Busy weekend for Chatham Police: B & E; Perv on bike path

Chatham Police arrest male for disorderly conduct near public restrooms

On Saturday, June 27, 2009 at around 3:22 pm, Chatham Police responded to complaints of a male acting suspiciously in the area of a public rest room.  The public restroom is located along the Cape Cod Rail Trail Bike path, in the area of White’s Pond, Wilfred Road, Chatham.

Witnesses described a semi-clothed male attempting to look into a public restroom.  On arrival police located the male matching the descriptions behind the restroom.  When police approached, the male fled on foot.  After a brief foot pursuit, Officer William G. Massey and Brian J. Skinner placed the male under arrest.  He was identified as Mark Hamlyn (right), 53, of Run Hill Road in Brewster.  Mr. Hamlyn has been charged with Disorderly Conduct and a Chatham Town By-Law Violation.

Mr. Hamlyn was found guilty of Indecent Exposure and Open and Gross Lewdness in 1998 in the town of Brewster. He was found guilty of Indecent Exposure in 1995 in Brewster.

The Chatham Police Department is asking the public to contact Officer William Massey or Detective Louis Malzone at 508-945-1217, if they have had any suspicious contact with Mark Hamlyn along the Chatham (Cape Cod Rail Trail) Bike Path.

Release courtesy of the Chatham Police Department. 

Four arrested during daytime housebreak in Chatham

CHATHAM - On Saturday, June 27, 2009 around 12:53 p.m., Chatham Police Officers arrested four suspects during a daytime housebreak.

OfficerJoshua S. Wisniewski was on patrol when he observed signs of activityat a Morris Island Road residence known to be vacant.  As he approachedthe home, Officer Wisniewski observed persons attempting to flee theresidence.  The residence was surrounded and officers located four malesuspects inside.  The four suspects, listed below, were arrested andtaken into custody:

  • Julien S. Collins, 23, of  Main Street, Chatham (right)
  • A 16-year-old juvenile, of Wellesley
  • A 15-year old juvenile, of Chatham
  • A 16-year-old juvenile, of North Easton

All were charged with Breaking and Entering (Daytime) with Intent toCommit a Felony.  The 16-year-old from North Easton was also chargedwith Possession of Marijuana.

All four were scheduled to be arraigned in Orleans District Court Monday.

Release courtesy of the Chatham Police Department.

 

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