Yarmouth Police Arrest Local Man on Heroin Warrant

Released after paying $40 Bail Commissioner fee
Christopher Omar Speid, age 30, of Hyannis was arrested by Yarmouth Police for an active warrant (YPD booking photo)

From the Yarmouth Police Department:

LOCAL MAN ARRESTED ON HEROIN WARRANT

On National Police Memorial Day, Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 5:30PM, Yarmouth Police Officers observed two subjects sitting behind a fence in the area of the Salvation Army Store at 174 Route 28. 

Officers spoke with the subjects and determined that one had an active warrant for his arrest for the Possession of Class A Heroin.

The subject was placed under arrest and transported to Yarmouth Police Department Headquarters. 

After booking, the Bail Commissioner was notified and the suspect was released on Personal Recognizance after paying the $40.00 Bail Commissioner fee. 

Refer To Arrest: 18-432-AR
Arrest: CHRISTOPHER OMAR SPEID 
Address: 215 OLD YARMOUTH RD HYANNIS, MA
Age: 30
Charges: WARRANT FOR POSSESSION OF CLASS A HEROIN

The Yarmouth Police Department will continue to make significant violent crime and drug arrests and is committed to protecting our community and our citizens as we work hard to make Yarmouth in to one of the safest communities in the region.

The Yarmouth Police Department will continue to work collectively with all Local, State, and Federal Law Enforcement agencies as we carry on our mission to keep our citizens safe. 

If you, or a loved one needs help, or you have information about drug distribution, threats of violence, or any other crimes occurring in the Town of Yarmouth, please contact the Yarmouth Police Department Detective Division at 508.775.0445 extension 2134.


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