Alleged Crack Dealer Arrested by Yarmouth Police

Woman with 39 priors released on $40 bail commissioner fee...
Kelley A. Keith, age 38, of West Yarmouth was arrested by Yarmouth Police on multiple drug charges. (YPD booking photo)

From the Yarmouth Police Department:

CRACK DEALER ARRESTED BY YPD DRUG ENFORCEMENT UNIT 

On December 3, 2018 a Knock and Announce search warrant was obtained from First District Court of Barnstable authorizing the search of 8A Rosemary Lane, West Yarmouth, Massachusetts. The search warrant authorized officers to search for Cocaine, a Class B controlled substance and evidence related to the distribution of Cocaine. 

The search warrant also authorized the search of Kelley Keith and any persons present in the location to be searched. 

On December 4, 2018 at approximately 9:30PM Yarmouth Police Department Drug Enforcement Unit Detective Scott Lundegren, along with other members of the Yarmouth Police Department, executed the warrant at 8A Rosemary Lane, West Yarmouth, Massachusetts. 

During the search, officers recovered several knotted plastic baggies containing a white compressed powder (Crack Cocaine) from the person of Kelley Keith along with packaging materials, cell phones, and US currency.

The following is a partial list of the items seized during the search:

• Crack Cocaine in numerous knotted bags 

• US Currency 

• Plastic sandwich baggies

• (5) Cell phones

• Suboxone Oral Film 

Keith—with 39 prior charges in Massachusetts--was transported to Yarmouth Police Department Headquarters where she were booked, processed, and released on Personal Recognizance by the Bail Commissioner upon paying the $40 bail commission fee.

Keith was arraigned in the Barnstable District Court on Wednesday, December 5, 2018 and released on personal recognizance and is back in the community awaiting her next court date.

Refer To Arrest: 18-1082-AR
Arrest: KELLEY A. KEITH 
Address: ROSEMARY LN WEST YARMOUTH
Age: 38
Charges: 
POSSESS TO DISTRIB CLASS B (CRACK COCAINE)
POSSESS CLASS B (SUBOXONE)


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