Yarmouth Police Arrest Two Wanted Men Following Traffic Stop

White box truck with expired tags and no sticker drew officer's attention...
Kyle McBride of South Yarmouth and Jonathan Bridge of Ballston Spa, NY were both arrested on warrants when Yarmouth Police stopped them for motor vehicle violations. (YPD booking photos)

From the Yarmouth Police Department:

VEHICLE STOPS LEADS TO ARRESTS ON MULTIPLE WARRANTS
On Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at 2PM, Yarmouth Police Department Patrol Officer Connor Burnham observed a white box truck traveling north on Higgins Crowell Road with an expired registration and no safety inspection sticker.

The vehicle was stopped and the operator and passenger were placed under arrest on multiple outstanding warrants with assistance from Patrol Officers Ryan Murphy and Christopher Marino

Both men were transported to Yarmouth Police Department Headquarters processed and then transported to Barnstable District Court.

As part of our Strategic Community Policing Plan, the Yarmouth Police Department conducts over 5,000 Motor Vehicle Stops a year.

Refer To Arrest: 19-533-AR
Arrest: KYLE MCBRIDE 
Address: MAYFLOWER LN YARMOUTH, MA
Age: 25
Charges: 
Straight - Ch. 272/53 - Disorderly Conduct

Refer To Arrest: 19-534-AR
Arrest: JONATHAN A. BRIDGE 
Address: WINEBERRY LN BALLSTON SPA, NY
Age: 29
Charges: 
Straight - Ch. 138/34 - Deliver Alcohol to Minor and Ch. 90/24I - Open Container of Alcohol
Straight - Ch. 90/23 - Operating a MV with Suspended License and Ch. 90/10 - Unlicensed 
Straight - Ch. 266/25 - Larceny from Person and Ch. 265/13A – Assault and Battery
Default – Ch. 94C - Drug Possession Class B with Intent, Conspiracy to Violate Drug Laws, Possession Class A with Intent, and Possession Class A Heroin
Default - Ch. 266/127 - Malicious Destruction of Property


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