Traffic Violation in Yarmouth Leads to Crack Distribution Arrest

Subject is well-known to local law enforcement...
Sean D. Goddard, age 48, of Hyannis, was arrested by Yarmouth Police for possession to distribute crack cocaine, subsequent offense and operating a vehicle after suspension. (YPD booking photo)

From the Yarmouth Police Department:

Incident Synopsis

On Monday, October 14, 2019, at 11PM, Yarmouth Police Department Proactive Anti-Crime Unit Officer Matt Mangano stopped a gray 2012 Ford Expedition MA Reg 1AEN67 on Route 28 in West Yarmouth for a motor vehicle violation.

The driver of the vehicle--who is well known to Law Enforcement—was found to have a suspended driver’s license and placed under arrest.

Yarmouth Police Detective Scott Lundegren and fellow Yarmouth Police Officers arrived.

Two knotted sandwich baggies and one untied corner cut bag, all containing cocaine were located inside the vehicle.
One of the knotted sandwich bags contained numerous amounts of smaller knotted bags filled with crack cocaine.

The driver was transported to Yarmouth Police Department Headquarters and is scheduled for arraignment today in the Barnstable District Court.

Refer To Arrest: 19-919-AR
Arrest: SEAN D. GODDARD
Address: ARBOR WAY HYANNIS, MA
Age: 48
Charges:
POSSESS TO DISTRIBUTE CLASS B CRACK COCAINE, SUBSEQUENT OFFENSE
OPERATING A MV WITH LICENSE SUSPENDED

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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