The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Logs dated Friday, May 14, through Wednesday, May 19.

Friday, May 14

An arrest was made on Meetinghouse Lane at 1 PM. Police had been informed by a resident that the person’s credit card number had been illegally used for a purchase. The resident said she learned that the purchase was being delivered to the UPS store on Meetinghouse Lane. Police were at the store and arrested Habdon H. Brown, 27, from Cape Coral, Florida, when he came in to pick up the package. Mr. Brown was charged with receiving stolen property of less than $1,200 and identity fraud. Police said Mr. Brown also had an active warrant out of Westborough charging him with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. He was later released on $1,445 bail.

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At 1:59 PM, police made an arrest on Route 28, south of the Otis Rotary. Officers responded to calls about a disabled white 2017 Ford Explorer that was pulled off to the side of the road. The driver, identified as Joni B. Holley, 34, from East Millbury, was waiting for someone to bring gas for the vehicle. A check of the driver’s identification through the Registry of Motor Vehicles determined she had an active warrant out of Westborough District Court charging her with possession to distribute cocaine. She was arrested on the warrant and later released on personal recognizance.

Saturday, May 15

Police responded to a two-car crash at the intersection of Head of the Bay Road and Plymouth Lane at 1:40 PM. The driver of a blue 2017 Honda Civic was on Head of the Bay Road turning left onto Plymouth Lane. The driver of a gray 2006 Honda Civic was traveling south of Head of the Bay Road and collided the other car. The blue Civic had the right of way. Police identified the driver of the gray Civic as Gregory Jones, 22, from Plymouth. Mr. Jones was cited for failure to yield to traffic. The blue Civic had to be towed from the scene, but not Mr. Jones’s car.

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At 6:17 PM, police issued several citations to the driver of a green 2003 Volkswagen Passat. An officer monitoring traffic in the area of Bourne Scenic Park spotted the car and ran the license plate with the RMV. The plates came back as belonging to a different vehicle, and the Volkswagen was stopped. Police identified the driver as Justin Bingham, 30, from Centerville. Mr. Bingham was issued citations for attaching wrong license plates, operating an unregistered motor vehicle, operating an uninsured motor vehicle and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. His car was towed from the scene.

Tuesday, May 18

Police issued citations to a driver on the Route 6 & 28 Bypass Road in Buzzards Bay at 1 AM. An officer monitoring traffic clocked a gray 2002 Toyota Camry going 52 in a 40-miles-an-hour zone. The car was stopped and the driver identified as Miguel Saavevra, 39, from Fall River. Mr. Saavevra was issued citations for speeding and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. A licensed driver came and drove the car away.

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At 6:01 AM, police made an arrest on the Route 6 & 28 Bypass Road. An officer monitoring traffic near the East Rotary spotted a blue 2006 Dodge Dakota pickup truck. The officer recognized the driver of the truck, identified as Chelsea N. Freeman, 34, from Pocasset, and knew she had outstanding arrest warrants. The warrants out of Falmouth District Court charged Ms. Freeman with resisting arrest, intimidation of a witness/juror/police/court official and shoplifting. She was arrested and taken to Falmouth District Court for arraignment immediately after booking.

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A single-car crash on the Mid-Cape Connector in Sagamore resulted in an arrest at 4:33 PM. The driver of a red 2019 Hyundai sedan fell asleep at the wheel and drove into the woods off the road. The driver was identified as William J. Adams, 26, from Somerville. The RMV determined that Mr. Adams’s license was under suspension. Police also determined that he had an active warrant out of Falmouth District Court charging him with passing counterfeit money. He was arrested on the warrant and also charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, speeding and a marked lanes violation. He was not hurt in the crash and was later released on personal recognizance.

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At 5:59 PM, police were called to a two-vehicle crash on Scenic Highway. The driver of a gray 2019 Ford F350 pickup truck was coming off the Route 3 exit ramp and turning left onto Meetinghouse Lane. The driver of a gray 2001 Volvo sedan went through a red light and collided with the truck. A passenger in the truck was taken to a local hospital with minor injuries, and both vehicles were towed with heavy damage. The driver of the Volvo was identified as Lillian Jacobs, 18, from Mattapoisett. Ms. Jacobs was issued a citation for failing to stop at a stoplight.

Wednesday, May 19

An arrest was made on MacArthur Boulevard at 2 AM. An officer on patrol spotted a blue 2019 Subaru Impreza going north on the highway and being driven very slowly, 35 in a 50-miles-an-hour zone. The car was seen crossing over the center and white fog lines several times. The car was stopped and the driver identified as Bianca E. Davis, 29, from Dorchester. The officer spotted a crack pipe inside the car as well as a syringe containing a brown liquid substance. Ms. Davis was asked to perform roadside assessments, which she failed. She was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs, possession of a Class A drug, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, operating of a motor vehicle with a suspended license and a marked lanes violation. She was later released on personal recognizance.

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