Traffic Stop Leads to Cocaine Bust by Yarmouth Police

Motor vehicle violation drew officer's attention...
Taylor Patrick Griffin, age 27, of South Yarmouth was arrested by Yarmouth Police for possession of cocaine following a traffic stop. (YPD booking photo)

From the Yarmouth Police Department:

VEHICLE STOP LEADS TO COCAINE ARREST

On Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 5:20PM, Yarmouth Police Department Patrol Officer Ryan Murphy stopped a gray 2013 Dodge Charger on Route 28 in West Yarmouth for a motor vehicle violation. 
Patrol Officer Murphy subsequently located cocaine in the possession of the driver and he was placed under arrest. 
The vehicle was towed by Mid Cape Collision. 

Suspect was booked at Yarmouth Police Department Headquarters and is scheduled for arraignment today in the Barnstable District Court. 

Refer To Arrest: 19-389-AR
Arrest: TAYLOR PATRICK GRIFFIN 
Address: NAUTICAL LN SOUTH YARMOUTH, MA
Age: 27
Charges: POSSESS CLASS B COCAINE

The Yarmouth Police Department continues to make 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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