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Thursday October 17, 2019 (1 month ago)


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HYANNIS — Barnstable and state police are still investigating the apparent homicide that happened Wednesday afternoon on Yarmouth Road.The Cape and Islands District Attorney’s Office released no further information Thursday.The incident took place in front of Big Boy Rental, a car rental and detail business at 362 Yarmouth Road, according to witness accounts.Big Boy Rental Inc. is owned and operated by Jarran Watkins, of Mashpee, according to the [...]

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