Yarmouth Police Department

  • Agency: Yarmouth Police Department
  • Address: 340 Higgins Crowell Rd, West Yarmouth, 02673 MA
  • Chief: Peter Carnes (Chief of Police)
Phone: (508) 775-0445
Fax: (508) 862-2721

Yarmouth Police Department is located at 340 Higgins Crowell Rd, West Yarmouth, 02673 MA. The Chief of Police of the department is Peter Carnes. The Yarmouth Police Department phone number is (508) 775-0445.

Yarmouth Police Department News

VETERANS DAY WEEKEND 2018! Today, we salute the service of all Veterans. And, we keep in our thoughts and prayers the fallen, the missing, and those who are currently serving and fighting in harm’s way. We also remember that honoring those who have served isn’t just about what we say here today. For many veterans, protecting our great nation’s way of life was important enough to endure long separations from their families, miss the births of their children, freeze in sub-zero temperatures, bake in deserts, lose limbs, and, far too often, lose their lives. Those who defend us from our enemies must be supported. Whether their service was in Baghdad or Bagram, we need to serve veterans as well as they serve us. While our debt to these heroes can never be repaid, our gratitude and respect must last forever. Fewer than 10 percent of Americans can claim the title “Veteran.” Less than 1 percent of our population is currently defending our freedoms. Veterans have given us freedom, security and the greatest nation on earth. We must remember them. We must appreciate them. All deserve our thanks and respect. Today and every day, reflect with pride on the service and accomplishments of our veterans. If you meet a veteran, please be certain to thank them for all they have done for all of us -- for our communities, our military, and our nation. Employers know it is smart business to hire veterans because of the skills, leadership, and discipline they bring to the work place. Members of the Yarmouth Police Department who have or are still serving our Nation: Sergeant Richard Fichter – United States Army School Resource Officer Nicholas Pasquarosa – United States Army Detective David Schneeweis- United States Navy Patrol Officer Gordon Gibbons – United States Army Patrol Officer Nicholas Giammarco – United States Air Force Patrol Officer Jeffrey Rivett – United States Coast Guard Patrol Officer Matthew Mangano – United States Army Reserve Officer Richard White—United States Army Patrol Officer Andrew Coville – United States Marine Corps Patrol Officer Eric Rondina-United States Army Patrol Officer Ryan Golden-United States Army Police Emergency 911 Dispatcher Stephen Peterson – United States Marine Corps Police Emergency 911 Dispatcher Ariana Rogers – United States Marine Corps HAPPY VETERANS DAY WEEKEND! NEVER FORGET…

FREE BREAKFAST FOR ALL VETERANS TODAY UNTIL 10AM! Clancy's on the water in Dennis is hosting a Free breakfast for ALL veterans and their families from now until 10AM. THANK YOU VETERANS! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

THANK YOU VETERANS! The YPD was honored to participate in this morning's Town of Yarmouth Veterans Day Ceremony. We give Special Thanks to all of our Veterans and those who continue to serve as members of the YPD. We also extend our gratitude to Flower Angels USA located right here in South Yarmouth for boating and giving these beautiful flower arrangements to Gold Star Families and over 300 Veterans this past week at Nursing Homes and Hospice Facilities all over Cape Cod. HAPPY VETERANS DAY! NEVER FORGET! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

*** UPDATE: CAPTURED!!! *** Wanted subject, Gina L. Giovangelo, has been arrested and is in custody. This afternoon, the Webster Police Department Massachusetts responded for a report of a suspicious female going through a purse. WPD responded, located and encountered the female, later determined to be Giovangelo. Giovangelo, once again, gave a false name. The Webster Police Officer recognized her as a wanted subject and her true identity was determined. She was placed under arrest and is being held without bail. Excellent job Webster Police Department!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY US MARINES! From their debut in 1775 when the Second Continental Congress passed a resolution creating “two Battalions of Marines be raised,” to the mountains of Afghanistan, the United States Marine Corps has earned the world’s respect as an elite and powerful fighting unit wherever put into combat. Today, Saturday, November 10, 2018 marks the Marine Corps’ 243rd birthday -- please join the men and women of the Yarmouth Police Department in wishing the Corps a Happy Birthday. If you know a Marine…please contact him or her and wish them a Happy 243rd Birthday and thank them for their service and sacrifice. Marine Corps Hymn From the Halls of Montezuma, To the Shores of Tripoli; We fight our country's battles In the air, on land, and sea; First to fight for right and freedom And to keep our honor clean; We are proud to claim the title Of UNITED STATES MARINES. Our flag's unfurled to every breeze, From dawn to setting sun; We have fought in every clime and place Where we could take a gun; In the snow of far off northern lands And in sunny tropic scenes; You will find us always on the job -- The UNITED STATES MARINES. Here's health to you and to our Corps Which we are proud to serve; In many a strife we've fought for life And never lost our nerve; If the Army and the Navy Ever look on Heaven's scenes; They will find the streets are guarded By UNITED STATES MARINES. SEMPER FIDELIS!

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YPD EXTENDS OUR PRAYERS 🇺🇸💙

THANK YOU YARMOUTH POLICE FOUNDATION! YPD THANK YOU THURSDAY thanks the Yarmouth Police Foundation for everything they do for the men and women of the Yarmouth Police Department and the citizens and guests of the town of Yarmouth. Since its inception only a few years ago, the Yarmouth Police Foundation has purchased and donated the following items to be used on duty by Yarmouth Police Officers and Police Dogs: High Visibility Rain Jackets $14,000 Fully Heated and Cooled Police K9 Kennel $30,000 Fully Trained K9 Satu $3,000 K9 Camera $32,000 Search and Rescue Drone $8,000 MILO Use of Force System $62,000 The Yarmouth Police Foundation is currently raising funds for ‘Operation Stronger Shield’ which will build a $1.2 million dollar Training Complex on the grounds of Yarmouth Police Department Headquarters in memory of Sergeant Sean M. Gannon. For additional information about the Yarmouth Police Foundation, or to join, or make a donation, please visit www.yarmouthpolicefoundation.org THANK YOU YARMOUTH POLICE FOUNDATION!

FLAGS ORDERED TO HALF-STAFF Presidential Proclamation Honoring the Victims of the Tragedy in Thousand Oaks, California As a mark of solemn respect for the victims of the terrible act of violence perpetrated in Thousand Oaks, California, on November 7, 2018, by the authority vested in me as President of the United States by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, I hereby order that the flag of the United States shall be flown at half-staff at the White House and upon all public buildings and grounds, at all military posts and naval stations, and on all naval vessels of the Federal Government in the District of Columbia and throughout the United States and its Territories and possessions until sunset, November 10, 2018. I also direct that the flag shall be flown at half-staff for the same length of time at all United States embassies, legations, consular offices, and other facilities abroad, including all military facilities and naval vessels and stations. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this eighth day of November, in the year of our Lord two thousand eighteen, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and forty-third. DONALD J. TRUMP

ACTIVE KILLER This bulletin created by the Yarmouth Police Department from information derived from the United States Department of Homeland Security, describes what to do if you find yourself in an Active Killer event, how to recognize signs of potential violence around you, and what to expect after an active shooting takes place. Remember during an Active Killer Attack to RUN. HIDE. FIGHT. Be Informed •Sign up for an Active Killer training. •If you see something, say something to an authority right away. •Sign up to receive local emergency alerts and register your work and personal contact information with any work sponsored alert system. •Be aware of your environment and any possible dangers. Make a Plan •Make a plan with your family, and ensure everyone knows what they would do, if confronted with an Active Killer. •Look for the two nearest exits anywhere you go, and have an escape path in mind & identify places you could hide. •Understand the plans for individuals with disabilities or other access and functional needs. During RUN and escape, if possible. •Getting away from the Killer or Killers is the top priority. •Leave your belongings behind and get away. •Help others escape, if possible, but evacuate regardless of whether others agree to follow. •Warn and prevent individuals from entering an area where the Active Killer may be. •Call 911 when you are safe, and describe Killer, location, and weapons. HIDE, if escape is not possible. •Get out of the Killer’s view and stay very quiet. •Silence all electronic devices and make sure they won’t vibrate. •Lock and block doors, close blinds, and turn off lights. •Don’t hide in groups- spread out along walls or hide separately to make it more difficult for the Killer. •Try to communicate with police silently. Use text message or social media to tag your location, or put a sign in a window. •Stay in place until law enforcement gives you the all clear. •Your hiding place should be out of the Killer's view and provide protection if shots are fired in your direction. FIGHT as an absolute last resort. •Commit to your actions and act as aggressively as possible against the Killer. •Recruit others to ambush the Killer with makeshift weapons like chairs, fire extinguishers, scissors, books, etc. •Be prepared to cause severe or lethal injury to the Killer. •Throw items and improvise weapons to distract and disarm the shooter. After •Keep hands visible and empty. •Know that law enforcement’s first task is to end the incident, and they may have to pass injured along the way. •Officers may be armed with rifles, shotguns, and/or handguns and may use pepper spray or tear gas to control the situation. •Officers will shout commands and may push individuals to the ground for their safety. •Follow law enforcement instructions and evacuate in the direction they come from, unless otherwise instructed. •Take care of yourself first, and then you may be able to help the wounded before first responders arrive. •If the injured are in immediate danger, help get them to safety. •While you wait for first responder to arrive, provide first aid. Apply direct pressure to wounded areas and use tourniquets if you have been trained to do so. •Turn wounded people onto their sides if they are unconscious and keep them warm. •Consider seeking professional help for you and your family to cope with the long-term effects of the trauma. In addition, here is the link to an important Run Hide Fight training video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4IJA5Zpzz4 This bulletin was created by Deputy Chief Steven G. Xiarhos of the Yarmouth Police Department. Please join us for our upcoming Active Killer training class at Yarmouth Police Department Headquarters on Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 6PM. There is no cost for the training and it is open to everyone. For additional information, please visit us on Yarmouth Police department Facebook or email Deputy Chief Xiarhos at sxiarhos@yarmouth.ma.us RUN HIDE FIGHT AND STAY SAFE!!!

YARMOUTH POLICE SEEK ACADEMY CERTIFIED OFFICERS The Yarmouth Police Department will be hiring outstanding individuals to join our Award Winning Department and serve and protect our community. Applicants MUST have a Full-Time Massachusetts Municipal Police Training Committee Academy Certificate and ONE of the following: • 2 Years Fulltime Police Experience • 60 College Credits • Active Duty Military • Veteran with Honorable Discharge A competitive application process will be used. If you meet or exceed the above qualifications and you want to earn a chance join us, please contact Lieutenant Michael A. Bryant at mbryant@yarmouth.ma.us The deadline for registration is Friday November, 30, 2018 at 4PM. The Town of Yarmouth is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

BAIL In Massachusetts, 85% of people arrested by police are released on bail from the police station by a Civilian Bail Commissioner with the promise they will appear in court. Please click here and take a look at how bail works...and sometimes doesn't work in our state.

VETERANS DAY AT DY! The Town of Yarmouth is celebrating the diversity among our nation’s bravest men and women for Veterans Day this year on Thursday, November 8, 2018 at 9AM. Display unity on Veteran’s Day as the event brings together members of the New Horizon Band alongside the D-Y Regional High School Concert Band to perform various patriotic themed favorites with several very important guest speakers to enlighten your day. The Intergenerational Veterans Musical Review is set for Thursday, November 8 from 9:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. No RSVP is required. Parking is provided behind the D-Y Regional High School located at 210 Station Ave in South Yarmouth. The event is sponsored by the Age-Friendly Yarmouth Community Team. All are welcome!

WANTED WEDNESDAY MATTHEW VINCENT JULIAN (PLEASE SHARE) MATTHEW VINCENT JULIAN is wanted on several outstanding warrants for violent crimes by the Yarmouth Police Department. JULIAN is a convicted violent Felon and has a wide ranging criminal record with 41 prior criminal charges on his adult record in Massachusetts. On Friday, November 2, 2018 at 10:30PM, JULIAN attacked a pregnant woman known to him at a home on Long Pond Drive in South Yarmouth. Yarmouth Police Officers responded and assisted the victim. The suspect had fled and could not be located. The Yarmouth Police Department obtained an Arrest Warrant and a Protective Order, contacted the Middleboro Police Department where Julian is well known, and continued to search for the suspect. On Saturday, November 3, 2018 at 9PM, the Yarmouth Police Department tracked down and located the suspect hiding in a basement at a home on Webbers Path in West Yarmouth. The suspect was taken in to custody and held at Yarmouth Police Department Headquarters. With his long and violent record and the new charge of attacking a pregnant woman, the Civilian Bail Commissioner set the bail at $540. The suspect paid the bail and was released promising to be in the Barnstable District Court for his arraignment on Monday morning. The suspect did not show up for court and has since contacted the victim and violated the Protective Order. MATTHEW VINCENT JULIAN 21 Spruce Street Middleboro White Male Age 30 5’11 200 Pounds Hazel Eyes Brown Hair Tattoo on left hip "JULIAN" Tattoo on left shoulder “ONLY GOD CAN JUDGE ME" Tattoo on back 2 HEARTS May be driving a green 2003 GMC Sierra pick up truck with Massachusetts Commercial Registration S21150 WARRANTS Assault and Battery on a Pregnant Woman Violation of a Protection Order Citizens with information are urged to use caution and immediately contact the Yarmouth Police Department at 508.775.0445 extension 0 or Yarmouth Police Detective Division Sergeant Kal Boghdan at 508.775.0445 extension 2134 or email us at info@yarmouthpolice.com

Members of the Yarmouth RotaryClub and the Yarmouth Police Foundation painting walls in the newly renovated training rooms. Thank you very much for the continued support and dedication to make our officers and the community safer.

Special delivery for the food drive!! Instead of receiving gifts for his birthday this young man asked his friends to bring food items he could donate. He was able to collect and donate several bags of food which will be used to stock the shelves at the Yarmouth Food Pantry.

Stuff a cruiser food drive from 9 to 1 at all of the supermarkets. Please stop by and help the Yarmouth PD, Yarmouth Rotary, Y-D Cert and Yarmouth Food Pantry stock the shelves for the holiday season.

*Secret Santa for Seniors – 2018* The Yarmouth Police Department is organizing its 8th Annual Secret Santa for Seniors event. This project has been successful with the participation and help of community residents and businesses. We are grateful for all the donations we have received in years past and we hope to make this year extraordinary! We know, it’s only the start of November, however we want to make sure that all the deserving seniors can receive a gift bag. Last year we delivered over 100 bags! The Holiday Season is a joyous time of year for many people, but it can be a lonely time for our senior citizens who may not have family or friends to celebrate with. Please help the Yarmouth Police Department provide some holiday cheer by donating a gift item. Your generous donation will help put a smile on our seniors' faces when they are surprised with a gift bag this holiday season. Donated gifts can be dropped off at any time in the lobby of the Yarmouth Police Department at 340 Higgins Crowell Rd. in West Yarmouth. All of the gifts will be hand delivered to a Yarmouth Senior Citizen in need. Suggested Items: • Socks • Slippers • Hats • Scarves • Gloves • Sweaters • Blanket • Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics & Bruins items • Chocolates • Tea • Coffee • Jams • Crackers • Hard Candy • Candy Canes • Magnifying Glasses • Dish Towels • Lip Balm • Hand Lotion • Cough Drops • Colored Pencils and Sharpeners • Playing Cards • Small Stuffed Animals • Large Print Books and Magazines

Thank You Governor Charles Baker, LG Karyn Polito and the entire Cape Cod Legislative Delegation for the grant award to the Yarmouth Police Department! The announcement letter is posted below. You have all done an immense amount of work to address public safety deficiencies over the past six months. Let’s keep it going, there is much more to do November 1, 2018 Chief Frank Frederickson Yarmouth Police Department One Brad Erickson Way West Yarmouth, MA 02664 Dear Chief Frederickson: Congratulations! We are pleased to inform you that the Yarmouth Police Department has been awarded $20,000 for the Governor’s “Local Law Enforcement Equipment and Technology” grant opportunity from the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program offered by the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security, Office of Grants and Research (OGR). Additional correspondence, including all the necessary documents required to make this award official will be forthcoming from OGR. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact Kevin Stanton at kevin.stanton@mass.gov . Once again, congratulations on your award and we look forward to working with you and your community on this important public safety initiative. Sincerely, Governor Charles D. Baker Lieutenant Governor Karyn E. Polito

NO-SHAVE NOVEMBER! PLEASE HELP US SUPPORT OUR VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES

NO-SHAVE NOVEMBER TO HELP OUR VETS! Starting at midnight, the YPD will be adjusting our rules and regulations and allow all personnel to forgo shaving for the month of November…AKA No-Shave November! Each employee who chooses to participate will donate $100 in support of Operation Home Base Veteran and Family Care which is a Boston Red Sox Foundation Massachusetts General Hospital program that supports Veterans and Families suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress and Traumatic Brain Injury Over 1,200 police officers from across Massachusetts contributed $120,000 last year and were allowed to grow a beard during the month of November in support of this community awareness initiative for Veteran mental health and brain injury. Our participation in this campaign is saving lives and connecting Veterans to care - to include many Massachusetts Police Officers. Thank you Operation Home Base and we will see you all at Fenway Park for the Group Shave Off in late November!

CAPITAL BUDGET COMMITTEE ANNUAL MEETING Thank you to the Town of Yarmouth Capital Budget Committee for meeting with the YPD Command Staff at Yarmouth Police Department Headquarters on Monday afternoon to review our requests for new equipment for our Police Officers in Fiscal Year 2020. The request process will continue forward with the next step in the process. Thank you YPD Facebook Nation for all of your ongoing support. The below listed items are designed to provide our Police Officers and our Citizens the equipment and training needed to keep us safer: • Police Department Vehicles • Bike Path Security Cameras • Patrol Rifles and Shotguns • Radio System Upgrades • Body Armor Systems • Cruiser Camera Systems • Automated License Plate Reader • Body Cameras • Police Class A Dress Uniforms • Simunitions Training Handguns • Firearms Indoor Shooting Unit • Technology Upgrades

“ Wanted Wednesday “ If you see her ...run! Happy Halloween from YPD.

A LIFETIME OF SERVICE The YPD and Massachusetts State Police will be present today at the funeral services of United States Marine Corps veteran, Massachusetts State Police Commanding Officer, and longtime devoted Yarmouth resident John A. McEachern is laid to rest. Semper Fidelis and Rest in Peace SIR!