The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Logs dated Friday, November 13, through Tuesday, November 17.

Friday, November 13

At 3:07 PM, police responded to a two-car crash on Main Street. The driver of a gray 2013 Honda Accord attempted to turn left and collided with a red 2018 Kia Soul headed toward Wareham. The driver of the Accord was identified as Elizabeth Haviland, 33, from Providence, Rhode Island. The driver of the Kia was taken to a local hospital for evaluation. Both vehicles were towed, and Ms. Haviland was issued a citation for an improper turn.

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Police made an arrest at 11:28 PM on Route 25, off the Cape. An officer on patrol saw a black 2017 Chevrolet Silverado on Sandwich Road headed toward the Bourne Bridge. The vehicle drove through the median, hit a pole, spun sidewise in the rotary and went up over the bridge. The officer caught up with and stopped the Silverado on the off-Cape side of the bridge. Police identified the driver as Fay S. Verkade, 37, from Duxbury. Ms. Verkade exhibited signs of intoxication and had a strong odor of alcohol while speaking. She failed to pass a field sobriety test operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor (second offense), negligent operation of a motor vehicle, leaving the scene of property damage and a marked lanes violation. She was later released on personal recognizance.

Saturday, November 14

At 2:23 AM, police made an arrest on Head of the Bay Road in Buzzards Bay. Officers were sent to the Bourne Bridge Mobil gas station on reports of someone asleep at the gas pumps. Officers arrived and found a man asleep at the wheel of a white 2016 Nissan Altima. A store clerk said the man had been there for several hours. Police identified the man as Randall S. Martin III, 31, from New Bedford. Officers found a half-full bottle of beer and a large bottle of cognac in the car. Mr. Martin showed signs of intoxication and failed to pass a field sobriety test. He was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor and possession of an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle. He was later released on personal recognizance.

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An arrest was made at 9:39 AM in the boat trailer parking lot of Electric Avenue Beach in Buzzards Bay. Police were alerted to someone being slumped over the wheel of a green 2013 Toyota Camry. Officers arrived at the scene and woke the driver, who was identified as Ashley P. Lewandowski, 25, from Bourne. Officers found drug paraphernalia inside the car, including a crack pipe, weigh scale, baggies containing pills and corner-cut baggies. Roadside assessments were done, and officers determined that Ms. Lewandowski was under the influence of narcotics. She was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs, possession to distribute a Class B drug and possession to distribute a Class E drug. She was later released on personal recognizance.

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Police were called at 3:27 PM to a two-car crash on Head of the Bay Road by the East Rotary. The driver of a black 2014 Ford Focus exited the Mobil gas station and sideswiped a gray 2005 Toyota 4Runner that was on Head of the Bay Road. A passenger in the Toyota was taken to a local hospital for evaluation. Police identified the driver of the Ford as Duong Nguyen, 29, from Quincy. Mr. Nguyen was issued a citation for failing to yield to oncoming traffic.

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A two-car crash brought police to the West Rotary at 6:01 PM. The driver of a gray Nissan Altima attempted to enter the rotary and failed to yield for black 2014 Toyota Tundra already in the rotary. The driver of the Altima was identified as Dorothea Jackson, 63, from Onset. Ms. Jackson and a passenger were both transported to a local hospital for evaluation. The people in the Toyota declined treatment at the scene. Ms. Jackson was issued a citation for failing to yield to rotary traffic.

Sunday, November 15

At 1:22 AM, police made an arrest on Waterhouse Road. An officer on patrol spotted a brown 2016 Hyundai Accent that was uninspected. The car was stopped and the driver identified as Edward Roszak, 41, from Wareham. A check with the Registry of Motor Vehicles determined Mr. Roszak’s driver’s license was expired and nonrenewable. A passenger in the vehicle was identified as Tyler J. Donohue, 30, from Bourne. The RMV indicated Ms. Donohue had an active warrant out of Taunton District Court for trafficking methamphetamine. She was arrested on the warrant charge, and during booking at the police station, she removed methamphetamine she had hidden in her underclothes. In addition to the warrant, Ms. Donohue was charged with possession of a Class B drug. She was released on personal recognizance, and Mr. Roszak was issued citations for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and operation of an uninspected motor vehicle. The Hyundai was towed from the scene.

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A drunk driving arrest was made at 1:23 AM on MacArthur Boulevard. An officer on patrol spotted a blue 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee going north on the highway and speeding. The vehicle was clocked at 90 in a 50-miles-an-hour zone. The officer pursued the Jeep and saw it cross onto the white fog line before coming to a stop. Police identified the driver as Ryan D. O’Rourke, 34, from Dorchester. Mr. O’Rourke had glassy eyes and slurred speech. His breath had a strong odor of alcohol, and he failed to pass a field sobriety test, police said. He was arrested and charged with speeding, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and a marked lanes violation. He was later released on personal recognizance.

Tuesday, November 17

At 5 PM, police went to the scene of a two-car crash at the intersection of County Road and Clay Pond Road. The driver of a white 2013 Toyota Camry on Clay Pond Road pulled out in front of a red 2017 Toyota RAV4 going south toward Falmouth on County Road. The driver of the RAV4 was taken to a local hospital for evaluation. The driver of the Camry was identified as Brady Fitzpatrick, 18, from Bourne. Mr. Fitzpatrick was issued a citation for failing to yield at an intersection.

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