Yarmouth Police Bag Juvenile for Papa Gino's Felony B&E

17 year old reportedly ran away from DCF treatment facility...

From the Yarmouth Police Department (verbatim):

RUNAWAY JUVENILE ARRESTED FOR BREAK IN

On Monday May 27, 2019, at approximately 11:18PM, Yarmouth Police Department Patrol Officers responded to Papa Gino’s Pizza located at 940 Route 28 South Yarmouth for the report of an alarm.
Patrol Officers Jeff Rivett and Mary Gibney arrived and found an open window with the interior blinds pushed out from the inside.

Officers subsequently determined that cash and the cash drawer was missing.

At approximately the same time, a juvenile called Yarmouth Police Headquarters reporting he was lost. The juvenile had apparently run away from a Department of Children and Families Treatment Center for juveniles located nearby on Run Pond Road in South Yarmouth and was lost trying to return.

Patrol Officers Christopher Kent and Eric Rondina found the juvenile approximately one mile from the crime scene.

Yarmouth Police K9 Officer Mike Kramer and K9 Satu tracked from the crime scene directly to the juvenile and it was subsequently determined that the runaway juvenile had broken in to the restaurant and he was placed under arrest.

Massachusetts State Police Crime Scene Unit was called in to process and photograph the scene for evidence.

At approximately 2AM, Yarmouth Police Department Patrol Officer Michael Cheung located a cash register drawer matching the description of the missing drawer along the fence line between the batting cages at Bass River Sports World and Planet Fitness.

The 17 year old juvenile was processed at Yarmouth Police Department Headquarters and subsequently released back to the custody of the Department of Children and Families and is scheduled for arraignment in the Barnstable Juvenile District Court today.

Refer To Arrest: 19-384-AR
Arrest: 17 YEAR OLD JUVENILE
Address: RUN POND RD YARMOUTH, MA
Charges: FELONY BREAKING AND ENTERING FELONY
FELONY LARCENY FROM BUILDING

 


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