The following are excerpts from the Bourne police logs dated Sunday, June 16, through Thursday, June 20.
Sunday, June 16
An arrest was made on MacArthur Boulevard at 6:40 PM. Police said an officer monitoring traffic ran a registration query on a red 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee going north on the highway. The state Registry of Motor Vehicles indicated that the vehicle was uninspected, police said. The Jeep was stopped and the driver identified as Sean W. Harris, 37. Police said that Mr. Harris did not provide an address. The RMV also indicated that Mr. Harris’s driver’s license was under suspension. He was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, and no inspection sticker. He was later released on personal recognizance, police said.
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At 8:29 PM, a two-car crash happened at the intersection of County Road and Clubhouse Drive in Pocasset. Police said that a gray 2013 Toyota Sienna was turning left out of Clubhouse Drive to go south on County Road. The driver, identified as Paula M. Reader, 51, from Sagamore, pulled out in front of a yellow 2003 Toyota Corolla going south on County Road. The cars collided, but police said no one was hurt in the crash. Ms. Reader was issued a citation for failing to stop at a stop sign, police said.
Monday, June 17
Police made an arrest at a home on Head of the Bay Road at 5:34 PM. Police said that officers were aware of a temporary probation warrant out of Falmouth District Court for the arrest of Raynell K. Fisher, 23, from Buzzards Bay. The officers went to Ms. Fisher’s last known address where they found her and arrested her without incident.
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Police responded to a single-car crash at 5:27 PM on MacArthur Boulevard. Police said the driver of a black 2014 Dodge Avenger lost control of his car and crashed into a guard rail. Police identified the driver as Sean R. Weir, 45, from Plymouth. Mr. Weir crashed when he became distracted while trying to replace the batteries in his vape pen, police said. A check with the RMV indicated that Mr. Weir’s license was expired, police said. He was cited with marked lanes violation, operating to endanger and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, police said.
Tuesday, June 18
An arrest was made at a home on Colonial Road in Buzzards Bay at 1:11 AM. Police said that the homeowner had some guests over and an argument ensued. One of the guests, identified as Crystal B. Stenquist, 40, from Wareham, attacked the homeowner, police said. Ms. Stenquist was arrested and charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and assault and battery. Cash bail was set at $500 and went unpaid. She was held overnight and taken to Falmouth District Court for arraignment later that morning, police said.
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At 3 PM, police responded to a two-car crash on Main Street in Buzzards Bay. Police said that the driver of a gray 2016 Ford Focus was exiting the parking lot at Buzzards Bay Park. The driver, identified as Thomas A. Rafferty, 64, from Falmouth, collided with a white 2008 Saturn going east on Main Street towards Scenic Highway. No one was hurt. Mr. Rafferty was cited for failing to yield the right-of-way, police said.
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Police made an arrest at 9:16 PM on the Route 6 & 28 Bypass Road in Buzzards Bay. Police said they received a phone call about an erratic driver on the bypass road. An officer on patrol located the car, a gray 2008 Toyota Camry on St. Margaret’s Street near Center Avenue. When the officer approached, the driver drove away onto the bypass road, headed toward Belmont Circle. The officer saw the driver cross over the white fog line and the center line.
The car was stopped and the driver identified as Christa M. Finn, 28, from Bourne. According to police, the officer observed signs of intoxication, and Ms. Finn failed a field sobriety test. She was arrested and charged with marked lanes violation, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor. Bail was set at the $40 administrative fee and went unpaid. She was held overnight and taken to Falmouth District Court the next morning for arraignment, police said.
Wednesday, June 19
A two-car crash happened on Sandwich Road near the Bourne Bridge Rotary at 5:38 PM. Police said that a black 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee was on the section of Sandwich Road coming up from beneath the bridge. The driver, identified as Richard L. Bryant Sr., 84, from Pocasset, attempted to turn left to go toward Sagamore. Mr. Bryant crossed in front of a black 2017 GMC Sierra headed in the direction of the rotary. No one was hurt, and Mr. Bryant was cited for failing to use care in turning, police said.
Thursday, June 20
Police responded to a call about a wrong-way driver on MacArthur Boulevard at 7:29 AM. Police said the driver of a gray 2001 Toyota Avalon went north on the southbound side of the highway and collided with a gray 2014 Toyota Tacoma. The crash happened near the turnaround to Waterhouse Road, police said. No one was hurt. The driver was identified as Jacqueline A. Berrios, 52, from New Bedford. Ms. Berrios was cited for operating to endanger and wrong-way operation of a motor vehicle on a one-way road, police said.