (Photo by David G. Curran)
Centerville motorcyclist falls
   Around this same time, a man fell from hismotorcycle after a near-collision with a car at theintersection of Camp Opechee and Old Stage roads in Centerville.
   He was taken to Cape Cod Hospital by the Centerville-Osterville-Marstons Mills Fire Department and later released.

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A Bourne police officer examines scene of a three- car rear-end accident on the northbound lane of the Sagamore Bridge around 12 p.m. Sunday.

Only one minor injury was reported. However, traffic was backed-up heading off of the Cape as a result of the accident. (Photo by David G. Curran)
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Stabbing on Commercial Street, Provincetown Sunday

Provincetown - Police identified 29-year old Jason D. Okuniewicz of Provincetown as the man who stabbed another man on Commercial Street in Provincetown shortly after midnight Sunday morning.

The victim who was reportedly stabbed multiple times in the chest was rushed to Cape Cod Hospital with injuries believed to be serious but not life threatening.

police-fire_photo-pay3_300Okuniewicz is charged with assault with intent to murder, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon a knife, and mayhem. He is being held at the Barnstable House of Correction in Bourne on $15,000 bail pending arraignment in Orleans District Court on Tuesday.

Okuniewicz was arrested in April 2006 for a stabbing at Brax Landing Restaurant on Route 28, Harwichport, and he had recently finished his prison sentence for that arrest.

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