Monday, August 4
At 8:55 AM, police were notified that three bicycles were taken overnight from a porch at a residence on Circuit Avenue. The bicycles had not been locked.
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At 10:30 AM, a woman walked into the police station to report that prescription medication had been taken sometime since Friday from a dresser in her residence on Cohasset Avenue.
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At 7:45 PM, a caller notified police that a dirt bike placed inside a garage at a residence on Studio Drive a short time earlier had gone missing.
Tuesday, August 5
At 5:52 PM, a man who had been napping at a residence on Waterhouse Road called police to say that he then went out to his blue 2003 Buick LeSabre and noticed that several items had been taken from his vehicle, including a handicapped placard.
Wednesday, August 6
At 10:23 AM, police responded to a one-vehicle crash on Plymouth Lane.
The police determined that a white 2008 Hyundai Sonata traveling east on the lane had left the roadway and hit a tree.
Paramedics from Bourne Fire-Rescue responded and transported the driver, Hillary Rooslet, 25, of Plymouth to a hospital for treatment.
Police cited Ms. Rooslet for speeding and violating marked lanes.
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At 4:25 PM, an employee at Dunkin’ Donuts on Meetinghouse Lane notified police that an irate customer had assaulted her and then left the restaurant.
The employee, who had been working the register, reported that the customer had become irritated. He took the iced coffee that he had ordered, threw it at her, and left the restaurant.
Employees got a partial plate number, but police were unable to find the vehicle.
Thursday, August 7
Police found one driver at fault in a two-vehicle crash at 8:19 AM on the Cranberry Highway, but also arrested the other driver.
The police said a gray 2005 Saab driven by Marcia Jackson, 57, of Boston rear-ended a gray 2006 Dodge Caravan driven by Sharon C. Perry, 49, of Marconi Street in Sagamore.
Police cited Ms. Jackson for failing to use care when stopping.
The police, however, proceeded to arrest Ms. Perry for operating a motor vehicle with a revoked registration, and operating an uninsured motor vehicle. They also took her into custody on outstanding warrants for an uninsured motor vehicle and failing to license a dog.
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At 8:22 AM, a caller notified police that her friend’s vehicle had been vandalized on Cohasset Avenue.
Police responded to find that the rear window had been smashed on a white 2007 Chrysler SE 300 and that two small holes had been punched in the trunk lid.
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At 10:58 PM, police on patrol near Jasper’s Too on Maple Street came across an individual helping an apparently intoxicated woman.
A police investigation found that the woman and another woman had been in an altercation earlier in the evening at the motel. Police advised the woman that she could take out charges against the other woman in district court.
Paramedics from Bourne Fire Rescue arrived to transport the woman for treatment.
Friday, August 8
At 6:32 AM, a caller reported a break-in at a business on State Road. Police arrived to find an air conditioning unit had been taken, along with a small amount of cash.
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A man engaging in erratic behavior near the Canal Service Road at 10:45 AM was arrested and charged with several offenses by police.
The police received a number of calls reporting that a man was yelling as he went through their neighborhood.
Police responded to find the man in question sitting in the cab of a pickup truck not his own. The man told police that he was “from a different planet.”
The police proceeded to arrest the man, Matthew T. Pimental, 22, of Perry Avenue. They charged him with disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, and breaking and entering a vehicle in the daytime for a felony.
After he was handcuffed, police said, Mr. Perry sought to run away. Police retrieved him and added a charge of resisting arrest.
Sunday, August 10
At 1:16 PM, an employee at Ocean State Job Lot notified police that the store had detained a man suspected of shoplifting.
Police responded. Their investigation found that Richard A. Fite, 54, of East Wareham had placed two items of clothing worth $15 under his clothing and attempted to leave the store without paying.
The police charged Mr. Fite with shoplifting.
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At 3:05 PM, a Steamship Authority employee reported that items had been taken from the boat line’s customer parking lot on Route 28A in Cataumet, and that forced entry had been used in at least one of the thefts.
At 5:30 PM, police learned of another vehicle that had been broken into at the lot.
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An employee at Ocean State Job Lot called police at 8:08 PM to report a shoplifter.
The police determined that Lisa M. Tomkinson, 35, of East Wareham had placed a variety of items totaling less than $100 under her clothing and had tried to leave the store without paying for them.
Police charged Ms. Tomkinson with shoplifting.
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At 8:15 PM, a caller reported that a man riding a Harley-Davidson had tipped over his motorcycle at the intersection of Scenic Highway and Church Lane, and was having difficulty maintaining his balance as he sought to set the motorcycle upright.
Police responded to find the motorcycle traveling north on State Road. The police found that the motorcycle was traveling 64 miles per hour in a 50-mph zone, and that the cycle was crossing both the yellow line dividing the lanes and the white fog lane at the side of the road.
The police pulled over the motorcyclist, who they observed had trouble putting down his cycle’s kickstand, and who gave off an odor of alcohol. Police said the motorcyclist proceeded to fail field sobriety tests.
The man, Curtis S. Grevenitz, 57, of Plymouth was placed under arrest. Police charged him with operating under the influence of alcohol, second offense, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, speeding, and violating marked lanes.
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At 9:09 PM, a caller on Tahanto Road notified police of a larceny that had taken place sometime over the weekend.
The police determined that a laptop computer had been taken from an unlocked vehicle on the road.