A Foxborough man was arrested in Needham on Tuesday, April 24 on two default warrants out of Wrentham District Court, for assault and battery and trespassing.
A Needham police officer working private detail at around 1:41 p.m. came across a man on Great Plain Avenue whom he believed to have several outstanding warrants. After confirming that was the case, police located the man on Greendale Avenue near the Needham/Dedham town line. The man at first gave police a fake name but later provided his real name, according to reports.
The man, Brian Ford, 36, of Foxborough, was arrested on the two warrants.
Vehicle Hit on Grosvenor Road
A Grosvenor Road resident reported that someone had struck their vehicle overnight on Saturday, April 28.
Suspicious Persons Near School Buses
Police were doing a security check of the school buses parked at on Sunday, April 29 when they came across two suspicious men who fled toward Rosemary Street. Police are investigating.
Vehicle Window Smashed, GPS Stolen
A vehicle parked at Charles River Landing on Second Avenue was broken into and a Garmin GPS taken on Monday, April 30. The driver’s side window had been smashed, according to reports.
• A 58-year-old Newton man was pulled over on Chapel Street on Sunday, April 29 at 7:26 a.m. He was summonsed to Dedham District Court for driving with a suspended license.
• A 25-year-old Woburn man was stopped on Highland Avenue on Saturday, April 28 at around 5 p.m. for having an expired inspection sticker. He was summonsed to court for having a suspended license and revoked vehicle registration as well as the expired sticker.
• A 29-year-old Somerville man was stopped on First Avenue on Thursday, April 26 at around 10:51 a.m. for not having an inspection sticker. The man was summonsed to court for driving with a revoked license and not having an inspection sticker.
• A 49-year-old Needham man was stopped on Greendale Avenue on Wednesday, April 25 at around 3:30 p.m. and found to have a suspended registration and license. The man was summonsed to court on the charges.