12 year-old hit on scooter in Harwich; 15 year-old steals a car in Dennis

HARWICH - A 12 year-old boy riding his scooter apparently did not look when he came out of a driveway and was accidentally struck by a woman driver on Deep Hole Road at 10:45 AM today. Below the boy is comforted by Deputy Fire Chief Norman Clarke, Jr. and paramedic Shawn Piche.  Officers Paul Boorack and Robert Horgan investigate the accident scene as the elderly woman driver looks on. Note the scooter in the road near the  vehicle. The boy was visibly shaken but not injured, the  woman driver was not charged.     Photos by Jake O'Callaghan

   "BOLO" today for stolen SUV -  Found wrecked  in Centerville
   Above the wrecked SUV is photographed by police. Above right it is on a flatbed
There was a "Be On The Lookout for" (BOLO) this morning of a stolen SUV from Dennis put out by County Sheriff's Department.
0722suvowner_300At 8:30 this am the Barnstable PD and Centerville/Osterville/Marstons Mills (COMM) Fire Department got a 911 call of a car crash on Shooting Flying Hill Rd in Centerville.
The crash had taken out about 200 feet of railing just near the beach at Lake Wequaquet before coming to rest and stalling on the shoulder and destroying the right side of the Honda Pilot SUV.
The driver, a 15 or 16 year old who stole it from Dennis, escaped on foot before Barnstable Police and COMM rescue arrived .
Nstar was also called and and the road was blocked for 45 minutes  in one lane headed to Route 132 and until the county investigation officer came to take photos and dust for prints.
On left is he female owner who came to scene from Dennis.

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