The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Logs dated Friday, June 4, through Tuesday, June 8.
Friday, June 4
At 1:51 AM, police issued several citations to a driver on Scenic Highway. An officer monitoring traffic clocked the driver of a black 2008 BMW as going 65 in a 50-miles-an-hour zone. The car was going in the direction of Sagamore and stopped near the ramp for the Sagamore Bridge. The driver identified as Steven Martins, 27, from South Yarmouth. Mr. Martins was issued citations for speeding, defective headlight and uninspected motor vehicle.
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Police responded to a two-car crash at the Otis Rotary at 7:26 AM. The driver of a gray 2008 Toyota RAV4 slowed to enter the rotary and was rear-ended by the driver of a white 2015 Subaru Legacy. Police identified the driver of the Subaru as Angel Medina, 25, from New Bedford. Mr. Medina was issued a citation for failure to use care in stopping. No one was hurt in the crash.
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Two citations were issued during a traffic stop at 6:45 PM near the East Rotary. An officer on patrol saw a red 2011 Hyundai Santa Fe cross over the solid white fog line on Scenic Highway several times. The SUV was headed west toward Buzzards Bay, and the officer stopped the car on Bourne Bridge Approach. The driver was identified as Dennis Sullivan, 66, from Norwell. The officer also determined that Mr. Sullivan’s driver’s license was under suspension. Mr. Sullivan was issued citations for operating a motor vehicle after license suspension and for a marked lanes violation.
Monday, June 7
Police made an arrest on Heather Hill Road at 5:14 PM. Officers were dispatched on reports of a car that had crashed into a tree. When officers arrived, they found the car in the tree. A search of the neighborhood led them to the owner of the car, identified as Travis J. Pittsley, 21, from Buzzards Bay. Mr. Pittsley was found on the back deck of a neighbor’s house. He admitted to doing donuts in the road in his black 1998 Ford Mustang, and he eventually crashed his car into the tree. Mr. Pittsley told the officers he was drunk and upset over an incident with his girlfriend. The officers found a number of empty nip bottles of alcohol inside the car. Mr. Pittsley was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, reckless operation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation, possession of open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle and leaving the scene of a property damage accident. He was later released on personal recognizance.
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At 10:28 PM, police responded to a report of a car that crashed into a bench in the front yard of a residence on Scraggy Neck Road. Officers located the vehicle, a black 2021 Toyota RAV4 further along Scraggy Neck Road. Police spoke with the driver, identified as Brianna M. Chelkonas, 25, from Franklin. Ms. Chelkonas showed obvious signs of intoxication and failed to pass a field sobriety test. She was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, leaving the scene of property damage and marked lanes violation. She was later released on personal recognizance.
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Police made an arrest at the Mobil gas station in the East Rotary at 11:30 PM. Police were alerted by an off-duty Wareham police officer of a wrong-way driver going south in the northbound lane on Route 3. The off-duty officer followed the car off Route 3 to Scenic Highway and into the East Rotary. Bourne police arrived at the gas station and spoke with the driver, identified as Garry L. Paul, 44, from Jamaica. Mr. Paul was intoxicated and failed a field sobriety test. He was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and wrong-way operation of a motor vehicle. He was later released on personal recognizance.
Tuesday, June 8
At 11:31 AM, police made an arrest on Puritan Road in Buzzards Bay. A homeowner spotted the suspect attempt to break into the homeowner’s car and then the garage. The suspect was caught on the home’s Ring camera, police said. At some point, the suspect had his shorts down around his ankles and yelled something at a passing car. The suspect, identified as Christopher W. Joy, 37, from Dorchester, walked away from the scene. Officers caught up with him down the road and confirmed that he was the one who attempted the break-ins. He was arrested and charged with attempting to commit a crime, breaking and entering daytime felony; attempt to commit crime, breaking and entering a motor vehicle; and open and gross lewdness. He was later released on personal recognizance.