Barnstable Police Log: May 31, 2012
The following information was supplied by the Barnstable Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
Thursday, May 31
12:33 am - A Motor Vehicle Stop lead to the arrest of Jay Bartlebaugh, 95, of 475 Old Town Road, Centerville. He was charged with failing to signal before turning, running a stop sign and operating a vehicle with a suspended license.
12:58 am - Nuisance animals were reported at 24 Betty's Pond Road, Apt. 1C, Hyannis, serviced.
1:04 am - A suspicious motor vehicle was reported at Stop & Shop, 3900 Falmouth Road, Hyannis. Report Taken.
1:15 am - A suspicous person was reported at the Cumberland Farms, 389 West Main Street, Hyannis. Advised.
1:31 am - A suspicious prowler was reported at 97 Harbor Bluffs Road, Hyannis. Report Taken.
2:12 am - A suspicious person was reported at Town Landing and Bayshore, Hyannis. Serviced.
6:54 am - Kaisi Nicole Wood, 26, of 253 Mitchell's Way, Hyannis was arrested on drug charges and driving with a suspended license.
8:25 am - Suspicious activity was reported at 417 Lakeside Drive, West, Centerville. Serviced.
10:11 am - An assistance call at Cape Cod Hospital lead to the arrest of Zachary Mills, 21, of 66 Depot Road, West Harwich for assault and battery on a police officer and being a disorderly person.
12:24 pm - A disabled motor vehicle was reported at 271 Ocean Street, Hyannis. Serviced.
12:59 pm - A fight was reported at 270 Communication Way, Barnstable. Serviced.
2:56 pm - Unwanted harassment was reported at 35 Pleasant Street, Hyannis. Advised.
5:02 pm - A motor vehicle stop at the Bell Tower Mall, 1600 Falmouth Road, Centerville, lead to the arrest of Kenneth Vieira, 42 of 166 Chuckles Way, Marstons Mills, for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.
7:00 pm - Vandalism was reported at Cape Crossroads Condominiums, 800 Bearse's Way, Apt. W4F. Advised.
10:49 pm - Unwanted Harassment reported at 979 Falmouth Road, C20. Advised.
10:51 pm - Unwanted harassment reported at 174 Main Street, Apt 11, Hyannis. Serviced.
About this column: Major incidents from the Barnstable Police Department and Barnstable's fire departments not including drug arrests by Barnstable Police. The department said all drug arrests will be withheld due to ongoing and pending investigations.