The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Department logs dated Thursday, November 7, through Tuesday, November 12.
Thursday, November 7
Police were called to a home on Sandwich Road at 4:44 PM after a resident called to report that a neighbor had been screaming. The caller said the person had been screaming for hours. Police arrived at the home, but there was no answer when they knocked on the door. Police spoke with the person who reported the screaming, who said that the neighbor lived alone. The caller added that the neighbor often yells at the television, and that the yelling had actually stopped some time ago.
Saturday, November 9
Police made an arrest at 2:38 AM on Scenic Highway. Police said an officer on patrol spotted a white 2006 Lexus traveling toward Sagamore. A check with the state Registry of Motor Vehicles indicated that the car was uninspected. The car was stopped and the officer recognized a passenger, identified as Sofia L. Andrade, 32, from Sagamore. The officer had previous dealings with Ms. Andrade and decided to run a check on her. The officer determined that Ms. Andrade had two warrants out of Falmouth District Court, police said. One warrant charged her with operating a motor vehicle with license revoked as a habitual traffic offender. The other warrant charged her with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, police said. She was arrested on the warrant charges and later released on $100 bail, plus the $40 administrative fee, police said. The driver was cited for the Lexus being uninspected, police said.
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At 3:54 AM, police responded to a call from a resident on Cotuit Road complaining of a neighbor’s dog that was constantly barking. Upon arrival, the officer saw a large fox running from the area. The officer spoke with the homeowner who said the dog was barking to protect a chicken coop from the fox. The officer advised the homeowner of the neighbor’s complaint, and the homeowner said the dog would be quieted.
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Police went to a two-car crash on Scenic Highway at 9:54 PM. Police said a gray 2018 Ford Edge collided with a blue 2010 Toyota Camry. The driver of the Ford was identified as Gary Mazzola, 58, from Acton. Mr. Mazzola was on Canal Street and turned left at the traffic lights to head towardsBuzzards Bay. Police said he did not go past the median strip in the road. Instead, he turned into the oncoming traffic lane and crashed into the Camry, police said. One person inside the Camry had to be transported to a local hospital, police said. Both cars were towed from the scene, and Mr. Mazzola was cited for marked lanes violation, police said.
Sunday, November 10
A shoplifter was arrested at the Ocean State Job Lot in Buzzards Bay at 10:48 AM. Police said the store’s loss prevention officer detained Nicole K. Almasroori, 33, from Hyannis, after she attempted to steal approximately $150 worth of items. Police said the items ranged from makeup and personal hygiene products, to clothing, laundry detergent and household goods. While police were inventorying the items Ms. Almasroori stole from Ocean State Job Lot, they also found stolen items from PetSmart. Police said she stole roughly $100 worth of pet care products from there. She was arrested and charged with two counts of shoplifting, third offense. Bail was set at $250, and she was released after her bail was paid, police said.
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At 2:36 PM, a shoplifting arrest was made at the Market Basket on Factory Outlet Way. Police said a manager saw a woman attempt to leave the store without paying for approximately $170 worth of groceries that included steaks, lobster and cod. Police said the woman, identified as Anna B. Whipporwill, 35, from Falmouth, actually paid for two other bags of groceries, but had the other items hidden when she attempted to leave the store. Ms. Whipporwill was arrested and charged with shoplifting. She was later released on personal recognizance, police said.
Tuesday, November 12
Police responded to a two-car crash at the Otis Rotary at 1:41 PM. Police said a white 2007 Ford F350 collided with a blue 2014 Dodge Ram pickup truck. The driver of the Dodge pickup, identified as Paul Favulli, 64, from Shrewsbury, was on the northbound side of Route 28 and entering the rotary. Mr. Favulli crashed into the Ford F350 which was already in the rotary and had the right of way, police said. The driver of the Ford was taken to a local hospital for treatment of injuries. Mr. Favulli was cited for speed greater than reasonable and failure to yield to rotary traffic. Both vehicles had to be towed from the scene, police said.