The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Department logs dated Wednesday, September 22, through Monday, September 27.
Wednesday, September 22
An arrest was made at 5:23 PM on MacArthur Boulevard. Officers responded to a minor motor vehicle crash. The officers were assisting with the exchange of insurance information when they determined that one of the drivers, Marioluis L. Junior, 25, from Pawtucket, Rhode Island, had an active warrant out of Falmouth District Court. The warrant charged Mr. Junior with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration. Mr. Junior was arrested on the warrant charge and later released on personal recognizance.
Friday, September 24
At 10:14 PM, police made an arrest near the Bourne Bridge rotary. An officer on patrol stopped the driver of a green 1999 Honda Accord because one of the car’s headlights was out. The driver of the car, identified as Matthew A. Cole, 30, from East Bridgewater, appeared very nervous while speaking with the officer. Police said a marijuana cigarette was seen in the car’s cupholder, several loose $1 and $5 bills were on the floor of the car, and other drug paraphernalia and packaging were observed inside the vehicle. Numerous baggies with a green leafy substance consistent with marijuana were found in the glovebox, along with a baggie containing Adderall pills, police said. A search of the car uncovered a baggie containing cocaine, a weigh scale and fireworks in the trunk. Mr. Cole had $874 on him, packaged in a manner consistent with drug dealing, police said. Police arrested and charged him with possession with intent to distribute a Class D drug (marijuana), possession with intent to distribute a Class B drug (cocaine), possession with intent to distribute a Class B drug (Adderall), unlawful possession of fireworks and a motor vehicle lights violation. Bail was set at $1,000, plus the $40 administrative fee. Bail was paid, and Mr. Cole was released.
Saturday, September 25
Police made an arrest on Beach Street at 12:28 PM. An officer was sent to Beach Street on reports of a car driving on the wrong side of the road that had struck a mailbox. The car was located and stopped, and the driver was identified as John C. Burns, 33, from Pocasset. Police said Mr. Burns’s eyes were pinpointed in a manner consistent with narcotics use. His car’s windshield was damaged from colliding with the mailbox. He failed to pass field sobriety tests and roadside assessments and was arrested. He was charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs (third offense), negligent operation of a motor vehicle, leaving the scene of a property damage accident and a marked lanes violation. Bail was set at $100, plus the $40 administrative fee. Bail was paid, and Mr. Burns was released.
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At 8:45 PM, an arrest was made on Main Street in Buzzards Bay. An officer on patrol conducted a random check of a red 2008 Mitsubishi Galant. The Registry of Motor Vehicles indicated that the vehicle owner had an active warrant out of Wareham District Court charging him with negligent operation of a motor vehicle. The officer matched the driver, identified as Anthony R. Goldman, 68, from Wareham, with the RMV’s photo. The car was stopped, and Mr. Goldman was arrested on the warrant charge. He was later released on personal recognizance.
Sunday, September 26
Police made an arrest on Barlows Landing Road at 5:22 PM. An officer on patrol saw the driver of a brown 2005 Honda Civic fail to stop for a red light. The officer pursued and stopped the car. The driver was identified as Seth Spark, 51, from Marion. Mr. Spark said he was on his way to an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting but showed signs of impairment, police said. He even admitted to having consumed a couple of nip bottles during the day. He failed to pass a field sobriety test and was arrested. Bail was set at $200, plus the $40 administrative fee, and went unpaid. Mr. Spark was held overnight and taken to Falmouth District Court for arraignment the following morning.
Monday, September 27
At 11:03 PM, an arrest was made on Nautical Way in Hideaway Village. An officer was dispatched on a report of suspected drug activity. On arrival, the officer saw the suspect, Richard F. McCarthy, 33, of Buzzards Bay, running toward a gray 2015 Ford Escape. Mr. McCarthy was behaving erratically, police said, and despite officer objections, kept placing his hands inside his pants waistband. Officers believed he was trying to hide something and found a glass pipe and several baggies hidden in his pants. One baggie contained a substance consistent with heroin, another consistent with cocaine and a third consistent with crack cocaine. Mr. McCarthy was arrested and charged with possession of a Class A drug, possession of a Class B drug (cocaine), possession with intent to distribute a Class B drug and possession of a Class B drug (crack cocaine). Bail was set at $250, plus the $40 administrative fee. Bail was paid, and Mr. McCarthy was released.