The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Department logs dated Saturday, March 27, through Tuesday, March 30.
Saturday, March 27
An arrest was made at 3:45 AM at the Shell gas station on Canal Street in Sagamore. Officers were sent to the station on reports of a woman who was in need of assistance. Shortly after arriving and speaking with the woman, a man drove up in a gray 2019 Toyota Corolla. The man, identified as Jay M. Cummings Jr., 31, from Halifax, said he was there to pick up the woman. The officers investigated Mr. Cummings and his car. They found drug paraphernalia inside the car and fentanyl, methamphetamine and Adderall on Mr. Cummings. He was arrested and charged with possession of a Class A drug, two counts of possession of a Class B drug and operating a motor vehicle with a revoked license. He was later released on personal recognizance.
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Police responded to a single-car crash on the northbound side of MacArthur Boulevard at 10:49 AM. A large truck exited the town landfill and attempted to merge onto the highway. The truck forced another truck that was in the travel lane to swerve into the left passing lane. That forced the driver of a gray 2013 Hyundai Elantra off the road into several small trees and shrubs. The driver of the Elantra was not hurt, but the car sustained heavy damage and had to be towed from the scene. Police were unable to identify the two trucks that caused the collision.
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A three-car crash happened on Main Street in Buzzards Bay at 12:03 PM. The driver of a black 2011 Dodge Dakota pickup truck rear-ended a red 2009 GMC Sierra, which then rear-ended a black 2008 Toyota Avalon. Police identified the driver of the Dakota as Sean Hagan, 61, from Wrentham. Police issued Mr. Hagan a citation for speeding.
Sunday, March 28
Two people were arrested at 1:45 AM following a traffic stop on Scenic Highway. An officer saw blue 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander quickly pull out of a gas station and speed onto the highway. The officer gave chase and pulled the vehicle over. The driver, identified as Tarah L. Covell, 39, from Plymouth, appeared very nervous, police said. Police spotted a glass pipe in the vehicle’s cup holder along with other drug paraphernalia inside the vehicle. Ms. Covell surrendered an eyeglass case containing crack cocaine. A male passenger, identified as Justin R. Joaquin, 31, from Wareham, had fentanyl and suboxone on him. A search of the car uncovered more crack cocaine, and the two were arrested. Police charged Ms. Covell with two counts of possession of a Class B drug. Mr. Joaquin was charged with possession of Class A and Class B drugs. Both were later released on personal recognizance.
Monday, March 29
At 10:30 AM, police responded to a two-car crash at the Bourne Bridge rotary. The driver of a white 2012 Ford Econoline van was on the inside lane of the rotary, adjacent to a black 2012 Nissan Sentra. The driver of the van attempted to go south on MacArthur Boulevard and collided with the Nissan, which was going around the rotary to Sandwich Road. Police identified the van’s driver as Ismar Silveira, 46, from Bridgeport, Connecticut. Police issued him a citation for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and failure to yield.
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A two-car crash happened on Scenic Highway at 1:24 PM. The driver of a white 2017 Honda Civic was headed toward Sagamore and attempted to make an illegal U-turn at the intersection of Scenic Highway and Nightingale Pond Road. The Honda collided with a white 2014 Toyota Tacoma going toward Buzzards Bay. Police identified the Honda’s driver as Kaitlyn Pritchard, 27, from Wareham. Police cited her for making an illegal U-turn and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Tuesday, March 30
At 12:31 AM, police made an arrest at the East Rotary. An officer on patrol spotted a blue 2010 Chrysler Sebring with a broken headlight. The car was stopped, and the driver said she was from Arizona and did not have a Massachusetts driver’s license. The woman gave a fake name and birth date, but when the officer ran a check on the information, it was determined that she was Krystal L. Windle, 36, from West Yarmouth. The officer also determined that Ms. Windle had an active warrant out of Wareham District Court charging her with negligent operation of a motor vehicle. She was arrested on the warrant and also charged with a motor vehicle lights violation, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and motor vehicle operator refusing to identify self. She was held without bail and taken to Falmouth District Court for arraignment later that morning.
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Police made an arrest at 1:23 AM on MacArthur Boulevard. An officer on patrol conducted a routine check of a white 2014 Chevrolet Equinox going south on the highway. The check showed that the vehicle owner’s driver’s license was under suspension, and he had two outstanding warrants, one out of Wareham, another out of New Bedford. Both warrants charged him with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Police stopped the car and identified the driver as the registered owner, Jeremy M. Gonzalez, 38, from Mattapoisett. Mr. Gonzalez admitted to his license being under suspension. He was arrested on the two warrants as well as operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license (subsequent offense). He was held without bail and arraigned later that day in Falmouth District Court.
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At 9:55 PM, police made an arrest following a traffic stop on Bourne Bridge Approach in Buzzards Bay. An officer on patrol saw a black 2021 Ford F250 pickup truck going the wrong way around the East Rotary. The driver suddenly corrected the direction and headed east on Scenic Highway. Soon after, the driver again reversed his direction, going back toward Buzzards Bay, but the officer stopped the truck in the parking lot at PetSmart, police said. Police identified the driver as James M. McAndrews, 49, from Raynham. Mr. McAndrews had a strong odor of alcohol on his breath, police said, and showed obvious signs of impairment. He failed to pass a field sobriety test and was arrested. Police charged him with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor or .08 percent blood alcohol (second offense), negligent operation of a motor vehicle and improper operation of a motor vehicle. The car was towed, and Mr. McAndrews was later released on personal recognizance.