The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Logs dated Thursday, September 16, through Tuesday, September 21.

Thursday, September 16

At 1:35 AM, police made a drug arrest on the southbound side of MacArthur Boulevard. An officer on patrol was behind a white 2006 Nissan Maxima and saw the vehicle crossing over the center line in the road. The officer stopped the car and identified the driver and a passenger, checking with the Registry of Motor Vehicles and learning that both occupants had numerous narcotics convictions. The officer also saw the passenger, sitting in a rear seat, attempting to hide something. The officer later located a hypodermic needle and crack pipe near where the passenger was seated. The passenger, identified as Alexander R. Newman, 26, from Osterville, also had a prescription bottle with no label containing Gabapentin. Mr. Newman was unable to produce a prescription for the officer. The driver, identified as Lauren K. Theodorakis, 33, from Falmouth, had three baggies containing the drug Clonazepam and a receipt in her purse containing heroin. Both were arrested, and their vehicle was towed. Ms. Theodorakis was charged with possession of a Class A drug and possession of a Class C drug. Mr. Newman was charged with possession of a Class E drug. Both were later released on personal recognizance.

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Police responded to a three-car crash on Route 6 at 8:54 AM. The crash happened on the northbound side of Exit 55. The driver of a vehicle described as a Nissan SUV came to an abrupt stop to make an illegal U-turn. The driver of a silver 2005 Lexus was behind the SUV and stopped for the illegal turn. That caused the driver of a gray 2020 Nissan Rogue to crash into the rear of the Lexus. The driver of the Nissan SUV left the scene, and the driver of the Nissan Rogue was taken to a local hospital for evaluation. The driver of the Lexus was identified as Dominic Gagliano, 27, from Rochester, New Hampshire. Mr. Gagliano was issued a citation for following too closely.

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Police made a warrant arrest at 5:16 PM on Michael Road in Pocasset. Officers were aware of an active warrant for the arrest of Stephanie M. Hennen, 40, from Pocasset. The warrant charged Ms. Hennen with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs. The officers went to her home, found her there and took her into custody. Bail was set at $200 and went unpaid. Ms. Hennen was taken to Falmouth District Court for arraignment the next day.

Monday, September 20

At 5:06 PM, police were called to a two-car crash at the intersection of Shore Road and Barlows Landing Road in Pocasset. The driver of a gray 2018 Nissan Rogue was going north toward the Cape Cod Canal on Shore Road. The driver came to a complete stop, entered the intersection and was hit by a white 2008 Subaru Outback. Police identified the driver of the Outback as Douglas Pollock, 49, from Boston. The driver of the Rogue was taken to a local hospital for evaluation of injuries. Mr. Pollock was issued a citation for failure to yield.

Tuesday, September 21

Police responded to a two-car crash at the East Rotary at 10:25 AM. The crash happened on the approach to the Bourne Bridge. A gray Nissan Rogue rear-ended a brown 2002 Chevrolet Silverado. No one was hurt in the crash, and the Nissan was towed from the scene. Police identified the driver of the Nissan as Thomas Hynard, 57, from Dennisport. Mr. Hynard was issued citations for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and following too closely.

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At 6:19 PM, police made a warrant arrest on Shore Road. An officer on radar patrol clocked the driver of a gray 2005 Cadillac Escalade traveling 41 in a 20-miles-an-hour zone. The vehicle was stopped and the driver identified as Griffin C. Gonsalves, 23, from East Sandwich. The Registry of Motor Vehicles indicated that Mr. Gonsalves had an active warrant out of Somerville District Court for leaving the scene of a personal injury accident. He was arrested on the warrant and later released on personal recognizance.

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