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Sex Offender Arrested Again

Filed in NEWS HEADLINES, Police by on January 16, 2018 0 Comments • views: 1083

A man that the Yarmouth Police Department arrested in August 2017 for sexual crimes involving ‘upskirting’ has been arrested again and is in custody.

Working diligently and painstakingly since the original arrest of 50 year old David Anthony Wong, the Yarmouth Police Department Detective Division obtained several search warrants and seized multiple computers and other electronic devices.

The ongoing investigation revealed numerous other incidents of upskirting and other secret recordings in several other communities including Falmouth and in Rhode Island apparently tied in to Wong’s work as a self-employed cleaner cleaning at various homes and businesses all over southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Yarmouth Police Detectives and Proactive Anti-Crime Unit Officers working closely with Falmouth Police Detectives obtained an arrest warrant.

On Friday, January 5, 2018, Wong – who was out on bail pending trial from previous charges–was tracked down and arrested again by members of the Massachusetts State Police Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section in New Bedford.

The suspect was transported to Yarmouth Police Department Headquarters and he refused to cooperate and speak to Police Officers.

The suspect was subsequently transferred to the Falmouth District Court and arraigned on the new sex crime charges in Falmouth District Court.

Wong is currently in custody in the Barnstable County Correctional Facility in Bourne on $10,000 cash bail.

The case remains active and ongoing and additional charges are expected.

The Yarmouth Police Department again commends Yarmouth Police Department lead investigator Detective Eric Nuss, Proactive Anti-Crime Unit Officer Christopher Van Ness, Trooper Mike Turgeon of the MSP VFAS Team, New Bedford PD, and the Falmouth Police Department who worked diligently and tirelessly together in making this subsequent and important public safety arrest.

If you believe you may be a victim of Mr. Wong, please contact Yarmouth Police Department lead investigator Eric H. Nuss immediately at



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