The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Department logs dated Wednesday, November 18, through Sunday, November 22.
Wednesday, November 18
Police responded to a single-car crash at 11:05 PM at the intersection of Shipyard Lane and Shore Road. The driver of a gray 2020 Chevrolet Equinox crashed into a utility pole near Kingman Marina. The driver, who was identified as Kevin Santana Hernandez, 41, from New Bedford, was cited for speeding, a marked lanes violation and operating an unregistered motor vehicle. Police said that a medical issue might have caused the crash.
Saturday, November 21
At 10:48 AM, police were called to the Market Basket on Factory Outlet Way in Sagamore on reports of a shoplifter. When officers arrived, they encountered Guy Sinagra, 57, from New Bedford at his vehicle, a white 1995 Honda Odyssey van, in the parking lot. Store employees said Mr. Sinagra left the store with $150 worth of meat and seafood without paying. Officers said the suspect went to his vehicle, put all the items inside, then got inside and locked the doors. Officers were able to get him back outside the vehicle, and he claimed the food was not stolen and had been in the van since the previous night. Most of the food, however, was still frozen, police said. The food was returned to the store, and Mr. Sinagra will be issued a summons to Falmouth District Court on shoplifting charges.
Sunday, November 22
At 12:26 PM, police investigated a report of a car stolen from a home on Old Bridge Road. The owner told officers the black 2014 Nissan Altima was stolen overnight. The owner admitted to leaving the keys in the vehicle. The car was discovered at a resident’s home in East Falmouth. There was some damage to the car, but the keys were inside and there was nothing stolen out of it. Police found multiple liquor bottles or nips inside. Falmouth police towed the car, and the owner was advised to reach out to them to recover the vehicle. There are no suspects in the theft at this time.
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Police were called to the Market Basket in Sagamore at 12:32 PM for a reported shoplifter. Store employees reported Joao Rogerio, 47, from Hyannis left the store with a cart loaded with groceries. The items taken totaled $280. Mr. Rogerio told police he thought his girlfriend had paid for everything. He was brought back to the store, where management agreed to let him pay for the items. Police will issue Mr. Rogerio a summons to Falmouth District Court on shoplifting charges.
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At 5:24 PM, police responded to a single-car crash on Harlow Farm Road. The driver of a gray 2012 Ford Fiesta crashed head-on into a tree. The driver was identified as Nancy Jorstad, 61, from Bourne. Ms. Jorstad was evaluated by EMTs at the scene and later transported to a local hospital for treatment of minor injuries. Ms. Jorstad showed signs of intoxication including slurred speech and bloodshot, glassy eyes. There was an odor of alcohol on her breath, and she was unable to complete a field sobriety test. The car was towed, and she was mailed a citation for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.