The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Department logs dated Friday, December 10, through Tuesday, December 14.

Friday, December 10

Police responded to a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of County Road and Old County Road at 5:17 PM. The driver of a white 2014 Toyota Camry came to a full stop and then entered the intersection without checking for approaching traffic. The Camry collided with a gray 2017 Subaru Forester that was going north on County Road and had the right of way. Both drivers were transported to area hospitals for evaluation. Police identified the Camry’s driver as Sean Downes, 18, from Centerville and cited him for failing to yield to oncoming traffic.

Saturday, December 11

At 4:20 PM, police made an arrest in the Liquor Barn parking lot on Main Street in Buzzards Bay. An officer responded to calls about an erratic driver and encountered the driver of a gray 2007 Ford sedan, identified as Johanna R. Justice, 56, from Buzzards Bay. Ms. Justice claimed her car had a steering problem that led to her erratic driving. Her car’s inspection sticker had a red “R” on it, meaning the vehicle was not to be driven. She showed clear signs of intoxication and failed a field sobriety test. Police arrested and charged her with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, a marked lanes violation and motor vehicle not meeting Registry of Motor Vehicle safety standards. She was later released on personal recognizance.

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At 5:05 PM, police responded to a two-car crash at the intersection of Sandwich Road and Trowbridge Road. The driver of a blue 2013 Toyota RAV4 turned off Sandwich Road onto Trowbridge and collided with the driver of a white 2014 Nissan Altima. The Nissan’s driver had the right of way with no stop sign. No one was hurt in the crash. Police identified the Toyota’s driver as Laura Ferri, 33, from Brewster and cited her for failing to yield to oncoming traffic.

Monday, December 13

Police were called to a two-car crash on MacArthur Boulevard at 3:19 PM. The driver of a white 2016 Toyota Corolla was traveling south on the highway and signaled for a right-hand turn off the highway. A 2019 Dodge pickup truck was exiting a parking lot, pulled out and collided with the Toyota. The impact caused the Toyota to roll over onto one side. The driver had to be extricated by mechanical means and taken to Falmouth Hospital for evaluation. Police identified the pickup truck’s driver as Kyle Brereton, 26, from Falmouth and cited him for failing to use care in turning.

Tuesday, December 14

At 5:49 AM, police responded to a two-car crash at the West Rotary in Buzzards Bay. The driver of a gray 2018 Toyota RAV4 was in the rotary and sideswiped by the driver of a black 2009 Ford F-350 truck that entered the rotary from Wareham. No one was hurt in the crash, but the Toyota suffered heavy damage. Police identified the truck’s driver as Patrick Tropeano, 67, from Wareham and cited him for failing to yield to rotary traffic.

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Police made an arrest at a residence on Main Street in Buzzards Bay at 3:40 PM. Officers were aware of active warrants for someone at the residence, went to the home and arrested Erica K. Logan, 40. Ms. Logan had three warrants in her name, two out of Falmouth District Court and one out of Wareham District Court. The warrants charged her with possession of a Class B drug, operating an unregistered motor vehicle and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. The $5,000 bail went unpaid, and Ms. Logan was held overnight and taken to Falmouth District Court the next morning.

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