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Barnstable Police Log: March 26, 2012

The following information was supplied by the Barnstable Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Monday, March 26

5:19 am - Police were called for a PC Eval at Cape Cod Hospital, individual placed in protective custody.

8:30 am - A domestic verbal argument was reported at Bearse's Way, Hyannis, report taken.

No Time Available - Larceny was reported at Barnstable High School, serviced.

11:41 am - Larceny was reported at 464 Osterville West Barnstable Rd., Marstons Mills, report taken.

No Time Available - Rape was reported in Cotuit, report taken.

11:57 am - A suspicious motor vehicle was reported at 133 Starboard Ln., Osterville, serviced.

2:43 pm - An assault was reported at 7-Eleven on North Street, Hyannis, individual placed in protective custody.

3:19 pm - Suspicious activity was reported at National Guard Armory, serviced.

No Time Available - A motor vehicle break-in was reported at 143 Elliott Rd., Centerville, report taken.

4:13 pm - A break-in was reported at 118 High School St., Hyannis, report taken.

4:07 pm - An intoxicated person disturbance was reported at JFK Museum, Hyannis, serviced.

4:56 pm - Domestic assault and battery was reported, arrest made. Police arrested Pamela Julie Condon of 7 Woodvale Ln., Centerville for assault domestic violence, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon on a victim 60+ and placed her in protective custody.

5:15 pm - A disturbance was reported at 29 Kelley Rd., Hyannis, serviced.

6:21 pm - Police responded to a traffic complaint, arrest made. Police arrested Allan S. Phillips of 432 Pitcher's Way, Hyannis for possession of a class B substance.

6:27 pm - A suspicious motor vehicle was reported at Barnstable Firing Range, serviced.

7:07 pm - A break-in was reported at 77 Dogwood Ln., Cotuit, report taken.

7:57 pm - An intoxicated person disturbance was reported at 75 Camp St., Hyannis, individual placed in protective custody.

10:43 pm - A domestic verbal argument was reported at 240 Scudder Rd., Osterville, report taken.

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