HYANNIS – As you will see in the following HN Video, at about 3:34 AM, Wednesday morning, police officers rushed to the Homeless Not Hopeless shelter located at 95 Chase Street for a woman in the street loudly repeating she had been “jumped by two black guys.”
HN NOTE: About an hour and a half earlier, at about 2:04 AM, the woman was picked up on a HN Dashcam casually chatting with a man sitting on a scooter… you will see that HN Dashcam footage at the end of the following HN Video.
The woman was known to police and officers had trouble following her allegations about being jumped by two men.
The woman, a resident of the Homeless Not Hopeless shelter, claimed she was dragged and left in some nearby bushes. She goes on to claim that when she awoke, a male stranger riding a scooter came to her aid and helped her return to the shelter for homeless women at 95 Chase Street.
Police careful checked the woman for injuries or any signs that she had actually been attacked… but officers were unable to confirm her story.
Officers had trouble believing inconsistencies with her time-line of events leading up to the allegations of being jumped by two random “black guys.”
One source believes the woman was actually upset because she missed the women shelter’s 11:00 PM curfew.
As you will hear in the following video, the woman shifted between being an assault victim to being angered by the shelter’s live-in “manager.”
Homeless Not Hopeless purchased 95 Chase Street in 2017, naming it their “Elise House.”
Neighbors of the new homeless shelter were not pleased by having another service operation move into what was once a very quiet family neighborhood…
… but Homeless Not Hopeless tried to ease concerns by saying that their 95 Chase Street address was specifically for homeless women who all had jobs, just needing a place to live until they could afford to move into their own residences.
According to their web page, Homeless Not Hopeless chose the 95 Chase Street location for their shelter because it gives the women the “ability to access services with ease as well as enjoy some of what makes Cape Cod so wonderful.”
As you will see in the following HN Video, the woman was eventually taken into protective custody…
Following HN Shock Video highlights the scene as it unfolded in the early morning hours… in what once was a very quiet family neighborhood…
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