Christine Legere @ChrisLegereCCT
FALMOUTH — A candelight service Dec. 21 will remember the 27 homeless people on Cape Cod who died this year. The service will begin at 6 p.m. at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, sponsored by the nonprofit group Belonging to Each Other. The Rev. Louise Forrest of St. Barnabas, Rabbi Elias Lieberman of Falmouth Jewish Congregation and the Rev.
Christine Legere @ChrisLegereCCT FALMOUTH — An 18-year-old East Falmouth man pleaded not guilty Thursday in Falmouth District Court to charges of witness intimidation and malicious damage of property worth more than $250 after allegedly throwing a rock through the window of a home.At about 11 p.m. Tuesday a woman came to the police station to report that about an hour earlier she had seen Theodore Brown, of 456 Carriage Shop Road, and a juvenile standing on the edge of her property. The pair...
Christine Legere @ChrisLegereCCT FALMOUTH — Three juveniles and an 18-year-old were arrested for allegedly threatening to bring a gun to a home on Harriette Road to collect a drug debt.Two 17-year-olds, a 15-year-old and Juantae Kenlyn of Hyannis were arrested after police received information that someone was going to the home with a gun to collect the money, according to a police report.On Dec. 1, four fake $100 bills had been given to one of the 17-year-olds by a resident of the home to...
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