The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Department logs dated Wednesday, May 22, through Monday, May 27.

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Police made an arrest at 10:54 AM at the intersection of Scenic Highway and Brigantine Passage Drive. Police said an officer monitoring traffic clocked a white 2015 Nissan Altima going 60 in a 50-miles-per-hour zone. The car was stopped and the driver identified herself as the registered owner of the vehicle, police said. The officer checked with the state Registry of Motor Vehicles, and the registered owner’s photo did not match the driver, police said. The driver eventually gave her correct identity, Lori L. Murphy, 47, from Rochester. Police said that Ms. Murphy’s driver’s license was under suspension for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor. She was arrested and taken directly to Falmouth District Court for arraignment, police said.

Thursday, May 23, 2019

At 5:24 PM, police made an arrest on Pine Street in Monument Beach. Police said officers were aware that a resident, Shawna M. Warren, 31, of Clay Pond Road had two warrants issued out of Falmouth District Court. The warrants charged Ms. Warren with shoplifting and breaking and entering a building, daytime, for a felony. The officers went to the residence, were invited inside, went to a bedroom and found Ms. Warren hiding in a crawl space, police said. She was arrested and bail was set at $815. Bail went unpaid, and she was taken to the Barnstable County Correctional Facility to await arraignment the next day in Falmouth District Court, police said.

Friday, May 24, 2019

An arrest was made on MacArthur Boulevard at 1:39 AM. Police said an officer patrolling the highway saw a gray 2003 Audi drift across the white fog line, and then back over the center line in the road. The car was stopped and the driver identified as Samantha A. Miskiv, 30, from Plymouth. Ms. Miskiv showed signs of intoxication and failed a field sobriety test, police said. She was arrested and was unable to pay the $40 administrative fee to be released on personal recognizance, police said. She was held and taken to Falmouth District Court later that morning, police said.

Saturday, May 25, 2019

Police responded to a single-vehicle accident at the intersection of State and Old Plymouth roads in Sagamore Beach at 10:25 AM. Police said the rider of a black 2004 Harley-Davidson motorcycle was going north on State Road. Another vehicle was stopped on the southbound side of State Road preparing to turn onto Old Plymouth Road. The motorcyclist swerved to avoid the car, which did not turn, and lost control. The rider, identified as Sean Cunniff, 49, from Plymouth, was thrown from his motorcycle. He was flown by medical helicopter to a Boston area hospital to be treated for his injuries, police said. No citations were issued, police said.

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At noon, police responded to an accident involving a mini-bike on Trowbridge Road. Police said the rider of the mini-bike was on the sidewalk on Trowbridge Road, heading away from the Bourne Bridge. The rider, identified as Ralph J. Christiansen, 33, from Bourne, hit a black 2010 Jeep Patriot waiting to turn right from the Peebles Elementary School exit onto Trowbridge Road. Police were directed to Mr. Christiansen’s residence by the driver of the Jeep, who called police after the collision and said that she had given him a ride home. He was cited for leaving the scene of a recreational vehicle accident, and operation of an unregistered off-road motor vehicle.

Sunday, May 26, 2019

A two-car crash happened 9 AM in the Bourne Bridge rotary. Police said that a black 2017 Toyota Rav 4 was stopped in traffic near the Dunkin’ Donuts by the rotary. The driver of gray 2002 Nissan Maxima rear-ended the Toyota, police said. No one was hurt in the crash, police said. The driver of the Maxima, identified as Michael L. Crowley, 24, from Marion, was cited for following too closely, police said.

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Police made an arrest at 2:53 PM in response to a road rage incident on Jillian Drive in Bourne. Police said that the day before (May 25), officers were dispatched when a resident called to complain that he had been threatened by a neighbor who brandished a metal baton. The man with the baton was identified as Steven D. Sakers, 49. Mr. Sakers was stopped at a stop sign, police said, and the victim attempted to go around him. As he did so, Mr. Sakers rolled down his window and started yelling obscenities, police said. He then pulled out the baton, left his vehicle and approached the other car, threatening the victim with it, police said. The victim drove home and called police. A temporary warrant was obtained out of Falmouth District Court for Mr. Sakers’s arrest and executed on Sunday. He was taken into custody and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon on a person 60 years and older, police said. He eventually was released on personal recognizance, police said.

Monday, May 27, 2019

Police responded to a single-car crash on Route 28, south of the Otis Rotary at 2:18 PM. Police said the driver of a white 2010 Dodge Journey was going north on the highway and drifted off the side of the road somewhere between Route 151 and the rotary. The driver, identified as Jacquelyn Rose, 19, from Uxbridge, hit a guard rail, police said. Ms. Rose told police that she was momentarily distracted while driving, police said. She was cited for marked lanes violation, police said.

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A head-on crash happened at the intersection of MacArthur Boulevard and Waterhouse Road at 5:12 PM. Police said the driver of a red 1999 Mitsubishi turned right to go north on the southbound side of the highway. The driver, identified as William Ridgley, 19, from Hopkinton, collided with the driver of a black 2013 Chevrolet Tahoe going south, police said. Police said the driver of the Tahoe saw Mr. Ridgely’s mistake quickly enough to slow down and lessen the impact. No one was hurt in the crash, and Mr. Ridgley was cited for wrong-way operation of a motor vehicle on a one-way road, police said.

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