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Two Needham teens were arrested on Friday, Oct. 12 for intent to distribute marijuana.
Police stopped a vehicle for speeding on Hunting Road at 9 p.m. After an investigation, police allegedly discovered about 2 ounces of marijuana in the occupants' possession.
Police arrested Daniel Mazo, 18, of Highland Terrace and Edward Zhao, 17, of Grosvenor Road. Both individuals were charged with intent to distribute and violation of the narcotic drug laws.
Other incidents included in the Oct. 16 Needham Police reports.
Vehicle Damaged While Parked on the Street
A Pine Grove Street resident reported on Tuesday, Oct. 9 at 3 p.m. that their car had been damaged while it was parked in the street. The other vehicle had left the scene. The vehicle’s front passenger side door was dented, and the side mirror was scratched.
Car Struck in Driveway
A Hillside Avenue resident reported on Tuesday, Oct. 9 that his motor vehicle had been struck while it was parked in his parking spot in the driveway. The resident told police he believed a neighbor had caused the damage.
Stolen Burlington Vehicle Found in Parking Garage
A vehicle stolen from Burlington was found abandoned in a parking garage on Cabot Street.
A police officer was conducting a security check at the Needham Sheraton Hotel on Tuesday, Oct. 9 at around 8 p.m. when he came across a suspicious motor vehicle in the hotel’s parking garage. The vehicle was registered to a Burlington hotel.
During an investigation, police discovered that the vehicle had been stolen from Burlington and left in the parking garage. Burlington Police were notified, and the vehicle was towed from the parking garage back to Burlington.
The investigation is ongoing.
Credit Card Theft on Sutton Road
A Sutton Road resident reported on Wednesday, Oct. 10 that someone had made fraudulent charges to her MasterCard. The woman was in possession of the credit card. She was advised to check her credit report and was provided with identity theft information.
Dispute Over Files at Accountant’s
Police were called to an accounting office on Kearney Road on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 4:20 p.m. for the report of a disturbance. Police spoke with a business owner who was arguing with a client over the possession of files. No violence was involved. Both parties were instructed to contact their attorneys to deal with the issue.