YPD, BPD, county and federal agents arrest alleged fentanyl trafficker


Jimmy Lee Perry

HYANNIS – Yarmouth Police report that Monday, a No Knock search warrant was obtained from First District Court of Barnstable, authorizing the search of 125 Lewis Road, Hyannis, Massachusetts.

The search warrant authorized officers to search for Heroin, a Class A controlled substance and evidence related to the distribution of Heroin.

The search warrant also authorized the search of Jimmy Lee Perry, any and all present, and in the nighttime.

The search warrant was obtained based on probable cause developed during the investigation into the distribution of Heroin by Jimmy Lee Perry.

On Tuesday at approximately 6:00 PM, led by Yarmouth Police Department Detective Michael Wells; Yarmouth Police Detectives and Proactive Anti-Crime Unit Officers, United States Department of Justice Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives Special Agents, Barnstable Police Department Detectives, and Barnstable County Sheriff’s Deputies executed the search warrant.

Found on Perry:

  • A roll of US currency that totaled $3,163.00
  • Six individual bags of white powder (later tested and positively identified as Fentanyl) with a combined weight of 19.3 grams

Found in the home:

  • Plastic jar containing plastic baggies with the corners ripped off.
  • Magic bullet with a white powdery residue on the inside
  • Two digital scales and a box of sandwich baggies.
  • Wireless security system.
  • Two round green pills with the marking TEVA/833, later identified as Clonazepam and a box of sandwich baggies

Following the execution of the search warrant, all Police Officers cleared the scene.

All seized items were secured pending processing as evidence.

Subsequent to the execution of the search warrant, Perry was transported to Yarmouth Police Department Headquarters where he was booked and processed. Perry was charged with trafficking in fentanyl (10 grams or more) and possession of a Class C substance.

Perry—a convicted felon with 71 priors in Massachusetts—was held overnight on $15,040 cash bail and transported to the Barnstable District Court Wednesday morning for arraignment.
Media release and photos furnished by Yarmouth Police