The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Department logs dated Wednesday, September 8, through Wednesday, September 15.
Wednesday, September 8
Police made an arrest at 1:03 PM at the intersection of Head of the Bay Road and Plymouth Lane in Buzzards Bay. The driver of a red 2015 Honda Civic was going west on Head of the Bay Road and collided with a gray 2016 Nissan Altima that was turning off Plymouth Lane. The driver of the Altima had the right of way. Both vehicles had to be towed. The drivers of both vehicles and a passenger in the Altima were all taken to a local hospital. Police identified the driver of the Honda as Dayna Bowman, 23, from Bourne. Ms. Bowman was issued citations for failure to yield, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and speeding.
Thursday, September 9
At 4:29 PM, police were called to a car crash on Sandwich Road near the Bourne Bridge rotary. The driver of a gray 2013 Nissan Titan was traveling in the direction of the Bourne Bridge when the driver of a white 2018 Hyundai Tucson pulled out in front. The vehicles collided, and the collision sent the Tucson into a spin to collide with a gray 2020 Subaru Crosstrek. The drivers of both the Titan and the Tucson, along with two passengers in the Tucson, were all taken to a local hospital. Police identified the driver of the Tucson as Kimberly DaCosta, 26, from Hyannis. Police cited Ms. DaCosta for a state highway traffic violation.
Friday, September 10
Officers were sent to the parking lot of Bay Village Auto on Main Street in Buzzards Bay at 7:10 PM on reports of an intoxicated driver attempting to leave. Officers arrived and stopped the driver of a gray 2007 Volvo sedan from exiting the lot. The driver was identified as Marvin M. Flye III, 39, from East Wareham. Police said that Mr. Flye showed obvious signs of impairment and failed to pass a field sobriety test. An inventory of his car uncovered 18 open and 25 unopened nip bottles of alcohol inside. He was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. He was later released on personal recognizance.
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At 8:45 PM, officers responded to a call about an intoxicated female attempting to drive away from the parking lot at Buzzards Bay Park. The caller pointed out the woman’s car when officers arrived—a blue 2020 Jeep Wrangler with Florida license plates. The officers stopped the vehicle and confronted the driver, identified as Pamela J. Adams, 52, from Buzzards Bay. Ms. Adams had participated in a wine-tasting excursion on the Cape Cod Dinner Train, police said, and showed obvious signs of inebriation. Ms. Adams was also belligerent with the officers, insisting she was okay to drive and questioning why she was being harassed. At one point, police said, she yelled out, “Bye, I’m out of here,” and attempted to drive away before officers ordered her to stop. Ms. Adams failed a field sobriety test despite claiming that she passed and demanding, “Can I leave now?” She was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor. She was later released on personal recognizance.
Sunday, September 12
At 4:29 PM, officers were sent to the parking lot of Electric Avenue beach on Gardinier Avenue on reports of a white 2020 GMC van that had been parked in the lot for several days. Officers encountered Michael J. Wurtzburger, 58, from Boston, who police said stumbled out of the van. Mr. Wurtzburger showed clear signs of inebriation, police said, and admitted that he lost his driver’s license several years ago. A half-full bottle of vodka was found in the van’s cup holder. Mr. Wurtzburger failed to pass a field sobriety test and was arrested. He was charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor (5th offense), an OUI-related offense while license suspended for an OUI-related offense, operating a motor vehicle with license suspended for operating under the influence of liquor, and possession of an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle. Bail was set at $2,500, plus the $40 administrative fee, and went unpaid. He was taken to Falmouth District Court for arraignment the following morning.
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An arrest was made at 10:27 PM on the southbound side of MacArthur Boulevard. An officer on patrol clocked a gray 2002 Honda Accord speeding at 90 miles an hour. The car was stopped and the driver identified as Trevor D. Prescott, 27, from Fall River. The Registry of Motor Vehicles indicated that Mr. Prescott had two active arrest warrants—one for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and another for possession of a Class A drug. He was arrested on the two warrants. Bail was set at $500, plus the $40 administrative fee. Bail was paid, and he was released early the next morning.
Monday, September 13
At 2:33 AM, an arrest was made on Route 25, off the Cape. An officer on patrol saw a gray 2005 Honda Civic being driven erratically on Scenic Highway and as it entered the East Rotary. The officer followed the car up onto Route 25 and eventually brought the car to a stop. The driver was identified as Corey M. Williams, 50, from Hyannis. Police said Mr. Williams showed signs of impairment, including glassy eyes and a sweaty forehead. He was also fidgety in his seat, with his cargo shorts unbuttoned. The officer noticed fresh track marks on Mr. Williams’ arms, an indication of intravenous drug use, police said. He was ordered to exit his car, at which point a crack pipe and a baggie containing crack cocaine fell to the ground. He admitted to having smoked some crack cocaine recently and that he uses opioids, police said. He was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, a marked lanes violation and possession of a Class B drug (subsequent offense). He was released in the custody of a sober party.
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Police were sent to the scene of a vehicle crash on Old Head of the Bay Road at 10:05 PM. The initial call was for a car colliding with a deer, but when officers arrived, they found a green 2008 Toyota Highlander that had crashed into a utility pole. Officers identified the driver as Theodore H. O’Rourke, 54, from Bourne. Mr. O’Rourke kept asking what happened to the deer he hit, despite there being no evidence of him having hit a deer, police said. Mr. O’Rourke had a strong odor of alcohol and thick, slurred speech. He failed a field sobriety test, and officers found five empty beer cans and a half-full bottle of vodka inside his vehicle. He was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. He was later released on personal recognizance.
Tuesday, September 14
An arrest was made on Scenic Highway at 1:02 AM. An officer on patrol spotted a black 2019 Toyota Camry traveling behind an 18-wheeler. The driver of the Camry drifted over the center line and the white fog line before finally passing the truck at a high rate of speed. The driver was clocked at 70 in a 50-miles-an-hour zone. The officer caught up to and stopped the Camry. The driver was identified as Samantha L. Hannan, 38, from Harwich. Ms. Hannan had a moderate odor alcohol and showed signs of impairment, police said. She was unable to correctly recite the alphabet and did not pass field sobriety tests. She was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, a marked lanes violation and speeding. A passenger in the car had also been drinking and could not take custody of the car, so it was towed. Bail was paid, but the couple could not get a sober ride, so both spent the remainder of the night at the police station. Ms. Hannan was taken to Falmouth District Court for arraignment the next morning.
Wednesday, September 15
At 6:05 AM, police made an arrest on Scenic Highway. An officer on patrol conducted a random query of a gray 2010 GMC Sierra pickup truck. The query revealed that the owner had an active warrant out of Falmouth District Court for leaving the scene of a property damage accident. The truck was stopped and the driver identified as the owner, Corey M. Simpson, 31, from Wareham. Mr. Simpson was arrested on the warrant and taken to Falmouth District Court that morning. A passenger in the truck took custody of Mr. Simpson’s vehicle.