Needham police report vandalism, fraud, disturbance calls

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NEEDHAM — In a series of incidents reported from June 3 to June 9, Needham Police Department documented multiple calls for vandalism, fraud, disturbances, and other suspicious activities, though no arrests were reported for the period.

On the morning of June 3, a Pickering Street resident reported possible vandalism at around 6:25 a.m., followed by a disturbance call on B Street at approximately 7:17 a.m. where officers were able to restore peace.

Later that day, reports of attempted credit card fraud and suspicious text messages were documented, with individuals advised accordingly.

The afternoon of June 3 saw further reports of credit card fraud and fraudulent activities, with police taking reports and advising residents.

The following day, officers responded to another disturbance on B Street, resulting in a 27-year-old Needham resident being summoned to Dedham District Court for disorderly conduct.

Additionally, a “road rage” incident and a vehicle crash involving a cyclist were noted and addressed.

The trend of reports continued with stolen lawn signs on Henderson and Marked Tree roads, suspicious vehicles, and fraud reports.

Break-ins to vehicles and an attempted house break-in were reported on June 7, with investigations to follow.

Officers also advised and documented a resident’s complaint about neighbor troubles and responded to a disturbance involving an unruly employee.

On June 9, officers were called to Lincoln Street for an alleged assault and battery, but found no evidence of such an incident having occurred.

Throughout the week, Needham Police were actively involved in community issues, advising residents, documenting incidents, and working on ongoing investigations.

Despite the numerous calls for service, there were no arrests made during this reporting period.

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