Bourne Police Logs July 14 - 20, 2014

Monday, July 14, 2014

At 9:10 AM, police were notified that a woman at a residence on Post Office Lane was having seizures.

When police responded, a man at the residence reported that the woman, who was his daughter, had just shot up with heroin.

The woman remained awake and responsive. Bourne paramedics transported her to Falmouth Hospital for treatment.

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Police said they pursued a car from the Scenic Highway over the Sagamore Bridge onto the Mid-Cape Highway before getting its driver to stop.

At about 9:19 AM, Patrolman Nicole J. Bevilacqua was traveling east on the Scenic Highway when she ran a random query on a black 2002 Saab traveling in front of her. The query revealed the owner of the vehicle had a suspended license.

Patrolman Bevilacqua activated her lights and siren to conduct a motor vehicle stop. But, police said, she saw the driver look at her in his side view mirror and continue traveling.

The Saab swerved around another vehicle and proceeded over the Sagamore Bridge with Patrolman Bevilacqua in pursuit. The Saab pulled over a short distance past Exit 1.

Police said that the driver, Robert S. Diaz, 52, homeless, told Patrolman Bevilacqua that he did not stop because he did not have a license and was scared.

Patrolman Bevilacqua placed Mr. Diaz under arrest. Police charged him with operating with a suspended license, unsafe lane change, failure to stop for police and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.

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Erratic driving led to the arrest of a Sagamore man.

About 11:11 PM, police said, they observed a brown 2008 Toyota Tundra pickup truck travel to the end of Adams Street next to the Mid-Cape Highway, turn around in a driveway, drive back down Adams Street, and turn onto Cranberry Highway without stopping at a stop sign.

The truck then turned onto Vermont Street, where police stopped the vehicle. They said the driver showed signs of intoxication and proceeded to fail sobriety tests.

Police arrested Peter D. Lastih, 27, of Commonwealth Avenue. They charged him with operating under the influence of liquor, operating a vehicle with a suspended license, a stop sign violation and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.

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Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Around 2:19 AM, police were northbound on Route 25 heading off Cape when they said they observed a black 2001 Lexus straddling lane lines.

The police said they stopped the Lexus and learned that the driver’s license had been suspended.

Police arrested Kaamuell B. Ramos, 23, of Pawtucket, Rhode Island, and charged him with violating marked lanes and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.

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At 6:54 AM, a Pleasant Street resident notified police that his 2004 brown Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck had gone missing overnight.

The resident told police that he had left the keys to the truck in its center console. He said it was parked in his driveway the previous evening, but was gone as of 6:30 that morning.

Police subsequently located the truck, which had not been damaged, about two miles away at Keith Field off Sandwich Road.

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At 12:49 PM, police responded to a report between a man and a woman on Cohasset Avenue.

When police arrived, the woman still was in the vicinity, but the man had fled. Police subsequently found him at a service station on Main Street.

The police said their investigation showed that the woman, Marquise L. Gomes, 24, of Onset, had attempted to buy narcotics from the man, Alberto A. Velasquez Jr., 24, of Wallace Avenue, as she had in the past.

According to the investigation, police said, Mr. Velasquez accepted money from Ms. Gomes but did not provide her with narcotics, instead throwing a stone at her.

Police arrested both of them.

They charged Mr. Velasquez with possession of a Class A drug (heroin) with intent to distribute, possession of a Class B drug (cocaine) with intent to distribute, assault and battery, armed robbery, assault with a dangerous weapon and conspiring to violate drug laws.

They charged Ms. Gomes with possession of a Class A drug (heroin) with intent to distribute, possession of a Class B drug (cocaine) with intent to distribute, and conspiring to violate drug laws.

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At 3:56 PM, a Great Pines Drive resident notified police that the glove compartment in her vehicle had been opened, and a global positioning system device had been taken.

Police are investigating.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

At 2:46 PM, a caller notified police that she had left her wallet at the Market Basket supermarket on Factory Outlet Way, and that the wallet had gone missing.

Police said the surveillance tape showed the woman leaving the wallet on a counter. An older woman proceeds to go to the counter, take the wallet, and leave.

The police are investigating.

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At 7:08 PM, police said, they observed a blue 2005 Volkswagen Jetta traveling on Sandwich Road with its right tail light out.

Following a motor vehicle stop, police arrested the driver, Craig J. Anderson, 21, of Diandy Road. They charged him with a lights violation, violating mark lanes and operating a vehicle with a suspended license.

Thursday, July 17, 2014

At 2:09 AM, police ran a random query on a blue 1999 Toyota Camry driving along Sandwich Road. The query revealed that the license plate belonged to another vehicle.

The police stopped the vehicle and arrested its driver, William C. Barendse, 35, of Harwich.

They charged him with operating a motor vehicle with a license that had been revoked for being a habitual traffic offender, and operating an unregistered motor vehicle. Police also took him into custody on a warrant for operating with a suspended license.

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At 11:37 AM, a Shaker Road resident called police to report that his house had been broken into.

Police responded to find that a door had been kicked in, and that all the dresser drawers in the house had been opened and gone through. Multiple items had been taken.

The police are investigating.

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Police said suspicious movements led to an arrest of a Falmouth man for possession of cocaine.

At 2:13 PM, police said, they stopped a red 2001 Mercedes-Benz on MacArthur Boulevard which was traveling 70 miles per hour in a 50-miles-per-hour zone.

During the stop, police said, they observed a passenger in the vehicle making suspicious movements.

Concerned that the passenger might have a weapon, police proceeded to frisk him. They said they found a bulge in his clothing with a package underneath that contained a white powder that turned out to be cocaine.

The police charged the passenger, Anthony J. Gilmette, 26, with possession of a Class B drug, cocaine.

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A domestic incident on Williston Avenue led to the arrest of a Plymouth man.

Police who responded to the scene said that they learned from the alleged victim, a woman, that she had gotten into a verbal argument with her mother and grandmother.

The woman said her father proceeded to strike her.

At 5:11 PM, the father walked into the Bourne police station, where he was placed under arrest.

Police charged Brett M. Rougeau with assault and battery (domestic abuse).

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Police arrested a Chester Avenue man for allegedly hitting his daughter.

At 9:13 PM, police responded to a reported domestic incident on Chester Avenue. According to their investigation, a man had entered into an argument with his wife and daughter, and had proceeded to strike the daughter on the side of her face.

The police charged the man, John S. Chuckran, 63, with assault and battery (domestic abuse).

Friday, July 18, 2014

At 7:40 PM, a Williams Avenue resident reported that a kayak in the backyard of the residence had disappeared overnight.

Police are investigating.

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About 10:24 PM, police traveling east on the Scenic Highway observed a string of traffic traveling about 30 miles per hour in a 50-miles-per-hour zone.

The police observed the traffic was trailing a blue 2003 Honda Civic, which also was moving between marked lanes.

Police said they stopped the vehicle, which contained a strong odor of alcohol. They said the driver proceeded to fail sobriety tests.

The police arrested the driver, Nicholas A. Cook, 30, of Plymouth. They charged him with operating under the influence of liquor, second offense, violating marked lanes, and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.

Saturday, July 19, 2014

At 4:26 PM, a woman from Bourne Scenic Park on the Scenic Highway walked into the police station to report the theft of an awning from her camper.

The woman told police that the theft had followed by a day or two an argument with a tradesman who had installed the awning, and who she had not paid for the work.

Police are investigating.

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At 6:52 PM on Plymouth Lane, police said, they stopped the same blue 2003 Honda Civic that had been involved in the motor vehicle stop on the Scenic Highway the preceding evening. A different driver was operating the Honda.

Police charged the driver, David A. Freeland, 21, of Plymouth with operating with a suspended license.

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At 8:15 PM, police assisted paramedics with an unresponsive man at a Williston Road residence.

Prior to the arrival of paramedics and police, the man, who was breathing but unconscious, had been placed in a tub of cold water in an unsuccessful attempt to wake him up.

The police and the paramedics workers learned that the man had ingested drugs. Rescue workers treated him with Narcan, a medication used to counteract opiate overdoses, and he somewhat revived, they said.

Bourne paramedics proceeded to transport him to Tobey Hospital for treatment.

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At 9:31 PM, Falmouth police notified Bourne police that a passenger in a northbound vehicle on MacArthur Boulevard near the Otis Rotary was suffering from an overdose.

Falmouth paramedics responded and transported the individual for treatment.

Sunday, July 20, 2014

About 2:53 AM, police were parked at the entrance of the state police barracks near the base of the Bourne Bridge when they observed a black 2006 Dodge Ram pickup truck being driven erratically.

The police said the truck narrowly missed the traffic island at the intersection of Trowbridge Road, and proceeded onto Veterans Road, narrowly missing another island. Police proceeded to stop the truck at the intersection of Sandwich and Cotuit roads.

The driver, Jason Lowe, 40, of Wareham, was placed under arrest. Police charged Mr. Lowe with operating under the influence of liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, failing to stop or yield, and violating marked lanes. 

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Early Sunday morning, a man told police, he was asleep in his bed in his Bourne residence when he was awakened by his former wife, who was standing over him.

The man said she proceeded to shower him with profanities and pummel him with her fists. Then she left.

At 9:39 AM, the man walked into the Bourne police station to report the incident. Wareham police found the woman and transferred her to the Bourne police.

The police charged Bernadette M. Higgins, 55, of West Wareham with assault and battery (domestic abuse).

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