Rear-ender in front of Cape Playhouse; Great Western at Highbank accident

Notorious Intersection Scene of Truck vs Truck T-bone
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y3_driver_declines_medical_attention_450Around 1:45 PM, a Chevy S-10 apparently attempted to turn left from the stop sign at Great Western Road onto Highbank Road in Yarmouth.

The maneuver failed as a Ford Ranger traveling west slammed into the turning vehicle.

The occupants of the Chevy were shaken up but apparently did not need immediate medical attention.

The driver of the Ford refused medical treatment from Yarmouth EMTs. Traffic on Highbank Road westbound was rerouted down Great Western as eastbound traffic edged by the accident scene.

Photos by Kevin Morley;
Above, Left turn fails at dangerous intersection
Middle, Rescue personnel inspect westbound vehicle
Bottom, Driver of Ford declines medical attention

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Saab rear-ends tradesman’s truck on 6A in Dennis village

   As the sign behind the car says. "Regrets Only"

d3driverreflectsonacci_450The tranquility of Route 6A in Dennis Village was shattered this morning around 10:45 as a Saab sedan headed east rear-ended a tradesman’s truck making a left turn off 6A just past the Cape Playhouse entrance.

Fortunately, there were no apparent injuries suffered by the trucker or the driver and two occupants of the Saab.

The truck escaped with minor bumper damage while the Saab’s front-end was significantly impacted. 

Engine 106 from Dennis Fire Station #2 secured the accident scene while police handled the traffic build-up that quickly jammed the major route through the scenic Dennis village. 

Photo above shows damaged Saab on 6A in Dennis Village
In photo on right the driver reflects on accident

All photos by Kevin Morley

Brothers arrested with alleged stolen property
MARSTONS MILL
S - Two brothers were arrested by Barnstable Police after they were allegedly attempting to sell property reportedly taken in a breaking and entering a short time earlier. 26-year old Joshua Soares and his brother 24-year old Jonathan Soares were picked up at the White Hen Pantry on Route 28 Monday night reportedly trying to sell a digital camera and other items. Police say the items fit the description of those taken in a B&E on Lakeside Drive in the Mills. Police say they found a note at that residence apologizing for the break and saying nothing had been found. The note reportedly had Jonathan's phone number on it. The brothers were charged with breaking and entering, and larceny from a dwelling. Jonathan was also charged with wanton destruction of property after allegedly kicking out a cruiser window while being transported to the station.

Alleged drug activity leads to foot pursuit, arrest
HYANNIS
- A complaint of alleged drug sales led to a foot chase in a Hyannis neighborhood Monday night. Police responded to Louis Street off Barnstable Road after complaints of activity around a Lincoln sedan. One person ran but was caught a short time later by a neighborhood market. He was identified as 28-year old Tory Washington of Hyannis. The car was impounded and the driver 31-year old Jill Wrightington of Randolph was also arrested. Both were charged with possession with intent to distribute class D & E substances. Wrightington was also charged with being a disorderly person. Police reportedly recovered percocet and over $5,000 in cash from Washington and 2 Saboxin pills and nearly $1,o00 from Wrightington. The two were arraigned Tuesday in Barnstable District Court.

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