Monday, June 30
A woman found herself facing several charges following a destructive episode at a Morning Mist Lane residence.
At 8:38 AM, a man called police to report that his former girlfriend had called him to say she was at his apartment and was smashing his television and windows.
The man went to his apartment, where he observed that a hole had been smashed in a door window. He then notified police.
Police responded to find the smashed window and a brick inside on the floor. A nearby tenant further told police that he had seen the woman throw the brick through the window.
The police found the former girlfriend, Melissa S. Baxter, 29, of Regency Drive, in the vicinity of the apartment.
They charged her with malicious destruction of property over $250, attempting to commit a crime (breaking and entering in the daytime for felony), and threatening to commit a crime (murder).
Police said the last charge stems from her booking at the police station. Given an opportunity to make a telephone call, and directed not to call anyone connected with the case, the woman, according to police, proceeded to call her former boyfriend and threaten to kill him.
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At 10:29 AM, police responded to a report of a possible overdose at a Rock Street residence. A woman at the residence was unconscious and not breathing properly.
By the time that police arrived, other emergency workers had revived the woman. An investigation found that the woman had ingested several crushed pills.
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A Haverhill man was transported to Falmouth Hospital for treatment after he crashed his gray 2010 Toyota Matrix into a light pole in the parking lot of Falmouth Toyota Scion on MacArthur Boulevard.
David Cox, 42, was not cited in the accident, which was reported at 5:31 PM.
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A bicyclist on Deacons Lane reportedly was knocked to the ground by a car shortly before 10:24 PM as he was approaching the intersection of Old Plymouth Road.
The 38-year-old man, whom police declined to identify, said a vehicle turning left onto Old Plymouth Road cut him off, forcing him to the ground. The man was unable to provide a plate number or an exact description of the vehicle.
The man was transported for treatment to Beth Israel Deaconness Hospital in Plymouth.
Thursday, July 3
A Sagamore Beach woman was cited for following too closely after a two-car crash at the intersection of Scenic Highway and Meetinghouse Lane.
At 3:24 PM, police responded to the report of a collision at the intersection. Their investigation found that Sharon McElroy, 57, who was driving a white 2008 Mercury, was following a 2009 Hyundai Santa Fe driven by Linda Frascarella, 49, of Maryland that was operating on Scenic Highway.
When Ms. Frascarella stopped her car, Ms. McElroy’s vehicle collided with its rear, pushing both across the intersection.
Ms. Frascarellla was transported for hospital treatment. Police cited Ms. McElroy for following too closely.
Friday, July 4
A woman who allegedly punched her boyfriend was arrested at his Studio Drive residence by police.
At 4:08 AM, the boyfriend called police to report that he had just been assaulted.
Police responded. Following an investigation, they arrested the girlfriend, Shannon E. Jones, 37, of Wareham and charged her with assault and battery (domestic abuse).
Saturday, July 5
Shortly before 4:18 AM, a man on Deep Water Way awakened to find his vehicle fully engulfed in flames.
Bourne Fire arrived to extinguish the blaze.
Both the Bourne fire and police departments are investigating the blaze, which ensued when the car was not running.
Sunday, July 6
At 2:44 PM, a two-car crash was reported on the western end of Main Street near Eastwind Lobster.
Police investigated. They said that Dan Griffiths, 49, of Franklin was heading east on Main Street in a blue 2007 Toyota Corolla when his vehicle was struck from behind by a gray 2003 Nissan Maxima operated by Richard Dusseault, 19, of Bourne.
The police cited Mr. Dusseault for following too closely.
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At 5:35 PM, an officer was patrolling Standish Road when he observed a woman walking rapidly, carrying cut flowers.
The officer determined that the woman had taken flowers and hydrangeas. She was scheduled to be summoned into Falmouth District Court on charges including malicious destruction of property.
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A Gardner man who came to the police station at the invitation of the police was arrested.
At 7:02 PM, Eric Kercado, 32, came to the station after police got in touch with him and said they needed to speak with him.
When Mr. Kercado arrived, police arrested him on a warrant for indecent assault and battery.
During the booking process, a Class E drug was found on Mr. Kercado for which he did not have a subscription, so police charged him with illegal possession of a Class E substance as well.
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At 8:57 PM, a caller reported a drug overdose at a Standish Road property. The caller told Bourne Rescue that the man in question had been making suicidal threats all day.
Bourne paramedics arrived and treated the man with Narcan, which revived him. Police observed heroin paraphernalia in the vicinity of the victim.
Monday, July 7
At 2:34 PM, a Williams Avenue resident notified police that he had found branches cut from a tree in his yard and cuttings from his garden sitting on his front porch.
The branches and plants apparently had been cut overnight. Police are investigating.
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A New Jersey man who failed to yield at a rotary was arrested by police.
The police said Gentry Barnard, 36, was driving a gray 2004 Nissan Altima on Sandwich Road about 4:14 AM when he failed to yield to oncoming traffic—in this case, a Bourne police cruiser—when he entered the Bourne South rotary on the southern side of the Bourne Bridge.
Police said Mr. Barnard proceeded to stop in the middle of the rotary before proceeding to the International House of Pancakes parking lot, where police executed a motor vehicle stop.
The police proceeded to charge Mr. Barnard with operating under the influence of alcohol, failure to yield, failure to wear a seat belt, and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. When police said they observed him using a global positioning system (GPS) device as he drove his Nissan into the parking lot, they charged him with unsafe operation as well.