The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Department logs dated Thursday, September 26, through Wednesday, October 2.

Thursday, September 26, 2019

Police responded to a two-car crash on Sandwich Road at 6:14 PM. Police said that a blue 2016 Chevrolet Equinox was on Sandwich Road coming up from under the Bourne Bridge. The driver, identified as Colette M. Weeks, 31, from Bourne, went through a stop sign and turned left to head toward Sagamore. Ms. Weeks collided with a white 2016 Jeep Renegade that was on Sandwich Road, headed toward the bridge, police said. No one was hurt, but both cars had to be towed from the scene, police said. Ms. Weeks was cited for failing to stop at a stop sign, police said.

Friday, September 27, 2019

An arrest was made at 1 AM at the Bourne Bridge. Police said an officer parked near the rotary spotted a gray 2007 Honda Accord head onto the rotary toward Route 25. The officer noticed that the car was not inspected. A check was made with the state Registry of Motor Vehicles that confirmed the car was uninspected and its registration was canceled. The car was stopped and the officer determined that the car’s license plate had come from a different vehicle, police said. The driver was identified as Thomas P. Dower Jr., 44, from Wareham.

Police said that Mr. Dower had two active warrants. One was out of Falmouth District Court, and charged him with failing to stop for police. The second was out of Plymouth District Court and charged him with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. He was arrested on the two warrants, and also charged with no inspection sticker, number plate violation to conceal identity, unregistered motor vehicle, uninsured motor vehicle, and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. During a search while booking, police said that a partial strip of Suboxone was found in Mr. Dower’s wallet. He was also charged with possession of a Class B drug, police said. Bail was set at $250 and went unpaid. He was taken to Falmouth District Court for arraignment later that morning, police said.

Sunday, September 29, 2019

Police made an arrest at Ocean State Job Lot on Main Street in Buzzards Bay at 12:03 PM. The store’s loss prevention officer reported seeing a woman place items in a purse that she did not pay for, police said. The woman was identified as Robin C. Ryan, 61, from Bourne. Ms. Ryan was confronted outside the store where she denied stealing anything. Police said she dumped the contents of her purse into a bag of items for which she had paid. The items identified by the loss prevention officer fell out into the bag, police said. Ms. Ryan bought $83 worth of merchandise, but had taken items totaling $12.97, police said. The items were dog treats, ear buds and a desktop calendar. She was arrested and charged with shoplifting. Police said she was later released on personal recognizance.

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At 11:23 PM, police made an arrest at the intersection of Sandwich Road and Autumn Way. Police said that an officer on patrol saw a red 2011 Toyota Prius with its license plate light not working. The car was stopped and a passenger in the vehicle was identified as Algensis A. Acevedo Acevedo, 24, from Providence, Rhode Island. A query showed that Mr. Acevedo Acevedo had an active warrant out of Fall River District Court charging him with receiving a stolen motor vehicle. He was arrested on the warrant charge and later released on personal recognizance, police said. The driver was cited for plate lights violation, police said.

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Police made an arrest on the off-Cape side of Route 25 West at 4:51 AM. Police said an officer on patrol near Belmont Circle saw a gray 2000 Honda Civic that was uninspected. The officer followed the car out to Route 25 where it was stopped. A passenger in the car was not wearing a seat belt. He was identified as Isais Barbosa-Lacen, 21, from Dennisport. Police said a check with the RMV showed that Mr. Barbosa-Lacen had a warrant out of Falmouth District Court charging him with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. He was arrested on the warrant charge and taken to Falmouth District Court for arraignment later that morning, police said. The driver was issued a citation for the uninspected motor vehicle, police said.

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At 6:11 AM, police were called to a two-car crash on MacArthur Boulevard. Police said that two vehicles were in the high-speed lane of the northbound side of the highway. The vehicle in front, a blue 2008 Subaru Outback, slowed to enter the entrance lane for the turnaround near the McDonald’s restaurant. The driver of a white 2012 Chevrolet Express did not slow and rear-ended the Subaru, police said. The impact forced the Subaru to go straight through the median onto the southbound side of the highway, police said. The driver of the Chevrolet was identified as Daniel Duberger, 56, from Pocasset. Mr. Duberger was cited for following too closely, police said. There were no reported injuries, police said.

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

A motor vehicle stop at 2:30 AM on Route 25 off the Cape led to several citations. Police said an officer stopped the driver of a brown 2005 Ford Focus because the vehicle’s driver’s side tail light was not illuminated. The driver was identified as Marcel Young, 42, from Yarmouth. A check with the RMV showed that Mr. Young did not have a valid driver’s license. He was issued criminal citations for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, operating an uninspected motor vehicle, and defective equipment, police said.

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