The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Department logs dated Thursday, January 7, through Wednesday, January 13.

Thursday, January 7

At 6:27 AM, police responded to a two-car crash at the Bourne Bridge Rotary. Police said the crash involved a white 2019 truck and a green 2013 Toyota Tundra. The crash was minor, and no one involved was hurt. The officer at the scene assisted both parties with the exchange of insurance information.

Friday, January 8

An arrest was made at 1:40 AM on Head of the Bay Road in Buzzards Bay. An officer on patrol came upon a white 2018 Hyundai Sonata stopped in the middle of the westbound lane of the road. When the cruiser approached, the vehicle suddenly sped away, with the driver unable to stay in the proper lane. Police stopped the car near Bournedale Road and identified the driver as Isaiah T. Lopes, 29, from Wareham. Mr. Lopes admitted to not having a driver’s license, police said, and he failed to pass a field sobriety test. An open nip bottle of alcohol was found in the center cup holder of the car, police said. Police arrested Mr. Lopes and charged him with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, possession of an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license (subsequent offense) and a marked lanes violation. Bail was set at $200 plus the $40 administrative fee, which was paid, and he was released.

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A two-car crash happened on Main Street at 7:10 PM. The driver of a blue 2009 Toyota Camry was going in the direction of the East Rotary and attempted to turn left into a driveway. The Camry cut in front of a gray 2016 Ford Focus going in the direction of Wareham. The cars collided and also crashed into a pedestrian crosswalk sign. Both drivers refused medical treatment, but both cars had to be towed from the scene. The driver of the Camry was identified as Jaedon McCrum, 19, from Bourne. Police cited Mr. McCrum for failing to yield to oncoming traffic.

Saturday, January 9

At 10:35 PM, police went to a single-vehicle crash at the East Rotary. The driver of a gray 2004 Toyota Tundra was entering the rotary from Scenic Highway. The driver, identified as Steven D. Harpin, 58, from Newfields, New Hampshire, was going too fast and lost control at the turn into the rotary. Mr. Harpin wound up in the swamp in the rotary. He was not hurt, but his truck had to be towed away. Police issued him a citation for speeding.

Sunday, January 10

Police were sent to a single-vehicle crash at the intersection of Adams Street and Cranberry Highway at 12:21 AM. The driver of a gray 2018 GMC Sierra pickup truck crashed into directional barriers where Adams Street and Cranberry Highway meet. The truck’s airbags deployed, and the vehicle was towed from the scene. The driver, identified as Torry Gonsalves, 28, from Bourne, refused medical treatment. Police charged Mr. Gonsalves with a marked lanes violation.

Tuesday, January 12

At 5:12 PM, police responded to a single-car crash on Church Lane. The driver of a white 2010 GMC Yukon went across the road and crashed into a stop sign. Police identified the driver as Brittney A. Pederzani, 33, from Bourne. Ms. Pederzani was not hurt in the crash, and her vehicle was not towed. Policed cited her for a marked lanes violation.

Wednesday, January 13

Police made an arrest at 4:37 AM on the westbound side of Route 25, off the Cape. An officer on patrol spotted a gray 2003 Honda Civic with a defective tail light. The officer saw the car enter the East Rotary and cut across traffic. The officer followed the driver to Route 25 where the car was stopped. The driver, identified as Brian T. Smith, 42, from Bourne, admitted to knowing about the defective tail light, police said. A check with the state Registry of Motor Vehicles revealed that Mr. Thomas had an active warrant out of Falmouth District Court, charging him with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor. The officer also found a substance believed to be heroin in a sunglasses case inside the car, police said, as well as a baggie containing another suspected narcotic. Police arrested Mr. Smith on the warrant and two additional charges of possession of a Class A drug. Bail was set at $250 plus the $40 administrative fee and was not paid. Mr. Smith was taken to Falmouth District Court for arraignment that morning.

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