Friday, August 16
- After querying a vehicle on Bennington Street at about 11:45 p.m., police learned the owner had an outstanding warrant for a previous operating under the influence of alcohol incident. After pulling the vehicle over and confirming that the driver was the same party, they arrested and charged 26-year-old Keri Schadhauser of Dorchester on the default warrant from Hingham District Court.
- At 1:30 p.m., police were patrolling Great Plain Avenue near May Street and reported seeing a vehicle with an entirely shattered windshield. Police pulled the vehicle over, and spoke to the driver who told them that he did not have a license. After querying his information, they also learned that the driver had an outstanding warrant from Attleboro District Court for disturbing the peace and trespassing. Police arrested and charged Maverick Avila, a Newton 20-year-old, on that arrest. He will also be summonsed for driving without a license, and driving with a broken windshield.
- Police were sent to a Glen Circle address for a breaking-and-entering report around 8 p.m. The person who rents the basement apartment reported seeing three teens running out of the home, and saw a window open, propped open with a chair. Police looked in the home, and nothing appeared to be out of place or missing, but will contact the owners.
- Single-vehicle crash reported on Highland Avenue near Webster Street, and responding officers saw a vehicle off the road. The car took out several sections of fencing on Highland Avenue. A 22-year-old man from Canton was behind the wheel, and reported no injuries. Police cited him for a marked lanes violation and impeded driving. The car was towed.
- 12:45 p.m., police stopped a vehicle over for failing to stop at the intersection of Webster and Hunnewell Streets. Police checked the driver's license and learned it had been suspended because of operating under the influence in the past. Police arrested 25-year-old William Nickles of Laurel Drive, for driving after a suspension for an OUI, and failing to stop.
- Police arrested and charged 19-year-old Robert Peck of High Rock Street, and charged him with assault-and-battery, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, at about 3 a.m.
The above reports were provided by the Needham Police Department. Charges where mentioned do not indicate a conviction.