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Police in Massachusetts break up meth lab in abandoned home

On April 5, 2018 at approximately 5:26pm police were called after a contractor observed 6 individuals inside an abandoned home with what was believed to be two hand-guns and two rifles or shotguns.

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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 21-year-old Angelina Daniel of Belleview, FL, 31-year-old Thomas Windle formerly of Hyannis but currently residing in Ocala, FL, 46-year-old Brenda Nichols of Harwich, 31-year-old Michael Gregoire of Hyannis, and 35-year-old David Geoffrion of Brewster.

The investigation revealed Windle and Daniel travelled 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.
All subjects were charged as follows:

Angelina Daniel:
• Receiving Stolen Property
• Breaking and Entering in the Daytime
• Furnishing False Name to Police
• Trespassing

Thomas Windle:
• Receiving Stolen Property
• Breaking and Entering in the Daytime
• Possession Class B Fentanyl
• Furnishing False Name to Police
• Trespassing

Brenda Nichols:
• Breaking and Entering in the Daytime
• Possession Class B Crack Cocaine
• Trespassing

Michael Gregoire
• Breaking and Entering in the Daytime
• Trespassing

David Geoffrion
• Breaking and Entering in the Daytime
• Trespassing

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