The following are excerpts from the Mashpee police logs dated Friday, May 20, through Wednesday, May 25.

Friday, May 20

10:18 AM: Following a motor vehicle stop on South Street, Officer Jeffrey Donnis arrested Linda L. Josselyn, 33, of Mashpee on a warrant out of Falmouth District Court for assault and battery.

1:15 PM: Following a motor vehicle stop on Route 151, Officer Matthew Koch issued a summons to Nicholas A. Boarman, 41, of North Kingstown, Rhode Island, for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and a marked lanes violation.

Saturday, May 21

10:06 AM: Following a report of threats on Pinecrest Avenue, Officer John McDonough issued a summons to Jacara D.C. Faria, 40, of Mashpee for threatening to commit a crime.

10:10 AM: Following a motor vehicle crash on Route 130, Officer John Dimitres issued a summons to Leanardo A. Dossantos, 33, of Centerville for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and failure to use care in stopping or starting.

Sunday, May 22

7:59 AM: Following a walk-in complaint of an auto theft at the Mashpee Police Department, Officer Benjamin Tamash issued a summons to Christopher Barrie, 24, of West Yarmouth for use of a motor vehicle without authorization.

4:15 PM: Following a complaint of dirt bikes on Algonquin Avenue, Sergeant John Petrosh issued a summons to Robert J. Romiza, 35, of Marstons Mills for operating a motor vehicle in violation of license class.

Wednesday, May 25

6:05 AM: Following a report of suspicious activity on Great Hay Road, Detective David Mackiewicz arrested Madeline J. O’Toole, 34, of Marstons Mills for possession of a Class B drug.

10:49 AM: Following a report of harassment on Musket Lane, Officer Michael Moulis issued a summons to Betty A. Watson, 62, of Mashpee for violating a harassment prevention order.

1:59 PM: Following a motor vehicle stop on Route 28, Officer William Cuozzo arrested Heather Wood, 40, of East Falmouth for a subsequent offense of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Ms. Wood also had a warrant out of Fall River District Court for larceny over $1,200 and receiving stolen property over $1,200.

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