The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police department logs dated Friday, March 19 through Tuesday, March 23.
Friday, March 19
Two people were arrested on active warrants at 3:35 AM. Police said an officer on patrol spotted a white 2006 Hyundai Elantra going slowly around the Bourne Bridge Rotary. The officer followed the vehicle onto the bridge and saw it cross over the center line several times. The car was stopped on the off-Cape side of the bridge on Route 25, police said. The officer observed signs of impairment with the driver, who was identified as Leah F. Tashjian, 30, from New Bedford. A razor knife was spotted in between the front seats, police said. Ms. Tashjian and a passenger, identified as Jaime L. Jabotte, 29, from New Bedford, were ordered to exit the car to allow the officer to search for weapons. Police said the officer found Xanax pills on both Ms. Tashjian and Mr. Jabotte. Neither party had a prescription of the medication, police said. Both were arrested. Ms. Tashjian was charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs, marked lanes violation, possession of a Class C drug (Xanax) and no inspection sticker. Mr. Jabotte was charged with possession of a Class C drug (Xanax). Both were later released on personal recognizance, police said.
Saturday, March 20
An arrest was made on the Route 6 & 28 Bypass Road in Buzzards Bay at 6:06 AM. Police said an officer monitoring traffic saw a black 1999 Subaru Legacy going west toward Wareham. The car was clocked going at 80 in a 40-miles-per-hour zone, police said. The officer gave chase and the car came to a stop eventually on Buzzards Bay Avenue. The driver, identified as Joseph M. Throckmartin, 28, from Bourne, exited the car and started walking away. The officer ordered him to return, and saw that Mr. Throckmartin was unsteady on his feet. The suspect also had a strong odor of alcohol on him, police said. Mr. Throckmartin suddenly ran off, and the officer gave chase, tackling him to the ground. During the struggle, Mr. Throckmartin kicked at the officer, police said. He kept resisting, but eventually was handcuffed and taken to the police station. At the station, he refused to comply, forcing officers to carry him as dead weight into the station, police said. He was booked and charged with speeding; failing to stop/yield for police; refusing to identify self to police; operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, second offense; resisting arrest; assault and battery on a police officer; assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, his shoed foot; and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. He was later released on personal recognizance, police said.
Sunday, March 21
At 3:26 AM, an arrest was made at the Bourne Bridge Rotary. Police said an officer on Trowbridge Road saw a white 2009 Nissan Maxima sedan on Trowbridge Road headed for the rotary. The car crossed over the center line in the road twice, went around the rotary, and wound up on the grassy area in front of the state police barracks, police said. The driver was identified as Bidgy Jacinthe, 28, from Providence, Rhode Island. Ms. Jacinthe told the officer that the cruiser’s headlights in the car’s rearview mirror caused her to crash, police said. There was a strong odor of alcohol and signs of impairment, police said. Ms. Jacinthe failed field sobriety tests and was arrested. She was charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, possession of an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, marked lanes violation, and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. Her car was towed from the scene, and she was later released on personal recognizance, police said.
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A disturbance at 10:48 AM at a home on Buzzards Bay Avenue led to two people being arrested. Police said that officers responded to a 9-1-1 emergency call. The response led to the arrests of Cynthia M. Anderson, 54, from Bourne, and Craig J. Anderson, 27, also from Bourne. Police said that Ms. Anderson had active warrants out of Barnstable District Court charging her with larceny over $1,200, and uttering, or issuing, a false check. Mr. Anderson had two warrants out of Falmouth District Court, both charging him with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, police said. The two were later released on personal recognizance, police said.
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Police responded to a three-vehicle crash at 4:56 PM at the intersection of Scenic Highway and Herring Pond Road. Police said the crash happened at the traffic lights by the Herring Pond Rest Area. A white 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee was going toward Sagamore, police said. The driver, identified as Thomas Bradley, 43, from Middleboro, was going too fast and crashed into the rear of a blue 2015 Hyundai Genesis. That caused the Hyundai to crash into a white 2019 Jeep Cherokee, police said. No one was hurt in the crash. Both the Grand Cherokee and the Hyundai had to be towed from the scene, police said. Mr. Bradley was cited for speeding, failure to stay in marked lanes and following too closely, police said.
Tuesday, March 23
At 11:43 AM, police responded to a three-vehicle crash in the drive-thru lane of the Dunkin' Donuts on Barlows Landing Road, off MacArthur Boulevard. Police said the driver of a black 2016 Ford Expedition suddenly went in reverse and crashed into a white 2019 Infiniti sedan. That caused the Infiniti to crash into a gray 2005 Toyota Corolla, police said. There was moderate damage to all three vehicles, police said, but the Expedition and the Corolla were able to leave on their own. Police said there was no citation issued. However, the driver of the Infiniti complained of a wrist injury and was taken to a local hospital for treatment, police said.