The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Department logs dated Thursday, March 11, through Wednesday, March 17.

Thursday, March 11

Police made two arrests at 5:24 PM on Main Street in Buzzards Bay. Police said that officers on patrol spotted a blue 2015 Toyota Corolla in the area of Ryan Family Amusements. The officers recognized the driver as David R. Thompson III, 37, from Wareham, and knew that Mr. Thompson had two active warrants out of Falmouth District Court, both charging him with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. The officers approached the vehicle, and Mr. Thompson exited to surrender himself, police said. A passenger in the vehicle was identified as Brian R. Haskell, 30. Mr. Haskell also had a warrant out of Falmouth District Court, charging him with destruction of property. Both men were arrested, and during booking, police found a small amount of cocaine on Mr. Thompson. He was additionally charged with possession of a Class B drug, police said. Mr. Thompson was released on $100 cash bail, and Mr. Haskell was released on personal recognizance, police said.

Friday, March 12

At 6:55 PM, officers were sent to the area of Murray and McDonald Insurance on MacArthur Boulevard for reports of a single-vehicle crash. Officer said the driver of a black 2020 Chevrolet Tahoe had left the business’s parking lot and driven straight across the highway, crashing into a sign in the median strip. The vehicle was blocking traffic in the passing lane, police said. The officers identified the driver as Priscila Abreu-Beoliveira, 28, from Worcester. Ms. Abreu-Beoliveira had a strong odor of alcohol, with slurred speech and glassy eyes that were half shut, police said. She failed to pass a field sobriety test, police said. A Gatorade bottle was located inside the vehicle, and Ms. Abreu-Beoliveira said it had been filled with watermelon vodka that she drank on her drive to Falmouth. Two infant children were located in the backseat of the vehicle, and she told the officers she was 8 months pregnant. She was evaluated at the scene and it was recommended that she be taken to a local hospital for treatment. Police said she will be summoned to court for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor. The children were placed in the custody of another individual, police said.

Saturday, March 13

Police made a drunk-driving arrest at 1:00 AM on the off-Cape side of Route 25. Police said officers saw a black 2014 Chevrolet Sonic turn right out of Nightingale Pond Road onto Scenic Highway, and cross over the white fog line. The officers followed the car onto Route 25 West, where the operator continued to drive erratically. The car was eventually stopped, and the driver identified as Jacquelyn I. Moses, 33, from Sagamore. Officers detected a strong odor of alcohol coming from inside the vehicle, and Ms. Moses showed obvious signs of impairment, police said. She failed a field sobriety test and was arrested for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, and marked lanes violation. She was later released on personal recognizance, police said.

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At 3:43 AM, police made two arrests at the Bourne Bridge rotary. Police said an officer on patrol went over the Bourne Bridge, entered the rotary and was met by a gray 2003 Nissan Altima going the wrong way around the rotary. The officer was able to brake quickly enough to avoid a collision with the driver of the Nissan, identified as Aracelis Aviles, 34, from Brockton. Ms. Aviles said she was lost and her cellphone had died. She showed signs of impairment, and officers found an empty bottle of beer in the car’s cupholder, police said. She also failed a field sobriety test. A search of the vehicle uncovered a corner-cut baggie that contained a substance consistent with cocaine, police said. A passenger in the car was identified as Javier O. Pimentel, 36, from Brockton. Police located a wallet belonging to Mr. Pimentel on the passenger seat. Inside, officers found a folded up $10 bill containing cocaine, which he admitted belonged to him, police said. Both were arrested. Ms. Aviles was charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, possession of a Class B drug, wrong-way operation of a motor vehicle, and negligent operation of a motor vehicle; Mr. Pimentel was charged with possession of a Class B drug. Both were later released on personal recognizance, police said.

Sunday, March 14

An arrest was made on Oakbluff Road in Sagamore at 8:29 PM. Police said that officers were called to a residence on reports of an altercation involving assault and battery. Officers arrived and determined that a man, identified as Emery O. Dunbury, 21, from Bourne, had pushed a pregnant woman against a tree. The shove had caused the woman to lose her balance and fall back against the tree, although she did not fall to the ground, police said. The officers determined that Mr. Dunbury was aware that the victim was pregnant. He was arrested and charged with assault and battery against a pregnant person. He was later released on $200 cash bail, police said.

Monday, March 15
A motor vehicle stop on MacArthur Boulevard at 6:04 AM resulted in a number of citations against the driver. Police said an officer monitoring traffic saw a white 2014 Nissan Rogue pulling a trailer on the southbound side of the highway. The trailer had no tail lights, police said. The officer ran a check of the trailer’s license plate, and determined that the plate was stolen from a red 2013 Kia Sorento. The Nissan was stopped and the driver said he forgot to plug in the trailer’s lights. Asked about the trailer’s license plate, he admitted that he found the plate on the side of the road while plowing snow. Police said the driver was issued citations for defective equipment, unregistered motor vehicle, uninsured motor vehicle, and attaching plates. The driver will be summonsed to court for receiving stolen property, the license plate, police said. Police did not identify the man because he had not yet been arraigned.
Police responded to a rollover crash at the East Rotary in Buzzards Bay at 6:47 PM. Police said the driver of a gray 2006 BMW sedan was on Scenic Highway and approached the rotary at a high rate of speed. The car collided with a gray 2015 Ford Explorer and went into a ditch in the middle of the rotary, rolling over a couple of times, police said. Officers arrived and found two men trapped inside the BMW. The men were extricated and the driver was identified as Luis Gonzales, 29, from Providence, Rhode Island. There was a strong odor of alcohol coming from inside the car, and Mr. Gonzales showed obvious signs of intoxication, police said. He refused to say what led to the accident, but the driver of the Explorer told the officers that the car was speeding when it reached the entrance to the rotary. Surveillance cameras in the area confirmed the car was going too fast, police said. The driver of the Explorer was not hurt, but Mr. Gonzales was taken to an area hospital for evaluation. He was cited for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation, and speed greater than reasonable, police said.
An arrest was made at 3:47 AM at the intersection of Head of the Bay Road and Plymouth Lane in Buzzards Bay. Police said that officers monitoring traffic from the parking lot at the Eastern Inn saw a green 2005 Audi enter the lot. A female passenger exited, went inside the motel, returned to the car two minutes later and the car drove away. The officer followed and clocked the driver as going 40 miles per hour in a 25 mph zone. The car was stopped and the officer saw the female passenger, later identified as Balen Mattos, 30, from Wareham, moving around, as if trying to hide something, police said. The driver appeared nervous while speaking with the officer, and he did not immediately mention having stopped at the Eastern Inn, police said. Ms. Mattos was wearing a bathrobe that she hugged around herself. The officer spotted a glass pipe and a lighter in a robe pocket, police said. Asked for her name, she said Camry Lopes, and when she exited the vehicle, the officer spotted crack cocaine on the passenger side floor board, police said. The officers eventually learned her real name, and determined that she had several active warrants out of Wareham District Court. The warrants charged her with assault and battery on a person 60 years or older, or disabled; two counts of larceny under $1,200; conspiracy; possession of a Class A drug; and shoplifting. She was also charged with possession of a Class B drug, cocaine. She was held without bail for arraignment later that morning. The driver was issued citations for speeding, revoked registration, operating an uninsured motor vehicle, and operating an unregistered motor vehicle, police said.

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