The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Logs dated Thursday, March 26 to Monday, March 30.
Thursday, March 26
At 8:12 AM, an officer on patrol identified a vehicle involved in a previous shoplifting incident. Police said the officer spotted the white 2012 Nissan Altima on Main Street. The officer remembered the car showing up on surveillance video from Gray Gables Market. The business reported the shoplifting back in February. Police said that the unidentified suspect was in the car when it was spotted by the officer, but not arrested. The suspect will be summonsed to court, police said.
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Police received a call about a suspicious car from an employee of MAP Insulation in Sagamore Beach at 5:47 PM. Police said the employee noticed a black 1996 Buick Park Avenue sedan parked in one of the business’s parking lots. Someone from the car was walking around the property, but should not be on the grounds, the caller said. The caller said that as soon as he arrived, the individual in the Buick left. The caller told police they just wanted the incident documented, police said.
Friday, March 27
Police responded to a single car crash on Clay Pond Road at 10:13 PM. Police said the driver of a black 2010 Ford Crown Victoria was going south on County Road towards Falmouth. The driver, identified as Seth Cunningham, 22, from Bourne, turned left onto Clay Pond Road, accelerated too much, and crashed into a tree. There was moderate damage done to the car and minor damage to the tree, police said. Mr. Cunningham was not hurt. He was cited for speeding, marked lanes violation and negligent operation of a motor vehicle, police said.
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A single vehicle crash happened on Yearling Run Road at 10:25 PM. Police said the driver of a gray 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix was unfamiliar with the road and did not realize it has a rotary. The driver, identified as Graham Towne, 29, from South Dennis, clipped a fire hydrant at the rotary, police said. No damage was done to the hydrant, but some damage was done to the car. It had to be towed from the scene, police said. Mr. Towne was cited for speed greater than reasonable, police said.
Saturday, March 28
A single car crash happened on Bourne Bridge Approach in Buzzards Bay at 12:02 PM. Police said a white 2018 Honda Odyssey van collided with a utility pole. No one was hurt, and there was minor damage done to the van, police said. The pole was not damaged, police said, but Eversource was notified and advised to check on the pole.
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At 12:31 PM, police received a call from a driver who reported seeing a red Mustang convertible go off the northbound side of MacArthur Boulevard into the median strip. The caller said the same car then went over the Bourne Bridge to Route 25, and took exit 3 off the highway. Officers were dispatched to the area, but were unable to locate the vehicle, police said.
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Police responded at 1:26 PM to a call from a resident of Emmons Road in Monument Beach about trespassers. The caller said the trespassers became belligerent when they were asked to leave. Police said the trespassers were gone from the area by the time officers arrived at the scene.
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A call was made to police at 4:48 PM about a vehicle on County Road with a driver slumped over the wheel. Officers went to the scene and found a white 2002 Ford F150 pickup truck. They spoke with the driver who said he was tired from working and had pulled over to rest. The driver then asked to have a friend drive him home to Weymouth, police said. No charges or citations were issued, police said.
Monday, March 30
At 4:05 AM, police received a call about a suspicious vehicle from someone on Kendall Rae Place in Buzzards Bay. The caller asked that police check on a gray 2008 Honda Odyssey van that was idling at the end of the street. Officers spoke with the driver of the van, who said he was delivering newspapers, police said.
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At 1:37 PM, police responded to a single car crash at the Otis Rotary. Police said that the driver of a gray 2012 Honda Civic failed to turn into the rotary, hit a couple of highway signs, and went straight into the middle of the circle. The driver of the Honda was identified as Miguel Mateus Rosa, 21, from Chelsea. Officers determined that Mr. Rosa’s driver’s license was under suspension. Two passengers in the car had to be transported to an area hospital for minor injuries. Mr. Rosa was cited for speeding and operating a motor vehicle after license suspension, police said.