The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Logs dated Saturday, September 26, through Thursday, October 1.
Saturday, September 26
Police made an arrest on Canal Street in Sagamore Beach at 9:50 AM. Police said officers responded to a call about two people unconscious inside a silver 2008 Kia Optima. When officers arrived both people were awake but a check of their identities showed that one, Megan M. Foley, 30, of Bourne had an active warrant. The warrant out of Falmouth District Court charged Ms. Foley with disorderly conduct, police said. She was arrested on the warrant charge and later released on personal recognizance, police said.
Tuesday, September 29
Police are investigating the theft of several GPS devices from Squeteague Harbor Marine on Route 28A in Cataumet. Officers were dispatched to the boat company at 8:51 AM, where they learned that three boats had been broken into and each one’s GPS device stolen, police said. The theft is under investigation, police said.
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Police are investigating a break-in at the garage for the new Bourne Intermediate School off Trowbridge Road. At 10:34 PM police were called to the school, where they determined that someone had broken into the garage where groundskeeping equipment is stored. The suspects stole some spray paint, police said, and wrote objectionable language on the ground outside the garage. The incident is under investigation, police said.
Wednesday, September 30
At 12:12 PM police responded to a two-car crash at the Otis Rotary. Police said a black 2014 Nissan Versa and a white 2011 Ford van had entered the rotary. The driver of the Nissan continued around the rotary and collided with the van, which was exiting the rotary to go north on MacArthur Boulevard, police said. The driver of the Nissan was identified as Anthony Rello, 60, of Carver. No one was hurt in the collision, police said. Mr. Rello was cited for failing to use care when turning, police said.
Thursday, October 1
At 2:39 AM, police made an arrest on Scenic Highway. Police said an officer spotted a gray 2007 Chrysler sedan headed toward Sagamore on the highway. The driver veered over the white fog line in the road and continued onto a gravel portion by the guardrail, police said. The car was stopped and the driver identified as Victoria A. Lang, 18, of East Sandwich. Ms. Lang claimed she drifted off the road while lighting a cigarette. The officer detected heavily dilated pupils and lethargic movements by Ms. Lang, who admitted to smoking marijuana two hours before driving. Police said she failed a field sobriety test and was arrested. Police said that after booking, she was seen placing a blanket over her lap and manipulating something between her legs. Confronted about her actions, she handed over a bag containing medicine for which she had no prescription, police said. She was charged with possession of a Class E drug (Gabapentin), possession of a Class C drug (Xanax) and possession of a Class B drug (Adderall), as well as operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs, marked lanes violation and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. She was taken to the Barnstable County Correctional Facility after booking, police said.