The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Logs dated Friday, July 3 through Tuesday, July 7.

Friday, July 3

An arrest was made at 11:38 PM on the off-Cape side of Route 25. Police said an officer on patrol saw a blue 2019 Hyundai Accent stopped in the rotary at the Bourne Bridge. The officer saw front-end damage to the car, and that the car’s airbag had been deployed. The driver started to drive away over the bridge with the driver trying to move the airbag out of the way. The car was stopped on the other side of the bridge and the driver identified as Sawyer G. Fallin-Hornsberg, 27, from New Bedford. Mr. Fallin-Hornsberg said he was okay and that AAA was on the way. He had lethargic speech, bloodshot eyes, and an odor of alcohol, police said. He also believed that he was in a parking lot, police said, and not on the highway. Mr. Fallin-Hornsberg was arrested and charged with marked lanes violation, speeding, negligent operation of motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs, and operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, second offense. He was later released after paying $240 bail, police said.

Saturday, July 4

Police responded to a two-car crash at 9:24 AM at the intersection of Nightingale Pond Road and Scenic Highway. Police said the driver of a green 2006 Subaru Legacy rear-ended a blue 2017 Mazda that had slowed when traffic lights at the intersection turned yellow. The driver of the Subaru was identified as Matthew Levoux, 39, from Tiverton, Rhode Island. Police cited Mr. Levoux for following too closely.

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At 1:56 PM, police responded to a single-car crash on the southbound side of MacArthur Boulevard, near Convention Data Services. Police said the driver of a brown 2005 Accura drifted off the road and hit a fire hydrant. The driver, identified as Ryan Bedford, 31, from Falmouth, said he had looked back to retrieve a fallen toy that a child in the rear seat was playing with. No one was hurt, but the car had to be towed from the scene, police said. There was some minor damage to the hydrant, but no water leaked from it. Mr. Bedford was cited for a marked lanes violation, police said.

Monday, July 6

At 7:54 AM, police were called to a two-car crash at the intersection of MacArthur Boulevard and Waterhouse Road. Police said the driver of a red 2018 Honda Odyssey, identified as James Murray, 77, from Pocasset, was going north on the highway and took the exit for Waterhouse Road. Mr. Murray crossed the highway and collided with the driver of a black 2015 Dodge Charger, police said. Both vehicles were towed, and the driver of the Charger was taken to a local hospital, police said. Mr. Murray was cited for failing to stop at a stop sign, police said.

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A three-vehicle crash happened on the Sagamore Bridge at 4:19 PM. Police said the driver of a green 2015 Subaru Forester attempted to pass a Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority bus. The driver of the Forester, identified as Pamela Mulveyhill, 63, from Forestdale, moved from the right lane to the left, but did not see a brown 2012 Infiniti in the passing lane, police said. The two vehicles collided, which caused the Forester to also collide with the bus, police said. No one was hurt, but the Forester and the Infiniti had to be towed from the scene, police said, while the bus left under its own power. Ms. Mulveyhill was cited for an unsafe lane change, police said.

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A motor vehicle stop was conducted at 9:19 PM on the Route 6 & 28 Bypass Road in Buzzards Bay. Police said the car, a red 2007 Honda Civic, had illegal bright blue headlights installed. The car’s license plate lights were also not illuminated, police said. The driver of the car was identified as Miguel Sued, 26, from Centerville. A check with the Registry of Motor Vehicles showed that Mr. Sued’s driver’s license was under suspension. The RMV also indicated that he had been charged four other times for operating with a suspended license, police said. He was issued criminal citations for installation of after market headlights, defective license plate lights, and operation of a motor vehicle after license suspension, police said.

Tuesday, July 7

Police and fire responded to a trailer fire on Williston Road at 11:33 PM. Police said that when officers arrived, the trailer was fully engulfed in flames. Bourne firefighters were able to extinguish the fire, police said. The registered owner of the trailer, police said, lives further out on the Cape. Police said the registered owner claimed to have sold the trailer several years ago, but he could not identify who he sold it to. An investigation is underway by the state fire marshal’s office, police said.

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