The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Department logs dated Friday, December 11, through Tuesday, December 15.
Friday, December 11
Police responded to a two-car crash on Main Street in Buzzards Bay at 5:37 PM. Police said the driver of a gray 2003 Chrysler PT Cruiser collided with a white 2014 Honda Ridgeline pickup truck. The driver of the PT Cruiser, identified as Kerry A. Campinha Jr., 42, from Sagamore, exited the East Rotary onto Main Street heading toward Wareham. Mr. Campinha crashed into the truck, which was exiting the Ocean State Job Lot parking lot and going left toward Sagamore. No one was hurt, but police cited Mr. Campinha for speeding.
Saturday, December 12
At 12:50 PM, police were called to Nasr Jewelers on Main Street in Buzzards Bay on reports of someone using a stolen credit card. The store manager called and said the suspect did not have proper identification when making the purchase. The suspect was identified as Ryan A. Lenihan, 29, from Bourne. Officers encountered Mr. Lenihan in the parking lot, and a minor struggle ensued before he was taken into custody. Police charged him with receiving a stolen credit card; attempting to commit a crime, to wit, credit card fraud; identity fraud; assault and battery on a police officer; and resisting arrest. He was later released on $500 bail.
Sunday, December 13
At 2:39 AM, police made an arrest at the Bourne Bridge Rotary. Police received a phone call about an erratic driver on Route 25 East headed for the Bourne Bridge. An officer on patrol spotted the suspect’s vehicle, a white 2018 Chevrolet Traverse, as it went over the bridge. The vehicle crossed over the center line several times, and a stop was made at the Cumberland Farms gas station off the rotary. Police identified the driver as Jeffrey W. Hammond, 38, from Barnstable.
Mr. Hammond failed field sobriety tests at the scene. During a search of his vehicle, a double-edged knife and brass knuckles were found inside. He was arrested and charged with operating under the influence of liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, a marked lanes violation and two counts of carrying a dangerous weapon, for the double-edged knife and the brass knuckles. He was later released on personal recognizance.
Tuesday, December 15
Police made a shoplifting arrest at the Market Basket on Factory Outlet Way in South Sagamore at 5:05 PM. An employee called to report that someone attempted to wheel a cartload of groceries out of the store without paying. The cost of the groceries in the cart was estimated at $250. Police identified the suspect as Linda L. Muller, 59, from Onset. Police arrested Ms. Muller and charged her with shoplifting. Bail was set at $200 and was not paid; the suspect was held overnight and taken to Falmouth District Court for arraignment the following morning.