Monday, Oct. 14
9:07 p.m.: A worker at a Great Plain Avenue gas station reported that a man stole gas. A 51-year-old Needham male was identified. After further investigation, it was determined that the male will be summonsed to court for larceny.
Tuesday, Oct. 15
9:18 a.m.: Police pulled a vehicle over on Highland Avenue for having an obstructed license plate. A records check of the operator, a 45-year-old male Nashua N.H. resident, showed he had a suspended license for non payment of child support. He was issued a summons for operating after suspension and having an obstructed license plate. The passenger, Robert Gallagher, a 44-year-old Wilmington resident was arrested for a default warrant issued out of Lawrence District Court. He was given a warning for failure to wear a seat belt.
9:45 a.m.: Police arrested Robert D. Gallagher, of Clark Site Road, Wilmington, for a warrant arrest on Highland Avenue.
Wednesday, Oct. 16
8:09 a.m.: A party came into the headquarters to report that while he was parked at Dunkin Donuts on Chestnut Street another vehicle hit his then left the scene without making themselves known. The damage was teo the rear driver’s side bumper and light.
9:19 a.m.: A Linden Street resident sustained a dog bite while at the school bus stop at the intersection of Linden Street at High Rock Street.
10:37 a.m.: A Needham High School student had her car keyed in the school lot. There are no suspects at this time.
1:39 p.m.: An employee of Walker School on Central Avenue reported larceny of her wallet.
3:15 p.m.: Police responded to Needham Recycling & Transfer Station Center for a potential hit and run that occurred in the center of town. The reporting party was able to find the other party at the Center. After speaking with both parties, police determined that there was no property damage as a result of the crash between these two vehicles. Damage occured while one vehicle struck a third vehicle that was parked. Both parties were advised to consult their insurance companies.
5 p.m.: A pedestrian was struck by a motor vehicle on Lynn Road. The pedestrian walked away from the scene and received medical treatment for minor injuries at a later time.
7:52 p.m.: A Marked Tree Road resident reported he was the victim of identity theft.
Thursday, Oct. 17
3:32 a.m.: Police responded to Cabot Street for a report of a disturbance. After investigation, two parties were placed into protective custody and a third was transported to Sheraton Hotel.
9:51 a.m.: Walk in came into the station to pick up his friends, who were in protective custody. The walk in party was identified as Nathan Krull of Marblehead, who had a default warrant for armed assault in a dwelling from Essex Superior Court. Krull was placed under arrest.
Friday, Oct. 18
8:25 a.m.: Police responded to Memorial Field for a report of vandalism. According to Department of Public Works staff, the baseball dugout and Memorial Park building were spraypainted with graffiti.
3 p.m.: An employee at a Central Avenue company reported larceny of a cellular telephone. The staff supervisor is looking into the matter.
3:08 p.m.: A person reported that someone took $20 from her purse at a Central Avenue location. the matter is under investigation.
4:09 p.m.: Middlesex Savings Bank on Chestnut Street reported that a Boston resident attempted to cash a fraudulent check on Oct. 16. The female was denied the transaction and left the bank without being identified. This matter is currently under investigation.
5:35 p.m.: Police cited a 25-year-old Needham female for operating a motor vehicle with a revoked registration and uninsured motor vehicle. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
6:55 p.m.: Police responded to the intersection of Linden and Oak Streets for a report of a pedestrian struck by a motor vehicle. The pedestrian was transported to Beth Israel Deaconess with minor injuries.
9:47 p.m.: Police responded to a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of South Street and Dedham Avenue. After determining there were no injuries and speaking with the parties involved, police believed the operator at fault to be impaired. Police arrested Amy Chateauneuf, 26, of President’s Way, Dedham, and charged her with operation of a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor at Dedham Avenue.
Saturday, Oct. 19
11 a.m.: A Mayflower Road resident reported being bitten on the arm by a dog.
2:34 p.m.: Police responded to a Pilgrim Road residence. The resident reported that a Chucky mannequin from “Child’s Play” was stolen from the front lawn.
4:09 p.m.: Needham patrol units dispatched to a two-car motor vehicle accident on Oakland Street.
9:51 p.m.: Walk in reported damage and items taken from his vehicle at work at George Doherty & Sons on Highland Avenue.11:04 p.m.: Police conducted a traffic stop for speeding on Dedham Avenue. It was determined that the operator of the vehicle was driving her vehicle on a suspended license. A 30-year-old female from Dedham will be summonsed to court for operating with a suspended license.