Motorist arrested on drug trafficking charges; Orleans police station

Police arrest motorist from Cape on drug trafficking charges

WESTPORT - Police seized cocaine and Oxycodone - with an estimated street value of $6,000 - from a 28-year-old man they found asleep in his car with his head hanging out the driver's side door early Sunday at the State Road Irving Gas Station.

Juarez Stanley, who is on federal probation for cocaine trafficking, was arrested on charges of trafficking cocaine in excess of 14 grams, trafficking Oxycodone in excess of 28 pills and operating a motor vehicle without a license, according to police... He told police he was from Cape Cod, but refused to provide a current address, according to Detective Majewski.

The detective said police will contact the U.S. Probation Department on Tuesday to learn a current address for Mr. Stanley.

Detective Majewski said Mr. Stanley told police that he is on federal probation, after being released from prison about 11 months ago.

He said Mr. Stanley received an 87-month jail sentence on federal cocaine trafficking charges... Standard-Times.

Hearings slated on proposed Orleans police station

Orland PD today
  Above is the present Orleans Police station on Route 28 at Eldredge parkway.

ORLEANS - Two public hearings are scheduled for Thursday at Orleans Town Hall on a proposed new police headquarters building.

The first hearing is set for 10 a.m., with the second hearingscheduled for 7 p.m. Both will be held in the Nauset Room at town hall.The police station building committee is holding the hearings.

At the Oct. 27 special town meeting, a request for funding abuilding design article will be brought forward regarding a new policebuilding.

According to town officials, the purpose of hearings is to presentto the voters of Orleans an explanation of all the options that wereconsidered based on voter and architectural review committee concernsthat were expressed at the May annual town meeting.

Officials stated the pending design article has the full support ofthe selectmen and the finance committee. Revised costs and conceptualbuilding plans will be shown at these meetings.

Each session will be followed by a question-and-answer period. Asign-up sheet will also be available for those interested in attendinga guided tour of the current building to get a first-hand look at thepresent building conditions.

Voters also may watch the presentation being broadcast on Channel18. Further, the 7 p.m. hearing Thursday will be shown live on Channel18 and rebroacast till the Oct. 27 town meeting.

Scroll down to see previous Police and Fire reports like these:

  • Sunday Sagamore bridge accident back up holiday traffic; Ptown stabbing on Commercial Street.
  • Armed robber nabbed  by Yarmouth Police today; Seaside Festival detours traffic on Route 28.
  • police-fire_photo-pay3_300Yarmouth police arrest suspect in three robberies since Tuesday.
  • Double stabbing in Hyannis; Mashpee robbery; Nantucket rape suspect.
  • Nantucket rape; Harwich man stabbed, hidden man arrested.
  • Body of missing fisherman found; Doctor's body found in Orleans.

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