Top HN photos: Ambulance at crime scene; with inserts of suspect posting bail at Barnstable District Court.
HYANNIS – A 22-year-old Hyannis woman is accused of going on a violent rampage which left a trail of destruction and sent at least one victim to CCH this past Wednesday evening.
HN responded to the scene located at a Fresh Holes Road address after a patrolman came over the radio announcing he would need rescue and additional units.
According to sources, the violence may have also involved a victim being sliced with scissors. A female could be heard in distress and crying as the patrolman also radioed for a crime scene photographer.
Photographs were taken inside the Fresh Holes Road residence. Police also photographed damage to a vehicle parked outside. Another vehicle was towed from the scene…
Arraignment proceedings lasted into the late afternoon today at Barnstable District Court as officials needed to make arrangements to have a qualified Portuguese Interpreter present.
Layane E. Olivo, age 22, of 22 Oak Neck Road in Hyannis, was charged with Strangulation, Assault &Battery With a Dangerous Weapon/Knife, Assault With a Dangerous Weapon/Knife, Vandalism of Property, Intimidation of a “Witness/Juror/Police/Court Official,” Larceny From a Person, Breaking & Entering in the Daytime For a Felony, Assault & Battery of three separate people/including one household member, Reckless Endangerment Of a Child, B&E For a Misdemeanor, and making a Threat To Commit a Crime.
Olivo was ordered to pay $3000 cash bail and to return to the Barnstable District Court probation office on Monday to be fitted with a GPS monitor.
Olivo was also ordered to surrender her passport and to have no contact with any of the victims.
Due to the time of day and the litany of separate charges, several of the court documents, including the police reports, were impounded and sealed for the time being under the shield law.
Sources on scene were shocked, not only by the violence, but because at least one child allegedly had been victimized. A neighbor of the Fresh Holes Road crime scene told HN in Spanish that he was very surprised because that part of the neighborhood is typically quiet. HN agreed, in recent years, that part of the neighborhood has not seen violence which has drawn HN coverage. The surrounding homes appear to be occupied by hard working residents, the parking lot filled with work vans and the occasional children’s toy.
[DEVELOPING] These are serious allegations and HN will provide additional details and updates as they become available.
Olivo is scheduled to be back in court on January 17th, 2019 for her Pretrial Hearing.
* All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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