UPDATE: Authorities question Quoizel Wilson about the disappearance of Trudie Hall
HYANNIS - Authorities have completed the search of a Centerville home and have removed evidence including a vehicle and a motorcycle from the property, according to the Cape Cod Times.
Quoizel Wilson, a former resident of Nantucket and acquaintance of Trudie Hall, the 23-year-old, pregnant Nantucket woman missing since last week, was questioned by police officials this afternoon in connection with Hall's disappearance.
According to the Inquirer and Mirror, Wilson tangled with law enforcement while a resident of Nantucket. Authorities have not named Wilson a suspect in Hall's disappearance.
We will update the story as more information becomes available.
Police search a Centerville home in connection with missing Nantucket woman
CENTERVILLE - Thursday morning, August 5, 2010, State Police investigators were at a home at 259 Great Marsh Road in Centerville. Investigators searched the home in connection with the disappearance of 23-year-old Trudie Hall of Nantucket.
Hall, who is four months pregnant, went missing last Thursday. Barnstable and State Police searched for Hall last Saturday using a helicopter an K9 dogs.
Barnstable County District Attorney Michael O'Keefe would not comment on reports that blood was found in a rental car connected to Hall.
The Cape Cod Times is reporting that authorities are interested in speaking with a resident of the Centerville home, Quoizel Wilson. Wilson is a former resident of Nantucket.
The Times is also reporting that bullet casings were found in the rented Toyota in addition to what was believed to be Hall's blood.
Photo by David G. Curran.
Yarmouth single-vehicle crash sends two to Cape Cod Hospital Wednesday
Passenger removed from car with the Jaws of Life
YARMOUTH - At 4:59 p.m. Wednesday, August 4, 2010, the Yarmouth Fire Department received a call of a one-car crash into the median of Route 6 Eastbound after Exit 8. Upon arrival at the scene, Lt. Kevin Huck of the Yarmouth Port Station discovered two people inside the vehicle.
The driver was removed from the vehicle, placed on a backboard and transported to Cape Cod Hospital. The passenger had to be extricated with the Jaws of Life. Once the door was removed the passenger was removed via a backboard and transported to Cape Cod Hospital as well.
The injuries sustained by both the driver and passenger were reported to be non life-threatening.
The State Police also responded to the scene and provided traffic control.
Release and photos courtesy of the Yarmouth Fire Department.
Harwich Police nab three for unarmed robbery at Hess Station Monday
HARWICH - On Monday, August 2, 2010, at approximately 6 p.m., the Harwich Police Department responded to the Hess Gas Station on Route 137 for a reported unarmed robbery that had just occurred. Several witnesses, including an off-duty Barnstable Police Officer, reported that a female had been robbed. The registration on the vehicle was provided to the Harwich Police and the off-duty officer was following the vehicle.
The female victim spoke with police and said that $70 was stolen from her hand while inside the Hess Station. She identified the suspect to police as Cameron Fitzpatrick. She told police that she chased Fitzpatrick out of the station and attempted to reach into the vehicle to retrieve her money and ended up being dragged by the vehicle before being able to free herself.
The Harwich Police stopped the suspect vehicle on Route 6 and detained four people. As a
result of the investigation the following three individuals were placed under arrest:
All three were transported to the Harwich Police Department where they were
booked. Tevin Taylor and Dorothy Fitzpatrick were released later that evening. Cameron
Fitzpatrick was held overnight at the Harwich Police Department and transported to Orleans Court on the following morning.
Release and photos courtesy of the Harwich Police Department.
Harwich weekly arrests include assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and several outstanding warrant
HARWICH - During the period of Sunday, July 25through Sunday, August 1, the men and women of the Harwich PoliceDepartmentresponded to 432 calls for service. The arrestsbelow are a few of those resulting from the week's activity.
Release and photos courtesy of the Harwich Police Department.
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|Arrested Person||Charges, Arresting Officer|
|Michael Curll, 32, of Harwich, was arrested by Patrol Officer Joseph Labelle for an outstanding warrant during a warrant service call at his residence.|
|Heather Padgett, 25, of Harwich, was arrested by Patrol Officer Keith Kannally on an outstanding warrant during a warrant service call at her residence.|
|Michael Hilchey, 38, of Bridgewater, MA, was arrested by Patrol officer Aram Goshgarian during a motor vehicle stop and charged with Driving with a Suspended License and an outstanding warrant.|
|Jorge Llerena, 44, of Marstons Mills, was arrested by Patrol Officer Derek Dutra during a disturbance call at an East Harwich residence on three outstanding warrants.|
|Paul Clancy, 42, of East Bridgewater, MA, was arrested by Patrol Officer Keith Kannally during a domestic disturbance call at a West Harwich residence and charged with Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon.|
|Roche Pena, 26, of Harwich, was arrested by Patrol Officer Aram Goshgarian during a motor vehicle stop on an outstanding warrant.|
79-year-old man rescued from water off Dennisport
DENNISPORT - At approximately 12:35 p.m., Wednesday, August 4, 2010, Dennis Police and Fire/Rescue responded to a private beach located off Old Wharf Road in Dennisport for a man who had been pulled from the water.
Upon arrival they found bystanders administering CPR to 79-year-old Lev Gershteyn.
Mr. Gershteyn had been swimming off shore in front of the Garland Motel on Old Wharf Road when he was observed by a bystander on shore in distress, sinking below the waves. The bystander, Paul Mcrae of Marshfield, entered the water after instructing his wife to call 911, and with the assistance of others pulled Mr. Gershteyn back to shore.
Upon being brought back to shore he was administered CPR by husband and wife, Nicholas and Erin Leighton, of Canton, until Dennis Fire/Rescue arrived.
Mr. Gershteyn was transported, in critical condition, to Cape Cod Hospital by Dennis Rescue.
Due in large part to the efforts of rescuers who pulled Mr. Gershteyn from the water and administered CPR in a timely and effective manner, he was in critical but stable condition at Cape Cod Hospital as of Wednesday afternoon.
Release courtesy of the Dennis Police Department.