The following are excerpts from the Bourne Police Department logs dated Wednesday, April 27, through Tuesday, May 3.

Wednesday, April 27

Police made an arrest at 5:59 PM on Center Avenue in Buzzards Bay. An officer on patrol saw Craig J. Anderson, 28, of Bourne walking along the street. The officer was aware of an active warrant in Mr. Anderson’s name out of Falmouth District Court. The warrant charged him with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Mr. Anderson was arrested and booked at the Bourne police station. During a search, officers found two Xanax pills for which Mr. Anderson did not have a prescription. He was charged with possession of a Class C drug along with the warrant charge. Mr. Anderson was later released on personal recognizance after paying the $40 administrative fee.

Friday, April 29

At 6:36 PM, police made an arrest on Bournedale Road. An officer conducting radar operations clocked the driver of a gray 2003 GMC Sierra pickup truck for going 43 in a 25-miles-an-hour zone. The driver, identified as Michael D. Colby, 41, from Middleboro, admitted to not having a valid driver’s license and an unregistered vehicle. A check with the Registry of Motor Vehicles also revealed the plates on his truck belonged to a gray 2002 Ford F-350 pickup truck. The registry also indicated that Mr. Colby had an active warrant out of Falmouth District Court, charging him with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license (subsequent offense). He was arrested on the warrant charge and additionally charged with speeding, unregistered motor vehicle, uninsured motor vehicle, number plate violation to conceal identity and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license (subsequent offense). He was later released on personal recognizance after paying the $40 administrative fee.

Saturday, April 30

Police made an arrest at 2:25 AM at the Bourne Bridge rotary. An officer on patrol saw the driver of a red 2012 Honda Civic go the wrong way around the rotary after exiting the Cumberland Farms gas station. Police stopped the car and identified the driver as Anthony C. Ross, 20, from Plymouth. When the officer asked for his license and car registration, Mr. Ross opened a backpack and produced a bag of medical marijuana. While the backpack was open, the officer spotted a handgun inside. Asked about the gun, it was determined that Mr. Ross did not have a license to carry firearms because he was underage. Police described the weapon as a “ghost gun” with no markings, and similar to a Glock-style handgun. The magazine was capable of holding more than 10 rounds but only had eight loaded, with no round in the chamber. Mr. Ross was arrested and charged with possession of a large capacity firearm, carrying a firearm without a license, unlawful possession of ammunition, improper storage of a large-capacity firearm and improper operation of a motor vehicle. He was later released after paying the $40 administrative fee.

Tuesday, May 3

Police responded at 9:06 PM to a two-car crash on Sandwich Road near the Mid-Cape Connector. The driver of a white 2020 Land Rover Discovery SUV rear-ended a white 2017 GMC Sierra pickup truck. The pickup truck had stopped for traffic and was hit from behind by the Land Rover. Police identified the driver of the SUV as Gabriella Amato, 27, from Bourne. Ms. Amato was cited for following too closely. No one was hurt in the crash, and both vehicles were towed from the scene.

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