September 24, 2021

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Law enforcement/Fire: Theft suspect caught in neighbor’s lawn | Community Information

A man accused of theft was caught in a neighbor’s yard when police gave chase.

Police arrested Kyle S. Barry, 33, of 20 Riverside Ave., Apt. 1, on Tuesday at 9:37 p.m. He faces charges of felony breaking and moving into a motor vehicle or boat in the night time and two counts of defacing non-public home.

According to the police report, officers had been summoned to Whittemore Road on a report of guy seeking to steal a tire from the bed of a truck.

Police positioned a person who suit a witness’ description trying to climb a fence into the yard of a Riverside Avenue home and gave chase.

“I then observed him attempt to jump a picket picket fence from the backyard of 19 Whittemore in direction of an abutting property,” Patrolman David DeAngelo wrote in his report. “He did not correctly make the bounce, catching his ft on the major of the pickets, snapping off four of them and slipping facial area 1st on the floor underneath.”

DeAngelo asked Barry what he was carrying out.

“I’m not going to lie to you,” the report quoted Barry telling the officer. “I was seeking for copper (to steal).”

Barry was transported to Addison Gilbert Hospital for analysis and procedure. Officers ended up not able to reserve Barry right up until he was medically cleared by the physicians at the hospital.

— Sean Horgan

In other news taken from the logs of Cape Ann’s law enforcement and fireplace departments:


Tuesday, Aug. 10

6:41 p.m.: Officers responded to the Azorean Restaurant & Bat on Washington Avenue on report of an unruly patron. The woman was instructed that she no more time was welcome at the restaurant and left.

3:11 p.m.: A caller described that his truck had been stolen from the parking location of Beacon Maritime on East Main Avenue. Law enforcement are investigating.

11:11 a.m.: John Thibeault, 28, of 7 Springfield St., basement apartment, was arrested on an outstanding arrest warrant out of Gloucester District Court docket and two drug possession fees. The drug fees are possession of a Course A drug (fentanyl) and possession of a Class B drug (suboxone sublingual strips) with intent to distribute.

6:14 a.m.: Police responded to Harriet Road on report of a male searching into parked vehicles and performing suspiciously. Law enforcement stated the person took off towards the place of Higher Popples and Grapevine roads when confronted. Police searched the place, but did not find the guy. He is explained as stocky, carrying a black hat and jacket, a black experience mask, jeans and carrying a back again pack.


Wednesday, Aug. 11

5:31 a.m.: Clinical emergency on Major Avenue. The individual was transported by ambulance to Addison Gilbert Hospital in Gloucester. 

Tuesday, Aug. 10

4:12 p.m.: Medical unexpected emergency on Inexperienced Avenue. The person was transported by ambulance to Addison Gilbert Healthcare facility. 

2:57 p.m.: A driver on Thatcher Road gained a felony quotation for driving with a suspended license and dashing. 

2:28 p.m.: Report of a small vehicle accident on Broadway. Each drivers exchanged information and facts.

11:28 a.m.: Report of a man or woman shoplifting a tool at Smith’s Hardware and Lumber at Station Sq.. Officers found the person who returned to the keep to pay back. 

8:26 a.m.: Officers spoke with a Penzance Highway resident about the rules and laws on Pebble Beach front, like parking, trash can placement, and fishermen doing the job in the space. 


Tuesday, Aug. 10

4:43 p.m.: A driver on Faculty Street obtained a prepared warning for speeding. 

4:13 p.m.: Medical crisis on Enjoyable Road. The individual was transported by ambulance to a medical center. 

1:54 p.m.: Public Works was notified of a massive pothole on Forest Road. 


Wednesday, Aug. 11

Visitors stops: Two drivers on Southern Avenue obtained citations for dashing at 7:03 and 7:25 a.m.

Healthcare emergencies on Chebacco Terrace at 1:22 a.m. and Lufkin Street at 3:07 a.m. Both were being transported by ambulance to a clinic. 

Tuesday, Aug. 10

10:12 p.m.: A driver on Most important Avenue gained a verbal warning for rushing. 

2:22 p.m.: Officers assisted two motorists install children’s car or truck seats at the police station on John Wise Avenue. 

1:21 p.m.: Report of a slight automobile incident on Key Street. Both of those drivers exchanged info.