Yarmouth Police Arrest Man for 2nd OUI, Resisting Arrest

Even after being tased, subject spit at officers and was verbally abusive...
Patrick T. Leary, age 29, of Dennis was arrested by Yarmouth Police for OUI 2nd offense and a host of other charges. (YPD booking photo)

From the Yarmouth Police Department (verbatim):

MAN ARRESTED FOR OUI AND RESISTING ARREST

On Monday, August 20, 2018 at approximately 1:02AM, the Yarmouth Police Department received a call for help from the employees of Oliver’s restaurant located at 960 Route 6A in Yarmouthport asking for assistance with an intoxicated man who was trying to leave and drive home.

Yarmouth Police Department Patrol Officers Ryan Golden and Ryan Murphy were dispatched and prior to arrival were advised that employees had tried to stop the subject from driving and offered him a safe ride home but he resisted, became violent, and drove away.

The employees provided a description of the subject and his license plate.

Officer Golden, Murphy, Gordon Gibbons and fellow midnight shift Patrol Officers found the vehicle and the operator a short distance away on South Yarmouth Road.

The subject refused to exit his vehicle and was physically and verbally combative.

The subject was determined to be intoxicated and placed him under arrest for OUI.

A team of Police Officers, assisted by the use of a Taser, were able to bring him under control.

The subject spit at and continued to be verbally abusive and swearing at the Police Officers the entire ride to YPD Headquarters.

The subjects gray Honda Accord was towed and impounded.

Subject booked at YPD Headquarters and held.

Subject transported to the Barnstable District Court this morning Monday, August 20, 2018 for arraignment.

Refer To Arrest: 18-735-AR
Arrest: PATRICK T. LEARY 
Address: SOUTH YARMOUTH RD DENNIS, MA
Age: 29
Charges: 
OUI LIQUOR, 2ND OFFENSE
NEGLIGENT OPERATION OF MOTOR VEHICLE
DISORDERLY CONDUCT
RESISTING ARREST
POSSESS OPEN CONTAINER OF ALCOHOL IN MV


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