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Police Log: Reports of Breaking and Entering, Shoplifting and Hit and Run

The following is provided by the Barnstable Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Notable incidents from Wednesday December 5, 2012

7:35 a.m.: Barnstable High School, 744 West Main St., larceny, serviced

10:23 a.m.: 53 Prince Hinckley Rd., vandalism, serviced

11:41 a.m.: Barnstable High School, 744 West Main St., accident, hit and run, report taken

2:16 p.m.: Lady Grace, 768 Iyannough Rd., shoplifting, serviced

2:50 p.m.: 75 Camp St., missing person, report taken

3:45 p.m.: 24 Tern Ln., domestic, unwanted, report taken

4:21 p.m.: 173 Lumbert Mill Rd., suspicious activity, arrested 22-year-old Brandon T. Stuczyneski of Mashpee, breaking and entering day time, intent to commit a felony

4:28 p.m.: 56 Grove St., accident, hit and run, report taken

5:19 p.m.: The Car Guys, 741 Yarmouth Rd., larceny, motor vehicle, report taken

5:41 p.m.: 525 Ocean St., breaking and entering, residence, report taken

5:52 p.m.: 3040 Falmouth Rd. Apt. #J1, domestic, harassment, report taken

Stumpgrinder December 08, 2012 at 05:44 PM
3:45 p.m.: 24 Tern Ln., domestic, unwanted, report taken What is with these folks? Since January of 2011, the police have responded to a "domestic" situation on at least 16 occasions. The one "disposition" (October 1, 2012) was a waste of the Court's time, because the "witness" failed to cooperate. If the alarm at your house went off 16 times, the cops would be charging you huge fines for responding. Either get these folks some help, or lock one or both up. Stop using police resources to continually break up arguments, which is not their function in our society. There have been restraining orders, arrests, but this continues to go on. When do people become responsible for themselves and not society's burden?????

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