5 charged with B&E and trespass-may have been starting meth lab


HYANNIS
– Barnstable Police report that on April 5, 2018 at approximately 5:26pm Barnstable Police were called to 77 Mitchell’s Way Hyannis after a contractor observed 6 individuals inside the abandoned home with what he believed to be two hand-guns and two rifles or shotguns.

Several patrol units responded to the address and ordered the occupants to exit. After several minutes and repeated commands, a male and female exited the dwelling and were detained. Over the course of several more minutes, three more individuals alighted from the home and were also detained. A search of the premises revealed several containers, equipment, and ingredients typically used in making methamphetamine, and what appeared to be the precursor to a meth lab. One container had a powder-like substance which was later proven to be fentanyl. Officers also discovered an automobile in the garage, which had been reported stolen out of Florida, and an air-soft shotgun, which was found inside the house.

The occupants of the home were identified as Angelina Daniel, 21, of Belleview, FL who was charged with breaking and entering in the daytime, trespassing, receiving stolen property, and furnishing false name to police officer, Thomas Windle, 31, formerly of Hyannis but currently residing in Ocala, FL who was charged with breaking and entering in the daytime, trespassing, receiving stolen property, furnishing false name to police officer ,, and possession of a Class B substance (fentanyl) , Brenda Nichols, 46, of Harwich who was charged with breaking and entering in the daytime, trespassing and possession of a Class B substance (crack cocaine, Michael Gregoire, 31, of Hyannis who was charged with breaking and entering in the daytime, and trespassing, and David Geoffrion, 35, of Brewster who was charged with breaking and entering in the daytime, and trespassing.

The investigation revealed Windle and Daniel traveled to Massachusetts in the stolen motor vehicle and broke into the abandon home to set-up a methamphetamine operation. All five subjects were placed under arrest. Nichols was also found to be in possession of crack cocaine.
Media release and mugshots furnished by Barnstable Police


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