The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Logs dated Wednesday, August 28 through Wednesday, September 4.
Wednesday, August 28, 2019
At 12:58 PM, police made an arrest at the Ocean State Job Lot on Main Street in Buzzards Bay. Police said that employees reported seeing a customer stealing items. When staff confronted her, she left the store and went to her car in the parking lot, police said. Officers located her in her car, and found a number of items that she had not paid for. The items, which included some clothing, totaled $128.92, police said. The woman was identified as Madeline J. O’Toole, 31, from Marstons Mills. Ms. O’Toole was arrested and charged with shoplifting. She was taken directly to Falmouth District Court for arraignment following booking, police said.
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An arrest was made on Main Street at 8:31 PM. Police said that an officer conducting traffic enforcement saw a white 2002 Ford Econovan drift over the white fog line in the road. The vehicle was stopped and the driver was identified as Benvindo G. Fonseca, 52, from Framingham. Mr. Fonseca was unable to produce a driver’s license and a check with the state Registry of Motor Vehicles confirmed that his license was revoked. He was arrested and charged with marked lanes violation, and operating a motor vehicle with license revoked as habitual traffic offender. He was later released on personal recognizance, police said.
Thursday, August 29, 2019
Police made an arrest at 12:51 AM at the Bourne Bridge. Police said an officer going north on MacArthur Boulevard saw a blue 2006 Saab speeding near the approach to the rotary. The driver was clocked going 51 in a 40 miles an hour zone, police said. The car was stopped at the base of the Bourne Bridge on the off-Cape side, police said. The driver identified as Lynn M. Nash, 51, from Holbrook. Police said the RMV confirmed that Ms. Nash’s driver license was under suspension. Also, her car was not insured and the car’s registration was suspended, police said. She was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, subsequent offense; operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration; and uninsured motor vehicle, police said. Bail was set at $200, and Ms. Nash was released after payment, police said.
Friday, August 30, 2019
At 3:06 PM, an arrest was made on Main Street in Buzzards Bay. Police said an officer monitoring traffic did a random query of a gray 2007 Mazda. The RMV indicated that the car’s registration was expired and the driver, identified as John Martin, Jr., 58, from New Bedford, had two warrants in his name out of New Bedford District Court. One warrant dated back to 2014, police said, and charged Mr. Martin with breaking into a depository. The other charged him with a false insurance claim. The officer also noticed several beer and nip bottles, but Mr. Martin showed no sign of impairment, police said. He was arrested on the warrant charges and also charged with operating an unregistered motor vehicle, and possession of an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle. Bail was set at $2,400 and went unpaid. Mr. Martin was taken to the Barnstable County Correction Facility to await arraignment in Falmouth District Court on Tuesday, following the Labor Day holiday weekend, police said.
Saturday, August 31, 2019
Police responded to a two-car crash on Sandwich Road at 3:21 PM. Police said that a red 2006 Ford Escape and a blue 2015 Toyota Pruis were both going east toward Sagamore. The driver of Prius slowed for traffic and was rear-ended by the driver of the Ford, police said. The driver of the Ford was identified as Amy McConnell, 22, from Somerville. Ms. McConnell was cited for following too closely, police said. The driver of the Prius was taken to a local hospital for treatment of injuries sustained in the crash, police said.
Sunday, September 1, 2019
An arrest was made on the Route 6 & 28 Bypass Road in Buzzards Bay at 1:46 AM. Police said that an officer going towards Wareham on the bypass road ran a check with the RMV of a gray 2004 Toyota Camry. The check came back that the car was uninspected. The car was stopped on Center Avenue, off St. Margaret’s Street. A passenger in the car was determined to be the owner, and was identified as Tiffany M. Woodward, 38, from Bourne. Ms. Woodward was seen by the officer attempting to conceal something in the car. A search of the car uncovered a sandwich baggie containing crack cocaine, police said. When the officer attempted to arrest Ms. Woodward, she ran off, police said. She tripped and fell to the ground, where officers restrained her, police said. She was arrested and charged with possession of a Class B drug, and resisting arrest. She was later released on personal recognizance, police said.
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At 10:38 AM, an arrest took place on State Road in Sagamore Beach. Police said an officer going towards Buzzards Bay saw a gray 2016 Ford Fusion heading toward Sagamore Beach. The officer recognized a passenger inside the Fusion as Alexander H.T. Cuddy, 26, from Milford. The officer knew of warrants issued against Mr. Cuddy. The warrants were out of Plymouth District Court and charged him with operating a motor vehicle after his license had been suspended. The car was stopped and Mr. Cuddy arrested on the warrant charges. He was taken to the Barnstable County Correctional Facility to await arraignment on Tuesday, police said.
Wednesday, September 4, 2019
Police made an arrest on Route 25 West, off-Cape, at 6:28 AM. Police said an officer going north on MacArthur Boulevard saw a white 1998 Chevrolet Blazer cross over the white fog line in the road. The officer followed the vehicle over the bridge and stopped it on Route 25, police said. The driver was identified as Julie E. Lumbert, 47, from Falmouth. A check with the RMV confirmed that Ms. Lumbert had a warrant out of Falmouth District Court, charging her with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor. She was arrested on the warrant and also charged with marked lanes violation, police said. She was taken directly to Falmouth District Court that morning for arraignment, police said.