The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Logs dated Wednesday, May 8 through Wednesday, May 15.

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Police made an arrest on St. Margaret’s Street in Buzzards Bay at 3:13 PM. Police said an officer on patrol saw a red 2006 Dodge Stratus pass his cruiser. The officer recognized the driver, Darryl S. Green, 46, from East Falmouth. The officer was aware that Mr. Green’s driver’s license was under suspension. The officer stopped the car and Mr. Green admitted that his license was suspended and he should not be driving. He was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, subsequent offense. Mr. Green was later released on personal recognizance, police said.

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At 8:46 PM, police made an arrest at a residence on Cliff Road in Monument Beach. Police said that officers went to the home, aware of a warrant out of Milford District Court for Michael L. Gagnon, 61. The warrant charged Mr. Gagnon with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Mr. Gagnon was arrested on the warrant charge, and bail was set at a $40 administrative fee. Bail went unpaid, and Mr. Gagnon was held overnight until he could be transported to Falmouth District Court for arraignment in the morning, police said.

Friday, May 10, 2019

An arrest was made on Sandwich Road at 2:40 PM. Police said an officer monitoring traffic coming over the Bourne Bridge onto the Cape saw a black 2009 Nissan Murano speed around the Bourne Bridge rotary. The car exited the rotary onto Sandwich Road but swerved wildly over the center line. The car was stopped and the driver identified as Derek F. Young, 27, from Bourne. Police said that Mr. Young showed signs of impairment. When asked why he had swerved so wildly, Mr. Young said he was distracted by his dog was licking him. Asked if he had been drinking alcohol, Mr. Young first said he had not had anything for three days, then changed his story to say he had three beers while watching the Bruins game in Rhode Island, and then changed again to say he had not had anything. Police said Mr. Young failed a field sobriety test, and during inventory of his car, the officer found a 10-pack of Fireball nip bottles with only two unopened bottles remaining. He was arrested and charged with speeding, marked lanes violation, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, second offense. He was later released on personal recognizance, police said.

Saturday, May 11, 2019

Police responded at 4:20 PM to a two-car crash at the intersection of Shore Road and Barlows Landing Road in Pocasset. Police said that the driver of a white 2017 Chevrolet Equinox, identified as Colleen Vahey, 40, from Bourne, was on Barlows Landing Road headed in the direction of the beach. Ms. Vahey failed to stop for the stop sign at the intersection with Shore Road and collided with a blue 2018 Chevrolet Cruze that was heading south toward Falmouth, police said. No one was hurt in the crash, but both cars needed to be towed. Ms. Vahey was cited for failing to stop at a stop sign, police said.

Sunday, May 12, 2019

A single car crash happened on Scenic Highway at 1:25 AM. Police said the driver of a black 2013 Chrysler sedan crashed into a utility pole after falling asleep at the wheel. Police said the crash happened on the Buzzards Bay-bound side of the highway, in the area of the Scenic View Motel. The driver was identified as Mindy Uhlman, 48, from New Bedford. Ms. Uhlman and a passenger did not require transport to a hospital for injuries, police said. Ms. Uhlman was cited for negligent operation of a motor vehicle and marked lanes violation, police said.

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Police were called to a single-car rollover at the on ramp to Route 25 in Buzzards Bay. Police said the driver of a gray 2005 Subaru Forrester was on the ramp headed to Route 25 from Belmont Circle. The driver, identified as Cole Edmundson, 23, from San Gabriel, California, hydroplaned on wet pavement, lost control of his vehicle and went up onto the soft shoulder, police said. On the shoulder, he hit a drainage cover, which caused the car to flip over, police said. Mr. Edmundson suffered minor injuries, but declined to be taken to an area hospital for treatment. He was cited for speeding and marked lanes violation, police said.

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At 9:39 PM, police made an arrest on Canal Road in Sagamore Beach. Police said an officer on patrol saw a black 2016 Toyota Corolla pull into the commuter lot, and conducted a random check of the car with the state Registry of Motor Vehicles. The RMV indicated that the car was last inspected in October 2017. The officer pulled into the lot and saw the driver and a front-seat passenger quickly switch seats. The woman who had been driving was identified as Carole M. Barry, 30, from Plymouth. The officer asked why the two had switched, and Ms. Barry said the two sleep in the parking lot and the man with her wanted to switch seats. A check with the RMV showed that Ms. Barry had a warrant out of Quincy District Court charging her with shoplifting. She was arrested and bail was set at $250. It went unpaid and she was sent to the Barnstable County Correctional Facility to await arraignment in Falmouth District Court the next morning, police said.

Monday, May 13, 2019

An arrest took place at 1:35 AM on Scenic Highway. Police said an officer going toward Sagamore saw a red 2017 Kia Optima drifting in and out of lanes in the road. The officer noticed that there was heavy rear-end damage to the car. A stop was made and the driver was identified as Aaron J. Andrade, 30, from Wareham. The officer approached the car and noticed heavy damage to the driver’s side of the car, as if it had recently been sideswiped, police said. Mr. Andrade said that he bought the car a month ago in its damaged state. Mr. Andrade became argumentative with the officer when pressed about the damage to the car. He showed signs of impairment and was asked if he had been drinking. He replied, “yeah, I had some drinks, who cares?” police said. He was asked to exit his car for a field sobriety test and when he saw the damage he said “wow, my car is f--d up!” police said. Police said Mr. Andrade was unsteady on his feet, failed the sobriety test and admitted to drinking four shots of Fireball. He was arrested and charged with marked lanes violation, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor. He was later released on personal recognizance, police said.

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

At 7:46 AM, police went to a crash on Scenic Highway near the Herring Run Recreation Area. Police said the driver of a white 2016 Toyota Corolla was headed toward Sagamore Beach. The driver slowed for traffic, but noticed a black SUV coming up behind her at a high rate of speed, police said. The driver of the SUV slammed on the brakes, and the driver of the Corolla shut her eyes bracing for impact, police said. Instead of the SUV, however, a white work van crashed into the front right side of the Corolla, police said. The drivers of both the SUV and the van drove off without stopping to check on the condition of the driver of the Corolla, police said. The driver of the Corolla was not hurt and was unable to provide police with any additional details on the other vehicles, police said. The Corolla suffered minor damage, police said.

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