Yarmouth Police investigate West Yarmouth stabbing; Harwich Police nab motorcyclist on 2nd OUI Sunday night; Yarmouth Police investigate 15 more house break-ins

Yarmouth Police investigate West Yarmouth stabbing

WEST YARMOUTH - On Tuesday, November 2, 2010 at 4 a.m., the Yarmouth Police Department received a report from a staff member at Cape Cod Hospital of a stabbing victim being treated in the emergency room.

Suspect Description

The suspect being sought in connection with the stabbing was described by the victim as being: male, average weight, 5'11" tall and wearing a black ski mask.

Yarmouth Police Patrol Officer Nicholas Ambrosini responded to the hospital and met with a 25-year-old female who was suffering from a severe arterial laceration of her inner forearm.  The woman reluctantly provided Patrol Officer Ambrosini of a description of what occurred stating that a man wearing a ski mask stabbed her on the sidewalk in front of the West Yarmouth Inn and Lodge located at 77 Route 28 in West Yarmouth.

The woman refused to provide any additional details and was generally uncooperative with police and hospital staff.

The area in question in front of the inn was searched with no evidence of the crime detected.

Anyone with information about this stabbing is asked to contact Yarmouth Police Detective Eric Nuss at 508-775-0445 extension 2132 or email at [email protected].  All information will be held confidential.

Courtesy of the Yarmouth Police Department.

Harwich Police nab motorcyclist on 2nd OUI Sunday night

Man ran red light, tried to flee from police

HARWICH - On Sunday evening, October 31, 2010, at approximately 6:50 p.m., Harwich Police Patrol Officer Paul Boorack was attempting to make a left turn onto Route 124 when he saw a dark-colored motorcycle traveling south on Route 124 run the red light at a high rate of speed.

Seth Norgeot, 32, of Harwich, arrested on a number of charges after trying to out run police. HPD booking photo.

Officer Boorack activated his emergency lights as the motorcycle accelerated and passed several vehicles as the rider attempted to flee. The pursuit continued down Route 124 where the rider made a right turn onto Main Street while continuing to pass other vehicles and driving at a high rate of speed.

Officer Boorack continued his pursuit of the motorcycle as it turned right onto Lothrop Ave. The motorcyclist could not negotiate the turn onto Main Street from Lothrop Ave. and crashed on the front lawn of a residence on Main Street. The operator continued in his efforts to flee by accelerating the motorcycle across the yard before laying the bike down in some brush.

The operator then fled on foot from Officer Boorack who was joined by Patrol Sergeant Richard Campbell as well as fellow Patrol Officers Mark Shelley, John Warren and Keith Lincoln. A K-9 unit was requested to help track the suspect through the heavy brush but the suspect surrendered to police prior to the K-9 unit's arrival.

The suspect was identified as Seth Norgeot,  32, of Harwich.  Norgeot showed several signs of being under the influence of alcohol and was placed under arrest and charged with the following:

  • OUI Alcohol 2nd Offense
  • Failure to Stop for Police
  • Negligent Operation of a Motorcycle
  • Unlicensed Operation of a Motorcycle

Norgeot was held overnight at the Harwich Police Facility on $500 cash bail. He was transported to Orleans District Court on Monday for his arraignment.

Release and booking photo courtesy of the Harwich Police Department.

Yarmouth Police investigate 15 more house break-ins

Coins, cash, prescription drugs and a TV stolen

   The neighborhood, where 15 home break-ins recently occurred, is off Route 28, close to Camp Street and Cape Cod Hospital. Map courtesy of Google.

YARMOUTH - Starting last Thursday, October 28, 2010, the Yarmouth Police Department has received reports of a series of break-ins at unoccupied homes in the same general West Yarmouth neighborhood located south of Route 28 between Baxter Avenue and the Hyannis town line.

The break-ins occurred on the following streets:

  • Grist Mill Lane
  • Park Avenue
  • Glenwood Street
  • Harbor Road
  • Cleveland Way
  • Jacqueline Circle

Entries were made by smashing through front, side, or rear doors.  Small amounts of cash, coins, prescription medications and a flat screen television were stolen from the homes.

The Yarmouth Police Department has arrested nine (9) people in the past month for felony break-ins to homes and vehicles.

The Yarmouth Police Department reminds all citizens to immediately take the following crime prevention steps:

  • Join a neighborhood crime watch group
  • Lock all windows and doors
  • Be vigilant for any suspicious activity during the day and night and report it immediately by calling 911
  • Review the crime mapping program and join for free automatic crime alerts by visiting the Yarmouth Police Department website.  

If you have any information about these crimes or any crime please call Yarmouth Police Detective Russell Giammarco at 508-775-0445 extension 2129 or email the department at [email protected].  All information will be held confidential.

Courtesy of the Yarmouth Police Department.

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