Three men charged with murder after Hyannis shooting Wednesday

Hyannis man killed during armed robbery in Hyannis

Barnstable police catch three suspects, recover guns and money


   Left to right: Eddie Mack, Kieko Thomas and David Evans all face murder and armed robbery charges after a fatal shooting in Hyannis Wednesday. BPD booking photos.

Police on the scene at 30 Otis Road in Hyannis Wednesday afternoon where a man was fatally shot. David G. Curran photo. HYANNIS - A Hyannis man was shot and killed at his home at 30 Otis Road in Hyannis Wednesday afternoon. According to Detective Kevin Connolly, officers responded to a reported shooting at the Otis Road home around 1:20 p.m. Upon arrival, the officers saw two men exiting the home and a third man running from the home.

Barnstable patrol officers and detectives apprehended the three men identified as 26-year-old Eddie Mack of Hyannis and Roxbury, 20-year-old Kieko Thomas of Hyannis and 26-year-old David Evans of Boston. 

The victim of the shooting has been identified by police as 27-year-old Andrew Stanley. Stanley was transported to Cape Cod Hospital following the shooting. 

Mack, Thomas and Evans have all been charged with armed robbery and murder, according to Det. Connolly.  They are being held until their arraignment in Barnstable District Court on Thursday.

The fatal shooting remains under investigation by Barnstable police and State Police attached to the Cape & Islands District Attorney's Office.

Police have yet to confirm that robbery was the motive.

See the original story of the reported shooting here.

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