UPDATE: The following is the actual BPD press release…
Armed Robbery at Cape Crossroads, Hyannis
On April 22, 2018 at 6:00pm, Barnstable Police responded to Cape Crossroads
Condominium Complex, 800 Bearse’s Way Hyannis, for a report of an armed robbery
involving a firearm.
Arriving officers met with a 20-year-old male victim from South Yarmouth, who alleged
he had been robbed at gun point by an acquaintance. Investigation revealed the victim
had been driven to the complex by three acquaintances and a male he did not know. The
five individuals intended to purchase narcotics from someone not known to the victim.
The acquaintances were identified as 25-year-old Zachary Enos of Truro, 21-year-old
Noah Enos of Brewster, 19-year-old Taylor Holm of Harwich, and an unidentified male.
At some point during the transaction, its alleged Zachary Enos removed a handgun from
his waistband and pointed it at the victim while demanding money and the victims’
cellphone. It’s further alleged that Zachary Enos threw the victims phone to the
pavement in order to render it inoperable, and took the victims cash, in the amount of
$320, from his pocket. The four acquaintances then fled in the vehicle in which they had
arrived, leaving the victim alone in the parking lot.
A few hours later, after a BOLO had been issued for the vehicle and occupants, in
addition to temporary warrants for related offenses, Massachusetts State Police troopers
located the vehicle at the Rte. 134 Cumberland Farms in Dennis. At that time, the
vehicle was occupied by Noah Enos and Taylor Holm who were taken into custody and
transported to the Barnstable Police Station where they were booked for the offense of
Accessories After the Fact.
As of this posting, the unidentified male is still unknown to police, and Zachary Enos
remains at-large and may be armed. There is a warrant for the arrest of Zachary Enos for
Armed Robbery, Injury to Property, and Intimidation of a witness. Any information
regarding his whereabouts should be reported to the Barnstable Police Department at
Initial HN coverage:
HYANNIS – [DEVELOPING] – At about 7:07PM last evening, Barnstable Police prowl cars quickly responded to 800 Bearses Way for an armed robbery which had just occurred.
The first officers on scene radioed suspect info and a vehicle description to dispatch, and a county wide BOLO was put out within a matter of minutes.
The suspect vehicle was described as a 1990s era Honda or Toyota sedan, color gray, with red paint covering some body work…
The vehicle was said to have fled the area with 3 males and 1 female.
The prime suspect reportedly resides in Truro… and may have ties in the Eastham area, according to radio transmissions. Police checked a cottage in Eastham. Nobody was found.
Massachusetts State Troopers stopped a vehicle on Route 134 in Dennis a few hours after the initial call. At least two individuals were held and Barnstable Police was notified.
Barnstable Police Officers responded to the state police traffic stop in Dennis and arrested two suspects, a male and female. Both suspects were transported back to BPD Headquarters where they were reportedly booked for Accessories After the Fact to an Armed Robbery. [Charges updated, charges were initially said to be Armed Robbery]
The prime suspect, described as being a male named “Zack Enos,” age 27, was still at large at the time of this report.
The female suspect was bailed out of jail at Barnstable Police Headquarters earlier this morning at about 3:30AM. The following HN video happens to show an unidentified female being bailed out and released from police custody this morning at about 3:30AM. The male suspect may have also been bailed out at the same time but that has not been confirmed.
One source believes the reported armed robbery may have been “drug rip.”
No further details were available at the time of this report. Expect official updates…
The following HN Video shows the entrance to 800 Bearses Way… it then shows police Headquarters at approximately 3:30AM and a female being bailed out from custody. The HN Video also contains actual county-wide radio transmissions between multiple police agencies.
* All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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