The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Department logs dated Thursday, September 10, through Monday, September 14.

Thursday, September 10

An arrest was made on Wilson Avenue in Buzzards Bay at 1:15 PM. Police said they were contacted by Wareham police and asked to check on an individual identified as Brendin W. Akusis, 25, of Wareham. Mr. Akusis was staying at the Buzzards Bay address, and officers determined he had two active warrants out of Wareham District Court, police said. The warrants charged him with larceny from a building, and breaking and entering a vehicle at nighttime. Officers went to the residence and arrested Mr. Akusis without incident. He was taken to Wareham District Court after his arrest, police said.

Friday, September 11

At 5:31 PM, police went to a single-car crash on Barlows Landing Road. Police said the driver of a blue 2011 Toyota Prius was going south on MacArthur Boulevard and turned right off the highway. The driver, identified as Keith Curran, 54, of Teaticket, swung wide and hit a cluster of signs in a concrete island in the road, police said. Mr. Curran was not hurt, but his car had to be towed. He was issued a citation for marked lanes violation, police said.

Saturday, September 12

Police made an arrest at 3:52 PM on Finch Lane, near Head of the Bay Road in Buzzards Bay. Police said officers were sent to the area on reports of a black 2013 Toyota Sienna van parked on the side of the road with the driver passed out at the wheel. Officers located the van, still running, with the driver slumped against the window. Several attempts were made to waken the driver, identified as Carolyn B. Parker, 52, of West Hartford, Connecticut. Once she woke up, Ms. Parker questioned why she was being bothered and attempted to leave. Officers said they detected a strong odor of alcohol. She was ordered to stop, put the vehicle in park, and perform a field sobriety test. She became argumentative and combative, police said, and refused to exit the vehicle. When told she was being arrested, she continued to refuse to leave the vehicle and cursed at the officers, police said. She was eventually removed and handcuffed. At the station, she continued to be argumentative during booking, police said. She was charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and resisting arrest, police said. She was later released on personal recognizance.

Monday, September 14

A two-car crash happened at 2:28 PM on the northbound side of MacArthur Boulevard. Police said the driver of a brown 2020 Hyundai Santa Fe rear-ended a gray 2018 Dodge Ram pickup truck. Both vehicles were in slow-moving traffic approaching the Bourne Bridge rotary, police said. The driver of the Hyundai was identified as Bryan Cimeno, 52, of Vineyard Haven. Police said Mr. Cimeno was in a shouting match with the driver of a brown 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis. The Grand Marquis was behind Mr. Cimeno, police said, and he was not paying attention to traffic in front of him. He crashed into the Dodge Ram while yelling at the driver behind him, police said. Mr. Cimeno was issued two citations, for following too closely and operating a motor vehicle after license suspension, police said.

Tuesday, September 15

At 10:30 PM, a two-car, head-on crash occurred on Sandwich Road in the area of Weatherdeck Road. Bourne police and Massachusetts State Police responded to the scene. Bourne police said that state police handled the scene. State police reported that a brown 2003 Toyota Camry collided head-on with a white 2008 Toyota Scion. The driver of the Scion was identified as a 47-year-old female from Mashpee. She was using her cellphone in violation of state law prohibiting hand-held use of electronic devices while driving, state police said. No one was hurt in the crash. The woman was charged with marked lanes violation, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and hands free violation, state police said.

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