HYANNIS - Shots were fired in Hyannis early Wednesday afternoon. Multiple cruisers responded to Otis Road behind Lukes Liquor's on Barnstable Road near the airport rotary. Barnstable Police Chief Paul MacDonald and District Attorney Michael O’Keefe announced later Wednesday that Barnstable Police responded to a report of the shooting at 30 Otis Road at approximately 1:20 p.m.
As they arrived, multiple gunshots were heard. Barnstable Police observed two males exit the house and a third male running from the house. After a pursuit, all three subjects were apprehended by Barnstable Police Detectives and Patrol Units. Guns and money were recovered in the vicinity of the suspects.
Upon entry into the house, a male identified as Andrew Stanley, 27, of Hyannis, was found shot to death.
Under arrest are: Eddie Mack, 26, of Hyannis and Roxbury (left), Kieko Thomas , 20, of Hyannis (center), and David Evans, 26, of Boston (right). All three are charged with Armed Robbery and Murder. The three individuals will be brought to Barnstable District Court to be arraigned on Thursday.
The case remains under investigation by the Barnstable Police Department and the State Police Detectives Unit attached to the District Attorney’s Office.
News briefs: Cape Cod Mall reopens after power failure
HYANNIS - Most of the Cape Cod Mall has reopened after a power outage shut it down. Firefighters discovered a transformer malfunction after responding to an automatic fire alarm around 7 a.m. NStar crews were called to fix the transformer.
Firefighters evaluated after fumes released in Chatham
CHATHAM - Four firefighters and a civilian were evaluated at Cape Cod Hospital after being exposed to hydrogen sulfide, a potentially poisonous gas. Chatham Fire Chief Michael Ambriscoe tells CWN crews responded to 1218 Main Street about 11:46 a.m. Tuesday for an automatic alarm. While checking an apartment over the store at that location, they were met by a strong odor. Meter tests showed very high levels of the gas. A smouldering pot on the stove was the apparent cause of the fumes. All 5 victims were treated and released.
Car hits building in Hyannis
HYANNIS - A car struck a building in Hyannis late Tuesday night. Officials responded to Cape Cod Winwater Works at 174 Airport Road and discovered a Toyota Scion had struck the building. Two occupants had fled but were located and treated for injuries that were not life threatening. The building suffered cosmetic damage but is structurally sound. The car was heavily damaged and towed from the scene. Barnstable Police are investigating. Further detals were not immediately available.