The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Logs dated Thursday, October 22, through Wednesday, October 28.

Thursday, October 22

Police responded to a three-vehicle crash at the intersection of Valley Bars Road and Clay Pond Road at 11:51 AM. Police said the driver of a gray 2016 Toyota Camry had stopped to turn left onto Valley Bars Road. The driver of a white 2016 Toyota Sienna stopped for the Camry, but the driver of a red 2007 Honda CR-V did not stop. The CR-V rear-ended the Sienna, which rear-ended the Camry, police said. Two people inside the Sienna were taken to a local hospital with minor injuries, police said. The Sienna and the CR-V both had to be towed. The driver of the CR-V was identified as Judy MacDonald, 43, of Pocasset. Ms. MacDonald was issued a citation for following too closely, police said.

Friday, October 23

At 2:20 AM, police made an arrest at the intersection of Center Avenue and St. Margaret’s Street in Buzzards Bay. Police said officers ran a registration check for a brown 2015 GMC Sierra pickup truck. The check showed that the truck’s registration and the owner’s driver’s license were both expired and nonrenewable. The vehicle was stopped and the driver identified as the owner, Peter F. Long Jr., 37, of Plymouth. Police said Mr. Long’s driver’s license had been expired for more than a year. He was arrested and charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, and unregistered motor vehicle. He was later released on personal recognizance after paying the $40 administrative fee, police said.

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At 5:52 PM, police were called to a two-car crash on the northbound side of MacArthur Boulevard. Police said the driver of a white 2001 Chevrolet Express van was approaching the Bourne Bridge rotary and came upon stopped traffic. The driver, identified as Nathan Dvorski, 45, of Rochester, attempted to stop and swerved to the right. Mr. Dvorski crashed into a guardrail and then into the rear of a blue 2009 Toyota RAV4, police said. The crash caused heavy damage to the rear of the Toyota, which had to be towed from the scene, police said. No one was hurt, police said, but Mr. Dvorski was issued a citation for following too closely.

Saturday, October 24

Police received a phone call at 10:10 AM from a resident in Dennis about the theft of a white 2016 Jeep Wrangler. The caller claimed to have information that the stolen vehicle was in the commuter lot in Sagamore Beach. Officers found the vehicle in the lot, and a check of the license plates showed they belonged to a vehicle in Rockland. The Jeep’s registered plates, police said, were recovered on vehicles found in Stoughton and Randolph. Police said nothing was missing from the Jeep, and there was no damage done to it. The Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office crime scene unit came to the scene to investigate but found nothing, including no fingerprints, police said. The owner and Dennis police were notified that the vehicle was found. Police said they have no suspects at this time.

Monday, October 26

Police arrested a woman at 6:04 PM for her fourth drunk driving offense. Police said officers were sent to a reported car crash at the intersection of Head of the Bay Road and Bournedale Road in Buzzards Bay. The officers found a blue 2006 Cadillac Seville off the road. The driver, identified as Rachael A. Sert, 40, of Buzzards Bay, said her car spun out because of ice on the road. Police noted that temperatures at the time were in the mid-40s. Ms. Sert had an odor of alcohol when she spoke and was unsteady on her feet, police said. She failed a field sobriety test and was arrested, police said. She was charged with speeding; marked lanes violation; operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, related offense while license suspended for OUI-related offense; and operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, fourth or greater offense. Bail was set at $2,000 cash, plus the $40 administrative fee. Bail was not paid and Ms. Sert was taken to Falmouth District Court the next morning for arraignment, police said.

Tuesday, October 27

Police responded at 3:23 AM to a single-car crash at Herring Pond and Black Pond roads. Officers were called to the scene on reports of a crash involving a gray 2016 Ford F150 pickup truck. When officers arrived, the truck was fully involved in flames. The driver, identified as Anthony Ross, 18, of Plymouth, had escaped before the truck caught fire, police said. Mr. Ross estimated that he was going 50 miles an hour in a 35 mph zone, police said. There was light rain and fog in the area, police said, and he came upon a curve in the road too fast. Police said Mr. Ross had only a learner’s permit. He was evaluated by firefighters and taken to a local hospital. DPW workers had to remove some trees that fell from the crash. Mr. Ross was issued citations for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle; negligent operation of a motor vehicle; marked lanes violation; and speeding greater than reasonable or proper, police said.

Wednesday, October 28

An arrest was made at 3:50 AM on Route 25 near the Bourne Bridge. Police said officers conducting traffic enforcement saw a gray 2000 Honda CR-V going over the bridge, headed off Cape. A check of the vehicle’s plate and registration showed it had an expired inspection sticker and the owner’s driver’s license was expired. The vehicle was stopped and the driver identified as Christ A. Amezquita, 22, of Harwich. Mr. Amezquita had a strong odor of alcohol while speaking with officers, police said, and several open containers of beer were found behind the driver’s seat. Police said he failed to pass a field sobriety test and was arrested. The vehicle was towed and two passengers inside taken to an area gas station. Mr. Amezquita was charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor; possession of an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle; unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle; and no inspection sticker. He was taken to Falmouth District Court for arraignment later in the morning, police said.

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