HYANNIS - Barnstable Police report that on Friday at approximately 10:30 a.m., a 45-year-old female resident of Cedar Street in Hyannis returned home from work. Upon entering the residence she encountered an unknown male inside her upstairs bathroom. The subject had broken into her residence. The home owner confronted him about what he was doing in her house. At this point he reportedly brandished a handgun and said “I’m robbing you”. The adult female victim was able to keep her composure and exited the residence. The subject fled the residence and ran towards Main Street, Hyannis. Numerous Barnstable Police Department Patrol Units responded to the area and set up a perimeter. BPD Patrol Officer Mark McWilliams and Detective Jason Laber located the subject in the area of 156 Main Street, Hyannis. He was identified as Kimarley Salmon, 17, of Hyannis. Salmon is known to the Barnstable Police Department. The victim was able to identify Salmon as the person that broke into her residence and brandished a handgun. Salmon was placed under arrest and transported back to the Barnstable Police Station. At the time of his arrest Salmon was not armed.
A follow up investigation by Detective Jason Laber and Detective Joseph Cairns resulted in the recovery of a plastic replica handgun in the area of 156 Main Street in Hyannis. Salmon acknowledged to police investigators that he had the replica handgun in his possession during the house break. Additional follow up also linked Salmon to another Hyannis house break on December 12th at 88 Yarmouth Road. Salmon is alleged to have broken into the residence and stealing an iPad mini. BPD Detectives have forensic evidence linking Salmon to the house break. As a result, Salmon was charged with breaking and entering in the daytime placing a person in fear, and armed assault in a dwelling. In addition for the December 12th incident he was charged with breaking and entering in the daytime with intent to commit a felony and larceny over $250
Salmon is also currently under the Department of Youth Services (DYS) supervision. This arrest resulted in DYS placing a detainer on him. He is currently being held without bail pending his arraignment Monday in Barnstable District Court.
Media release and photos furnished by Barnstable Police
Operation Safe Ride offered in Provincetown, Truro
PROVINCETOWN - At a time when motor vehicle traffic volume and crashes traditionally increase—the men and women of the Truro and Provincetown Police Departments will deploy additional personnel to protect public safety during this New Year’s Holiday weekend and travel period.
This year they have joined forces with Merecedes Cab, Pride Taxi and Cape Cab Company to provide our citizens and visitors with a free ride home during the New Year’s Eve holiday.
Operation Safe Ride would provide citizens and visitors a free ride home starting at 10 p.m. on Monday Night December 31st until 4 a.m. on Tuesday January 1st 2013. This outreach is designed specifically to limit impaired drivers on our roadways and keep our community safe.
Any citizen or visitor who needs a safe ride home on New Year’s Eve from a Provincetown licensed liquor establishment to a residence in Provincetown or Truro should simply call one of our designated community-partnership taxi companies for a free ride home.
For a ride from a Provincetown licensed liquor establishment to your home in Provincetown, please call Pride Taxi Company at 508-487-3400. You must mention Operation Safe Ride in your call.
For a ride from a Provincetown licensed liquor establishment to your home in Truro, please call Mercedes Cab or Cape Cab Company at 508-487-2222 or 508-487-3333. Again, you must mention Operation Safe Ride in your call.
Joint media release furnished by Provincetown and Truro Police
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