Barnstable Police - Motor Vehicle Stop Leads to Two Arrests

Charges include A&B on a cop, resisting arrest and more...
Kaitlyn M. Foye, 26, of West Barnstable and Lester J. Foye, 49, of Hyannis (BPD booking photos)

From the Barnstable Police Department:

At 3:00 pm on September 23, 2019, Officer Matthew Lounsbury stopped a blue 2012 Chevrolet Traverse at the intersection of Rte. 28 & Buckwood Dr. Hyannis, for a civil motor vehicle infraction.

The operator was identified as 49-year-old Lester J. Foye of Hyannis who became argumentative with Officer Lounsbury at the onset of the stop.

A short-time later Officer Christopher Kelsey joined Lounsbury at the scene. Within minutes, a second vehicle, driven by a family member of Foye, arrived at the stop and began to interfere with police procedures.

The second individual was identified as 26-year-old Kaitlyn M. Foye of West Barnstable.

Both Lester and Kaitlyn Foye refused to comply with the officers directions and created an unsafe and volatile situation.

The motor vehicle stop concluded with the arrests of Lester Foye and Kaitlyn Foye who were transported to the Barnstable Police Station.

Lester Foye was booked on charges of Assault & Battery on a Police Officer, Disorderly Conduct, Resisting Arrest, and Impeded Operation of a Motor Vehicle.

Kaitlyn Foye was booked on charges of Assault & Battery on a Police Officer, Disorderly Conduct, and Resisting Arrest.

Both were held at the Barnstable Police Station pending bail and/or an appearance in Barnstable District Court on Tuesday, September 24, 2019.


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