Two Arrested After Yarmouth Police Observe Drug Transaction

Both face cocaine-related charges...
Christy Anne Hennigan, age 33, of Marstons Mills and Stephanie L. Pierre, age 46, of Dennis both face charges after police witnessed a drug transaction. (YPD booking photos)

From the Yarmouth Police Department (verbatim)

TWO ARRESTED FOR COCAINE

On Thursday, August 15, 2019, at 7:30PM, Yarmouth Police Officer Matt Mangano and Detective Scott Lundegren observed a hand to hand drug transaction at Bakers Square, which is located at the Yarmouth/Hyannis town line in West Yarmouth.

Occupants in a vehicle involved in the drug distribution parked at the Race Mart Gas station were encountered and identified. All had criminal records involving illegal drugs.
Fellow Yarmouth Police Officers arrived to assist during the investigation including Anti-Crime Unit Officer Nick Ambrosini and K9 Gauge.

Two subjects were placed under arrest and cash recovered seized as suspected proceeds of narcotic distribution.

Numerous cellphones were also seized.

Both subjects are scheduled for arraignment today in the Barnstable District Court.

Refer To Arrest: 19-690-AR
Arrest: CHRISTY ANNE HENNIGAN 
Address: WILLINGTON AVE MARSTONS MILLS, MA
Age: 33
Charges: 
POSSESS CLASS B COCAINE SUBSEQUENT OFFENSE

Refer To Arrest: 19-691-AR
Arrest: STEPHANIE L. PIERRE 
Address: S YARMOUTH RD DENNIS, MA
Age: 46
Charges: POSSESS TO DISTRIB CLASS B COCAINE

The Yarmouth Police Department continues to make significant violent crime and drug arrests and is committed to protecting our community and our citizens as we keep Yarmouth one of the safest communities in the region.

We work in partnership will all Local, County, State, and Federal Law Enforcement authorities to achieve our goals.

If you, or a loved one needs help, or you have information about drug distribution, 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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