Yarmouth police make three separate outstanding warrant arrests this week

Outstanding warrants, revoked license charges put four behind bars
Frederick J. Brantley. YPD booking photo.

YARMOUTH - In the past few days, Yarmouth police have arrested five people on a variety of charges including outstanding warrants and motor vehicle violations.

On Tuesday night around 8:30 p.m., officers pulled over 40-year-old Frederick J. Brantley of 269 Old Townhouse Road in West Yarmouth on Station Avenue.  Brantley was placed under arrest and charged with operating with a suspended license, possession of marijuana and an outstanding warrant. He was arraigned in Barnstable District Court on Wednesday.

Early Wednesday morning at 1:11 a.m., 23-year-old John P. Mathers of 34 Highland Avenue in West Yarmouth was stopped on Route 28 and placed under arrest for operating with a revoked license.  He was arraigned in Barnstable District Court on Wednesday.

Later Wednesday morning, at 6:44 a.m., 24-year-old Louis Michael Mendoza of 38A Wedgemere Road in West Yarmouth was stopped on Station Avenue and arrested on an outstanding warrant. He too was arraigned in Barnstable District court on Wednesday.

Early Thursday morning at 2:49 a.m., officers encountered 18-year-old Tre Michael Gomes of 101 Trout Brook Road in Barnstable on Berry Avenue in West Yarmouth and placed him under arrest on two outstanding warrants. Gomes was arraigned in Barnstable District Court the same day.

(Above left to right: John P. Mathers, Louis Michael Mendoza and Tre Michael Gomes. YPD booking photos.)

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