In the above HN photos, officers discovered a disabled vehicle at the Airport Rotary in Hyannis last evening. The vehicle must have struck something because a front wheel was nearly sheared completely off. The driver, an older male, was arrested on suspicion of Operating Under the Influence.
In the above HN photo, Yarmouth Police Officers investigate a single vehicle crash last evening. The vehicle, driven by a male in his seventies, had just left the roadway and crashed through some bushes, landing in a parking lot in West Yarmouth, near the Barnstable town line. The vehicle had three flat tires and needed to be towed from the scene. The driver was transported to Cape Cod Hospital with minor injuries.
In the above photo, multiple Barnstable Police units responded to the area of the Cape Crossroads Condominiums twice last evening for reports of people fighting near the Bearses Way entrance. There was a report a knife was possibly shown. There was no visible fighting as officers arrived on scene. Police kept an eye on the area throughout the early morning hours…
In the above HN Photo, Barnstable Police officers take an adult California male (reportedly having just arrived in town) into Protective Custody early this morning. Officers received a call that the male had been banging on someone’s apartment door. A resident of the apartment did not know the male.
In other news from the overnight, Barnstable Police responded to at least four overdoses last evening, according to a police source. Overdoses (likely caused by Fentanyl) seem to be happening in waves, seemingly as new, potent batches of poison arrive in the area…
P.S. – Today’s Hytown Vignette is a brought to you by Grant Green… [CLICK IT/CRANK IT!]
* IMPORTANT HN NOTE: Readers always ask how they can donate to keep our camera’s rolling (and hopefully expand our coverage as well). But did you know that Hyannis News is already partially funded by viewers like you! And our goal is to keep HN’s content FREE for everyone to enjoy. But HN needs your ongoing help and support to keep our uniquely independent coverage moving forward… Please consider supporting HN’s efforts by either donating or advertising your business in our “Business Card Directory” below. (NOTE: HN had over 9.3 million page views last year! Ask about advertising options at email@example.com ) OR CLICK HERE TO CONTRIBUTE NOW ! And thank you for helping HN. Stay tuned!
*** CLICK HERE – SUBSCRIBE TO HN ON YOUTUBE! *** By subscribing directly to HyannisNews.com on YouTube, you can choose to be notified the moment every breaking HN Video is released! (It also helps support HN! And it’s FREE!)
Business Card Directory
Add your business card click here