The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Logs dated Wednesday, June 24, through Tuesday, June 30.
Wednesday, June 24
Police responded at 7:53 PM to a two-car crash at the intersection of Route 28A and Lake Drive Extension, off the Otis Rotary. Police said the driver of a gray 2020 Toyota Corolla turned left from Lake Drive Extension onto Route 28A and cut in front of a black 2018 Audi that was on Lake Drive Extension headed to the rotary. The driver of the Corolla was identified as Caroline Campbell, 20, from Westford. Ms. Campbell was taken to a local hospital for treatment of minor injuries, police said. She was cited for failing to yield at an intersection, police said.
Thursday, June 25
At 4:50 PM, police were called to a two-car crash at the East Rotary in Buzzards Bay. Police said that the driver of a white 2014 Freightliner tractor trailer was entering the rotary from Scenic Highway and came too close to a red 2014 Subaru Legacy. The two vehicles collided, and the Subaru had to be towed from the scene. The driver of the Freightliner was identified as David Furtado, 59, from Fall River. Mr. Furtado was cited for following too closely, police said.
Friday, June 26
An arrest was made on Old Plymouth Road at 9:53 PM. Police said that officers had been dispatched to 45 Old Plymouth Road at 9:20 PM on reports of someone causing a disturbance. Officers located Jason D. Heap on his porch playing his radio loudly. Mr. Heap was told to turn down the volume, which he did. Half an hour later, officers were called back to the area where they found Mr. Heap in the middle of the road, shouting obscenities at neighbors. Officers told him to stop yelling, but he refused. He was eventually arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, police said. He was later released on personal recognizance, police said.
Saturday, June 27
At 12:49 AM, police made an arrest at the East Rotary in Buzzards Bay. Police said the driver of a blue 2011 Volkswagen Jetta turned into the rotary from Head of the Bay Road without stopping for a stop sign. The driver, identified as Courtney M. Aldrich, 31, from Mashpee, almost collided with the officers who eventually stopped her, police said. Ms. Aldrich told the officers that she left her driver’s license at home, but a check with the Registry of Motor Vehicles showed her license was under suspension. The registry also indicated she had a warrant out of Falmouth District Court for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. She was arrested and charged with the warrant charge, failing to stop or yield and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. She was later released on personal recognizance, police said.
Sunday, June 28
At 8:48 PM, police responded to a single-car crash on Head of the Bay Road in Buzzards Bay. Police said the driver of a black 2015 Mazda crashed into a mailbox in front of a residence. The driver, identified as Matthew Donovan, 28, from Wareham, was still in the driver’s seat but unresponsive, police said. The car was still in drive, police said, and only at a standstill because of the mailbox. Officers broke a rear passenger window to gain access to car and put it in park. Mr. Donovan was eventually woken up and appeared dazed and confused, police said. Officers located a cooler containing alcohol inside the car, and Mr. Donovan had an odor of alcohol on his breath, police said. He complained of minor injuries and was taken to a local hospital for treatment. Police said he was charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, possession of an open container of liquor in a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.
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An arrest was made inside Bourne Scenic Park at 9:50 PM. Police said that officers were sent to the park on reports of someone causing a disturbance. When officers arrived, they located the suspect, identified as Michael J. McGrath, 36, from Plymouth, standing in the woods and screaming. Officers said that as they approached, it appeared that Mr. McGrath had a weapon in one hand. He began walking toward the officers in an aggressive manner, as if he wanted to fight them, police said. Mr. McGrath suddenly threw the object in his hand into the woods, and officers struggled to subdue him. They were finally able to handcuff Mr. McGrath, police said, and the item he threw away was determined to be a vape pen. He was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Police said he was later released on personal recognizance.
Monday, June 29
A traffic stop led to a drug arrest on Scenic Highway at 3:17 AM. Police said officers at the East Rotary saw a gray 2020 Jeep Cherokee pull out of the Mobil gas station parking lot and drive erratically toward Scenic Highway. Officers saw the vehicle cross over the white fog line several times. The car was stopped, and the driver was identified as Kelly J. McGanty, 39, from Plymouth. Ms. McGanty was unable to provide the registration for the vehicle or her driver’s license, police said. Officers noticed she had slurred speech and glassy eyes, and she had trouble focusing while speaking. Two uncapped syringes were found inside the vehicle, police said. She failed a field sobriety test and was arrested. Police said that during a search, a package containing Adderall and Xanax was found hidden in her bra. She was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs, possession of a Class B drug (Adderall), possession of a Class C drug (Xanax), failure to stop, marked lanes violation and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. She was later released on personal recognizance, police said.
Tuesday, June 30
At 3:01 AM, police went to a single-car crash in the East Rotary in Buzzards Bay. Police said the driver of a blue 2013 Chevrolet Cruz came off the ramp from Route 25 too quickly and crashed into the swamp inside the rotary. Officers found the car on the driver’s side, with the driver still inside. The driver, identified as David Menard, 56, from Plymouth, had to be removed by Bourne firefighters using mechanical devices, police said. Officers indicated that Mr. Menard showed signs of intoxication. He was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle to endanger, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor (second offense), operating a motor vehicle after suspension of license for operating under the influence of liquor, operating a motor vehicle to endanger and marked lanes violation. He was taken to a local hospital for treatment of injuries from the crash, police said.