The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Logs dated Wednesday, June 3, through Monday, June 8.
Wednesday, June 3
Police were called to a single-vehicle crash at 10:38 AM on Main Street in Buzzards Bay. Police said the driver of a blue 2008 Ford Ranger pickup truck was driving in the direction of the East Rotary when he lost control of his vehicle. The driver, identified as John Duff, 58, from Buzzards Bay, told police he dropped a cigarette inside the truck and bent down to pick it up. He lost control and went off the road in the direction of Bourne’s Pond, police said. The truck had to be towed, and Mr. Duff was taken to an area hospital with minor injuries, police said. A passenger did not require transport. Mr. Duff was cited for operating a motor vehicle to endanger and a marked lanes violation, police said.
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At 10:27 PM, police responded to a call from a resident of Squanto Road in Sagamore about a possible car crash. Police said the homeowner heard a loud scraping sound and saw someone stuffing a car bumper in the rear trunk of a white 2009 Honda Accord. The driver of the Honda left behind the car’s license plate. Officers ran the plate number through the Registry of Motor Vehicles and identified the driver as Antonio C. Semedo Gray, 30, from Quincy. Officers canvassed the area and came upon the car and Mr. Semedo Gray on Andrews Road. The car had gone off the road and was resting on top of a rock, police said. Mr. Semedo Gray told police he had been to the hospital earlier and given some medication, but told not to drive after taking it. Police said he was charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and speed greater than reasonable. He was taken to the hospital for treatment of minor injuries, police said.
Saturday, June 6
At 12:46 PM, police responded to a call about an erratic driver on Lincoln Avenue in Buzzards Bay. The vehicle was described as a brown 2006 Mercury Grand Marquis. Officers located the car in the Electric Avenue beach parking lot, and spoke with the driver. The driver was not impaired, police said. He was advised of the complaint police received about his driving, police said.
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A call was made to police at 7:07 PM about someone walking down Circuit Avenue carrying what looked like a firearm. Officers arrived and spoke with the party who was returning home canoeing to and from Bassett’s Island, police said. Police said the person was carrying an air-soft rifle back home.
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A resident of Regency Drive in South Sagamore called police at 9:03 PM to complain of bright flood lights on a neighbor’s garden shed. The bright lights were shining into the caller’s bedroom, police said. An officer spoke with the shed owner, who said he placed the flood lights on the shed in an attempt to prevent rodents from coming onto the property.
Sunday, June 7
At 7 PM, police received a call from a resident of Bayberry Road in Buzzards Bay complaining that a neighbor was having a party at which fireworks were being set off. Officers were sent to the home and spoke with the homeowner who said the only fireworks were sparklers that had been lit. The homeowner was advised by the officers of the neighbor’s complaint, police said.
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At 8:11 PM, police said that officers came upon a disabled vehicle on Shore Road in the area of the Lobster Trap restaurant. Police said the car had run out of gas. When officers ran a check of the driver’s identity, it was determined that she was not licensed to drive, police said. The driver was identified as Kristen Levesque, 35, from Dover, New Hampshire. Ms. Levesque was cited for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, police said.
Monday, June 8
At 7:31 AM, an officer on patrol stopped the driver of a blue 2015 Nissan Rogue for speeding on the Route 6 & 28 Bypass Road. Police said the officer clocked the driver as going 80 in a 40 miles an hour zone. The driver was issued a citation for speeding, police said.