A set of license plates reported stolen on Nov. 20 was found the next day on another vehicle driven by a Needham resident.
Police came across a vehicle bearing the stolen license plates in the area of Abbott Street and Great Plain Avenue and questioned the driver, a 48-year-old Needham man. The man told police he had found the plates in a parking lot and attached them to his vehicle, according to reports. The proper license plate for his vehicle had been revoked after his insurance was cancelled.
Police had the vehicle towed and summonsed the man to court for attaching motor vehicle plates and operating an unregistered and uninsured motor vehicle. The owner of the stolen license plates was notified that they had been found, according to reports.
Other incidents included in this week's reports:
Vehicle Struck in Hospital Parking Lot
A Westwood resident reported that their vehicle was struck in the parking lot of . The driver did not stop, according to reports.
Vehicle Hits Business Building
A 93-year-old Newton woman attempting to park her vehicle at accidentally struck the side of the building on Monday, Nov. 21. No one was injured in the incident, and the Needham Building Department was notified.
Scituate Man Caught Driving With Suspended License
A 58-year-old Scituate man was stopped on Great Plain Avenue for driving with a suspended license. The driver will be summonsed to Dedham District Court on the charge.
Driver Crashes Into Wall
Police were called to on Highland Avenue after a driver crashed into a stone wall outside the business, causing some damage. The crash occurred around 8:40 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 22. The driver was cited for failure to use care in stopping.