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Barnstable Town Massachusetts Police Station Address: 1200 Phinneys Ln, Hyannis, MA 02601, United States


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The 30th Session of the Citizens Police Academy graduated last night. Check out the album for photos of all the graduates!

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January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Join Cape Cod PATH (People Against Trafficking Humans) for a… https://t.co/c5XeEHTiAZ

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Press Release
January 10, 2018

Over the past several months, Barnstable Narcotics Detectives have been… https://t.co/7pQ4yDN2Ex

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UPDATED PRESS RELEASE
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Fatal Hit and Run Motor Vehicle Crash Involving Pedestrian

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The 30th Session of the Citizens Police Academy graduated last night. Check out the album for photos of all the graduates!

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January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Join Cape Cod PATH (People Against Trafficking Humans) for a candlelight vigil to recognize the 21 million people currently enslaved in modern-day slavery, which exists everywhere across the globe, including on beautiful Cape Cod.

DATE: January 20, 2018, 4:30-5:30 pm, Hyannis Village Green

Support Cape Cod PATH’s mission to eradicate human trafficking on the Cape through education and awareness. The typical trafficking victim is a girl age 14-17, though boys and transgender youth are also vulnerable. Because survivors of sex or labor trafficking are often homeless and arrive at a safe house or human service agency with only the clothes on their back, Cape Cod PATH is collecting care bags that can help their recovery begin. If you would like to donate a care bag, please bring them to Barnstable Police Headquarters, 1200 Phinney’s Lane, Hyannis, attention Officer Katie Parache.

Here’s a list of the new, unused items needed for each care bag: toothpaste, toothbrush, shampoo, conditioner, body lotion, soap, hair brush, 3 pairs underwear, 3 pairs socks, pair sweat pants, package baby wipes. hair elastics, chapstick, water bottle, notepad, 2 pens, stuffed animal, note of encouragement.

For further information, check www.capecodpath.org or email info.capecodpath@gmail.com

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Press Release
January 10, 2018

Over the past several months, Barnstable Narcotics Detectives have been investigating a father and son involved in a large scale cocaine distribution operation between New Bedford and Cape Cod. The targets of the investigation were Vincent Gomes Sr. (age 39) and Vincent Gomes Jr. (age 21). Both suspects are originally from the Cape but have been residing off Cape in New Bedford. During the investigation, Detectives learned that the suspects were traveling to the Cape on a daily basis to distribute large quantities of cocaine to numerous Cape Cod area users and dealers. The suspects would generally remain on Cape for several hours each day before returning to New Bedford.

The investigation involved several undercover purchases of cocaine and extensive physical and electronic surveillance of the operation. Yesterday, BPD Detectives and members of the Bristol County Sheriffs Drug Unit (South Coast Anti Crime Team) followed both Gomes’ from their residence in New Bedford to the Cape. Upon arriving on the Cape, the suspects were stopped after pulling into a conservation area parking lot on Old Stage Rd in West Barnstable. A subsequent search resulted in the seizure of approximately 25 grams of cocaine from Gomes Jr. Another 25 grams of cocaine that had been hidden in the woods adjacent to the parking area was located by a BPD K-9. Both suspects were arrested for Trafficking Cocaine and Conspiracy to Violate the Controlled Substance Act. Gomes Sr. was also charged with an additional count of Possession of Oxycodone for a small quantity of pills seized from their vehicle.

Following the arrests, BPD Detectives and Bristol Sheriffs Officers met with New Bedford PD Detectives and executed a search warrant at 110 Reynolds St, Apt 2, in New Bedford (Gomes’ residence). Detectives seized another 90 grams of uncut cocaine, numerous oxycodone pills, drug processing material (scales, bags, diluting agents), as well as a loaded 9mm pistol and a loaded 22 caliber revolver. The street value of the drugs seized was approximately $25,000. BPD Detectives later seized $10,000 cash in suspected drug proceeds from Gomes family members as they drove from New Bedford to Hyannis. Gomes Sr. will be facing additional drug and firearms charges in Bristol County.

Vincent Gomes (Sr.) is a well known drug trafficker from the Fresh Holes Rd area of Hyannis. Gomes was the subject of a 2005 BPD/DEA wiretap investigation. As a result of that investigation, Gomes was convicted of cocaine distribution charges and sentenced to 10 years in federal prison.

At the time of his arrest, Gomes Jr. was out on bail for a BPD case charging Trafficking Cocaine stemming from an arrest in August of 2016. Gomes Jr. has been indicted in Barnstable Superior Court on said charge.

Both father and son were arraigned in Barnstable District Court today. Vincent Gomes Jr.’s bail on his previous case was revoked and an additional bail of $10,000 was set regarding the new charges. Vincent Gomes Sr.’s bail was $5000, which he posted in court this afternoon.

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Press Release January 7, 2018

On January 5, 2018 at approximately 7:50 p.m. the Barnstable Police responded to the area of Route 28 Centerville near the Bell Tower Mall for a fatal hit and run motor vehicle accident involving a pedestrian.

Officers arrived on scene with COMM Fire Department and began rendering aid to John Pina, a 62 year old Centerville resident, who had been crossing the street prior to being struck by a motor vehicle. Pina was transported to Cape Cod Hospital by ambulance and shortly thereafter was pronounced dead.

The Cape Cod Regional Motor Vehicle Crash Reconstruction Team was called to the scene and began an investigation into the accident. Witness accounts described the suspect vehicle that fled the scene as a light brown Toyota sedan driven by a white female with black hair. The female reportedly got out of her car and checked on the victim before fleeing the scene.

On Saturday January 6 at approximately 3:00 pm Sarah Hunt, a 33 year old resident of Centerville came into the Barnstable Police Station to report that she was the suspect driver in the fatal hit and run. Hunt then had conversation with Barnstable Detectives and admitted to being the driver during the accident and leaving the scene. Barnstable Detectives recovered the damaged tan 2000 Toyota Camry used in the accident from the garage of Hunt’s home.

Hunt was subsequently arrested and charged with Motor Vehicle Homicide by Negligent Operation, Leaving the Scene of an Accident after Death and Operating a Motor Vehicle with an Open Container. Hunt was bailed on personal recognizance and is scheduled to be arraigned in Barnstable District Court on Monday January 8, 2018.

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Barnstable Police Department2 weeks ago

UPDATED PRESS RELEASE
PUBLIC HELP IS NEEDED

Fatal Hit and Run Motor Vehicle Crash Involving Pedestrian

At approximately 7:50 p.m. on January 5, 2018, the Barnstable Police Department received several 911 calls reporting a seriously injured man lying in the westbound lane of Route 28 in Centerville in the area of the Bell Tower Mall.

Officers arrived on scene with the COMM Fire Department and located a 62 year old male suffering from severe trauma. It appeared that the male had been struck by a vehicle, which then fled the scene. The male victim was transported to Cape Cod Hospital by COMM Fire and was subsequently pronounced dead. Traffic on Route 28 was diverted as the Barnstable Police Crash Reconstruction Unit conducted their preliminary investigation. The road was reopened for normal traffic approximately 90 minutes later.

The suspect vehicle is believed to be a Toyota sedan (Corolla, Camry or Avalon) that is light in color (brown, grey or champagne). It has damage to some or all of the following areas: front end, grill, hood, windshield and the roof. The suspect is described as a white female in her late twenties / early thirties with black hair. She is described as wearing blue jeans and a light colored coat and she smokes cigarettes. The female suspect got out of the vehicle and checked on the victim before getting back in her vehicle and fleeing the scene headed westbound on Route 28.

If you are involved in this crash or are a witness to this crash, please come to the Barnstable Police Department or call us at 508-775-0812.