Yarmouth Police Arrest Man for Violent Attack

Subject faces a host of serious charges...

From the Yarmouth Police Department (verbatim):

MAN ARRESTED FOR ATTACK
On Thursday, May 2, 2019 at approximately 4PM, Yarmouth and Barnstable Police Officers arrested a man for a violent attack on a woman that had occurred at a home in Yarmouth and the survivor later reported it to the Barnstable Police.

Led by Yarmouth Police Detective Michael Wells, and Barnstable Police Detective Thomas Chevalier, the suspect was identified, tracked down, and placed under arrest at a location in Yarmouth.

The survivor has suffered physical and emotional injuries.

The suspect has a long and violent criminal record here in Massachusetts and in other states. 

Due to a Massachusetts Law passed in 2014 regarding Domestic Violence, Law Enforcement is unable to identify the attacker. 

The suspect was held at Yarmouth Police Headquarters on no bail status and will be transported to the Barnstable District Court this morning for arraignment. 

If you, or a loved one, is in an abusive relationship, please seek help immediately by calling 911. 

You may also seek confidential help and ongoing support from our Victim Services Specialist and Advocate Annie Catalano at 508 775.0445 extension 2181 at [email protected]
 

Arrested Person: (ID shielded by 2014 domestic violence law)
Address: 
Age: 
Charges: 
FELONY ASSAULT AND BATTERY INTIMATE RELATIONSHIP (SUBSEQUENT OFFENSE)
FELONY ASSAULT AND BATTERY WHILE ARMED WITH A DANGEROUS WEAPON
FELONY ASSAULT AND BATTERY WHILE ARMED WITH A DANGEROUS WEAPON
STRANGULATION 
THREAT TO COMMIT CRIME
STALKING


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