Monday, July 28, 2014
At 11:39 AM a driver, whose vehicle was at the Bourne Bridge band shell on Main Street, notified police of a past larceny of his global positioning system (GPS) device.
The driver told police that the device had been inside the vehicle in June, but no longer was in the vehicle.
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At 4:24 PM, police responded to the Market Basket supermarket on Factory Outlet Way in response to a reported disturbance by a former employee.
The supermarket manager told police that the employee, who had been fired a year ago, entered the store and told him, “I’m going to slit your throat.”
The manager told the employee to leave the store, and he did so. When backing his vehicle out of the store parking lot, the former employee's car struck the manager on the hip. The former employee then drove away.
The manager declined treatment from Bourne paramedics. The police attempted to find the former employee at his residence, but he was not home.
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
At 12:25 AM, a caller who was at the Whaleback Restaurant on Sandwich Road notified police that windows on his green 2006 GMC Yukon in the parking lot had been smashed.
The caller told responding police that he had gotten into an argument with another patron at the restaurant. After the patron left the restaurant, the caller heard a loud noise from the parking lot, and went outside to find the patron gone and his windows broken.
Police identified the patron and said they plan to find him.
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A Falmouth man was cited in a three-vehicle crash reported at 7:09 AM at the intersection of Shore and Barlows Landing roads.
Police said that a black 2000 Chevrolet S10 driven by Tyler Mansfield, 24, of Falmouth, had driven on Barlows Landing Road to the intersection with Shore Road.
Police said Mr. Mansfield attempted to turn left onto Shore Road and his vehicle collided with a red 2000 Honda being operated on that road by David Nason, 78, of Pocasset.
Police said the collision’s impact pushed Mr. Nason’s vehicle into a 2005 vehicle across the intersection being operated by Peter Jenkins, 55, of Barrington, Rhode Island.
The police cited Mr. Mansfield for failing to take care in turning.
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At 12:06 PM, police responded to a call reporting a disturbance at a residence on St. Margaret’s Street.
The police proceeded to arrest Jahmel Foskey, 29, of St. Margaret’s Street. They charged him with assault and battery (domestic abuse).
Police declined to provide additional information about the incident.
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At 5:26 PM, state police reported a brown Ford Mustang operating erratically on the Scenic Highway.
Bourne police found and proceeded to stop the Mustang at the East Rotary.
The police arrested the driver, Richard J. Asadoorian, 41, of Indian Trail. They charged him with reckless operation of a motor vehicle, speed greater than reasonable, violating marked lanes, and operating a motor vehicle with a license revoked as a habitual traffic offender.
Thursday, July 31, 2014
At 1:53 PM, police responded to a crash on Route 28A in the vicinity of the Parrot Bar & Grill.
A police investigation found that a blue 2009 Honda being driven on Route 28A by Eileen O’Connell, 82, of Acton, had stopped to turn left when the vehicle was struck from behind by a gray 2001 Dodge Caravan driven by
Mark Tohey, 56, of Cataumet. Police cited Mr. Tohey.
Friday, August 1, 2014
At 1:26 AM, police responded to a report of a possible domestic incident at a residence on Second Street.
The police entered to find a man lying on his side on the floor with his legs wrapped around a woman. The man said he was doing so to prevent her from throwing objects.
A police investigation found that the woman, Colleen F. Carreiro, 20, of Puritan Road, had thrown a burner grate at the man as well as at a woman who had come upon the scene.
The police arrested Ms. Carreiro. They charged her with assault and battery (domestic abuse), and two counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (a burner grate).
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At 5:58 AM, a caller reported a vehicle parked in the lot of Tedeschi Food Shops on Clay Pond Road with a smashed window.
Responding police found both the front and rear windows of the vehicle, a green 1998 Honda Civic, had been smashed, that the air bag had deployed, and that the driver was still in the car.Police said the driver was asleep, and that they had difficulty waking him. They opened the door to the vehicle, and he started to fall out before they caught him.
The driver said he had been in a crash at the Otis Rotary, and that his car had also collided with a nearby light pole. He told police he had intended to go home and report the crash later that morning.
The police found the driver to be slurring his speech. He failed field sobriety tests, although there was no odor of alcohol around him. The police determined he had taken medication incompatible with driving a motor vehicle.
Police proceeded to place the driver, Thomas Capizzi III, under arrest. They charged him with operating under the influence of drugs, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and leaving the scene of a property damage accident.
The police also notified MassHighway regarding a damaged light pole in the vicinity of Route 28A and Lake Drive.
Saturday, August 2, 2014
A man walked into the police station at 8:46 AM to report a domestic incident at his residence on Linwood Avenue.
The man said he and a woman had gotten into an argument concerning health care costs. He said the woman proceeded to take cash from the residence and go out to her car.
When he reached into the car to retrieve the cash, the man told police, the woman bit him.
Police proceeded to arrest the woman, Jamie M. Burroughs, 36, of Linwood Avenue. They charged her with assault and battery (domestic abuse).
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A man distracted by a dog in his vehicle crashed his car into a light pole on the Scenic Highway, according to police.
The police responded at 5:18 PM to the crash scene. They discovered that a green 1998 Chevrolet Tahoe had collided with a pole.
The driver, Michael Flynn, 59, of Sagamore Beach, said a dog in his vehicle had distracted him while making a turn.
Police cited him for impeded operation of a motor vehicle and failing to take care in turning.
Sunday, August 4, 2014
At 2:37 PM, a caller notified police that his stepson had taken his vehicle without permission and had fled.
Police proceeded to find tire debris on Old Plymouth Road near State Road, and then found the vehicle in question, a gray 2007 GMC Sierra, with a shredded tire on State Road. The driver was slumped over the wheel.
The police arrested the driver, Craig A. Scott Jr., 41, of Plymouth, who was identified as the caller’s stepson.
Police charged Mr. Scott with using a motor vehicle without authority, operating under the influence of drugs, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, operating with a suspended license, subsequent offense, wanton destruction of property over $250, and possession of a Class A drug, heroin.
The police also took Mr. Scott into custody on a warrant for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.