WEST DENNIS – [DEVELOPING] – As you will see and hear in the following HN Video, at about 1:20 a.m. this morning, Dennis Patrol Officers responded to an address on Swan River Road for what was initially described as a possible domestic disturbance…
… it turned out to be something much more complicated.
According to radio transmissions, the first officers to arrive in the area of Swan River Road became aware of a large SUV seen traveling north, away from the scene toward Route 134. Officers then became aware of a black Nissan Altima, also seen leaving the scene.
Responding officers stopped the Nissan Altima a short distance away in front of the Plantation Condominiums, after it was spotted traveling west along Route 28.
As you will hear in the following HN Video, an officer came on the radio requesting rescue for a stabbing victim bleeding heavily from the left thigh. According to radio transmissions, officers applied gauze to slow the bleeding. An ambulance arrived and the victim was transported to Cape Cod Hospital in unknown condition…
A Dennis Police Sergeant requested mutual aid from Harwich as officers began to focus on 184 Swan River Road, the alleged scene of the crime. Massachusetts State Troopers also responded to the scene to assist, putting out a BOLO to other troopers up on Route 6.
At 184 Swan River Road, officers spoke at length with possible witnesses. A Barnstable County Sheriff’s Deputy took crime scene photos. A Dennis Police Detective also responded to the scene.
The Nissan Altima was towed back to Dennis Police Headquarters for further processing.
Investigators developed leads regarding the black SUV that left the scene. As you will hear in the following HN Video, the black SUV possibly has the word “Deadpool” written somewhere on the back…
… and officers were still trying to locate the SUV at the time of this report.
The following HN Video highlights the entire call. Note: most of the call audio happened just before, or else does not exactly match the sequence of the footage taken on scene.
* All suspects, persons of interest, and witnesses are presumed to be innocent until charged and proven guilty in a court of law.