TRAUMA ALERT: 30-year-old male found bleeding from apparent stab wounds to shoulder and back of head… [HN AUDIO]

 
HYANNIS – [DEVELOPING] – As you will hear in the following HN Audio, CCH was placed on trauma alert early this morning after a man was discovered bleeding from apparent stab wounds to the shoulder and back of his head/neck.
 
At about 1:35AM, Barnstable squad cars responded to the area of Phillips Road and Saint Joseph Street to investigate a report of a loud party and people arguing.
 
Police also received a second report of an unknown person banging on the front door of a Saint Joseph Street residence.
 
Upon further investigation of the area, officers discovered a 30-year-old man at 51 Saint Joseph Street. He was reportedly “bleeding pretty good” from stab wounds to the head area and shoulder.
 
The stabbing is believed to have happened in the street according to radio transmissions, but not yet officially confirmed…
 
Officers traced a trail of blood back to the roadway in front of 3 Phillips Road, the location of the recently dispersed loud party, and likely location of where the stabbing took place…
 
This is a very active investigation, involving Barnstable Police patrol officers and detectives, along with crime scene investigative services from the Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office.
 
The victim’s current condition was unknown at the time of this report. HN is withholding the man’s name for the time being until further details are officially released. Check back for updates…
 

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10/8/2017

 

Robert Bastille

 


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