YPD: Driver Arrested 16th Time for Operating After Suspension

Passenger arrested for crack...
Reggie E Winbush (age 49, homeless) and Casey A. Maher (age 45, Hyannis) were arrested by Yarmouth Police at midnight on Tuesday. (YPD booking photos)

From the Yarmouth Police Department (verbatim):

DRIVER ARRESTED 16TH TIME FOR OPERATING AFTER SUSPENSION AND PASSENGER FOR CRACK

Incident Synopsis
On Tuesday, October 8, 2019 at midnight, Yarmouth Police Department Patrol Officer Erik Journet stopped a 2020 Toyota on Willow Street in West Yarmouth for speeding.

During the stop, the driver was placed under arrest for operating with a suspended license for the 16th time in Massachusetts.

Back up Patrol Officer Mike Cheung arrived and the passenger was also placed under arrest for the possession of three small bags of crack cocaine.

Both arrested subjects were transported to Yarmouth Police Department Headquarters and are scheduled for arraignment today in the Barnstable District Court.

Refer To Arrest: 19-899-AR
Arrest: REGGIE E. WINBUSH
Address: HOMELESS
Age: 49
Charges: OP MV WITHLICENSE SUSPENDED, SUBSEQUENT OFFENSE
SPEEDING RATE OF SPEED EXCEEDING POSTED LIMIT

Refer To Arrest: 19-900-AR
Arrest: CASEY A. MAHER
Address: FALMOUTH RD HYANNIS, MA
Age: 45
Charges: POSSESS CLASS B COCAINE

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