WEST YARMOUTH – A confidential source provided the following surveillance video which allegedly shows a horrifying and maliciously violent crime being committed, one where a young father was almost struck by a vehicle in front of his four young children, ages ranging from 6 to 11-years-old.
HN dug deeper and got the name of the woman arrested for this shocking felony allegedly caught on camera. [SEE FOLLOWING VIDEO]
The following is the actual arrest report (word for word) of Patrolman Paulo M. Cruz of the Yarmouth Police Department:
“On December 15, 2018 I, Officer Cruz, was assigned to patrol on the 8am-4pm shift in a semi-marked cruiser (J21) for the Town of Yarmouth. At approximately 1007hrs. I was dispatched to 19 Fillmore Rd. for a domestic disturbance. I was advised by dispatch that the caller stated a female drove her car directly into and intentionally smashed his car, and left the area.
Upon arrival, I was greeted at the driveway by the reporting party/victim; later identified as Peter Brown. Brown stated that 5-10 minutes prior to calling the police he was on a cellular phone call with his ex-girlfriend and the mother; later identified as Brianna McCarron, of his children. Brown told me that their conversation became argumentative after Brown explained to McCarron that she would not be allowed to use his car. Brown told me that he and McCarron have 4 children together and that he has full time custody of them. The vehicle is [a] brown 1999 Cadillac Deville.
Brown told me that he was going to allow McCarron to borrow the car (Deville), only if he knew where she was going. He stated that McCarron told him on the phone that she wanted to go see her boyfriend who is currently in the hospital. Brown is aware of the situation regarding McCarron’s boyfriend. Brown grew suspicious that she would not go and see him but instead that she would go to Kingston, MA to purchase illegal narcotics. Brown feels that McCarron has a drug addiction and didn’t want her using his car to purchase illegal narcotics so he said no to her on the phone. This is [what] lead to their verbal argument only on the phone and [to] end of the phone call.
Brown then said he had arrived home with their children. Two of the children went inside the home and began playing while 2 others stayed outside in the driveway/front yard area near the car. A short time later he heard a vehicle coming down the road, once the vehicle got closer to the house he immediately recognized McCarron as the driver of a gray Explorer. Two of the four children were still in the yard/driveway area when the vehicle was McCarron was driving, drove up the front lawn, then deliberately and intentionally struck Brown’s car (Deville) on the driver’s side door. There was major damage [caused] to the front driver’s side door and the window was completely smashed of the Deville.
I looked at the vehicle and you could clearly see the damage and broken glass on the grass/ground. Also there was 2 fresh tire marks leading up from the road, onto the lawn and into the Deville, then 1 fresh tire mark track leaving in a southbound direction away from the house. The damage was consistent with [damage] done by another vehicle crash. At this point I requested for a Barnstable County Sheriff’s C.I.O. to my location. Also a check of the registry showed that Brown’s vehicle was in fact registered on 12/14/18 and registered in his name.
I then went inside the home and spoke with all four children. One child appeared to be emotional about the incident. Overall, all children appeared to be in good health, ok and non-injured after the incident. Collectively they were able to tell me that they “saw mommy drive her car into daddy’s car”. While on scene dispatch dispatched Ofc. Dickey to 54 Nauset Rd. for a 911 caller requesting assistance. The caller was Brianna McCarron. At this point Ofc. Coville stood by with Brown, while I proceeded to 54 Nauset Rd. Ofc. Coville would later provide Brown with his 209A rights, which he understood and signed.
Upon arrival, I saw the Explorer with the Tennessee registration that was given out from dispatch shortly after the incident occurred parked outside 54 Nauset Rd. On the hood of the Explorer was broken glass that appeared similar to the broken glass that was on the grass/ground at 19 Fillmore Rd. from the Deville. I went to the door of the home, entered and asked Ofc. Dickey if the YFD was en route to this location because the 911 call was regarding a person wanting an ambulance. He advised me that McCarron was all set and had refused medical attention. I asked McCarron what happened, and she told me “I’m crazy”. I asked her to explain and she just said “I’m crazy”. After several minutes of stating she was crazy McCarron began telling me what occurred. McCarron stated that the car (Deville) that Brown registered yesterday belongs to her boyfriend who is currently in the hospital in a coma. McCarron stated that she pooled every last bit of all her money together to register the car but allowed it to be registered in Brown’s name. McCarron then stated she called Brown today to use the car to go see her boyfriend in the hospital and he told her no. McCarron stated that she felt the car belongs to her boyfriend and that Brown has no say in the matter if she wants to use or not. She stated that the coversation went on for a few minutes and verbally argumentative only. She told me that they hung up after their verbal argument. McCarron then admitted to driving over in a Ford Explorer and striking brown’s car in the driveway with the front end of the Explorer. She told me she was attempting to permanently disable Brown’s car so that he would not be able to use either since she feels it doesn’t belong to him.
At the time I advised her that she was under arrest; for malicious destruction of property, and placed [in] handcuffs on her properly sized and adjusted (DL-front). The handcuffs were placed in front due to her having a hand brace on her right arm/hand. I then transported McCarron to the station.
C.I.O Mancini arrived and went to both locations (19 Fillmore Rd. and 54 Nauset Rd.) to process both scene and vehicles.
McCarron was booked, processed and afforded all applicable rights by Sgt. McEachern. McCarron was later placed in cell F2.
At approximately 1150hrs I contacted the Dept. of Children and Families and notified them of this incident and filed a 51A over the phone. A copy of this report was later faxed to the DCF office in Hyannis. Both Brown and McCarron were advised that DCF was notified of this incident.”
Ptlm. P. Cruz
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Brianna E. McCarron, age 30, of West Yarmouth, was charged with Malicious Destruction of Property + $1200… a felony which carries a penalty of up to 10 years in prison. She was arraigned this past Monday – 12/17/2018 – and released on personal recognizance after posting $300 cash bail. McCarron was also ordered to stay away from the father and his residence, with no contact directly or indirectly or through social media (Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instigram, etc…)
McCarron’s pretrial is scheduled for 1/14/2019.
According to sources, additional charges may be pending…
According to a source, the following video allegedly shows the moment where McCarron rammed into Brown’s Cadillac Deville, narrowly striking the young father in front of his children. NOTE: The person running away when the Explorer rams into the Deville is reportedly Peter Brown, the father of the young children.
* All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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