The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Department logs dated Thursday, November 4, through Monday, November 8.

Thursday, November 4

Police responded to a two-car crash on MacArthur Boulevard at 9:04 AM. The driver of a white 2021 Toyota Corolla was going north on the southbound side of the highway and collided with a blue 2020 Mazda. No one was hurt in the crash, which occurred near the Bourne Nissan car dealership. The driver of the Toyota was identified as Kimberly Hindman, 57, from Oceanside, California. Ms. Hindman was issued a citation for wrong-way violation.

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A single-car crash happened on the Route 6 & 28 Bypass Road in Buzzards Bay at 2:20 PM. The driver of a gray 2007 Honda Odyssey crashed into a utility pole on the bypass road. The driver suffered facial wounds, cuts on his hands and arms, and complained of pain in his face and neck. He was taken to Tobey Hospital for treatment of his injuries. Police declined to identify the driver because arraignment had not yet taken place. The driver will be summoned to Falmouth District Court on charges of speeding, marked lanes violation, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and operating a motor vehicle with a revoked driver’s license.

Friday, November 5

Two people were arrested at a home on Wilson Avenue in Buzzards Bay at 6:18 AM. Officers went to the residence because they were aware of active warrants for people living there. The officers also had search warrants in hand to look for narcotics. Officers arrested Janice L. Freeland, 64, and Brian R. Haskell, 31. Ms. Freeland had warrants out of Barnstable Superior Court charging her with possession to distribute cocaine (subsequent offense) and possession of a Class B drug (subsequent offense). Mr. Haskell had warrants out of Wareham District Court charging him with two counts of destruction of property, disorderly conduct and possession of a Class B drug. Both were arrested, booked at the station and taken to Falmouth District Court for arraignment.

Saturday, November 6

At 5:47 PM, police made an arrest on Scenic Highway. An officer on patrol spotted a black 2009 Ford Fusion being driven erratically on the road. The driver was unable to stay within lanes. The car was stopped and the driver identified as Dereck J. Gonsalves, 41, from New Bedford. A check with the RMV indicated that Mr. Gonsalves’s driver’s license was under suspension. He was arrested and taken to the station. A powdery substance was found in the rear of the police cruiser where Mr. Gonsalves had been sitting. During booking, a search uncovered two straws used to inhale narcotics on Mr. Gonsalves and drugs inside his sock. He was charged with possession of a Class A drug (heroin), marked lanes violation, failure to stay in the right lane and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license (subsequent offense). He was later released on personal recognizance.

Monday, November 8

Police responded to reports of a hit-and-run incident involving a pedestrian at 2:59 PM. The incident happened at Wings Neck Road in the area of Old North Road. A man claimed he was hit by a green 2016 Subaru Forester. The victim called police about the incident, and officers noted he had redness on his lower back and left arm. The victim declined medical attention. Police located the driver of the Subaru, who said that he had been blinded by solar glare and did not see the victim. The driver said he did not stop after hitting the pedestrian because the victim began swearing at him and he was afraid of what the victim might do. The driver was given a warning for speeding.

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