Two vehicles parked in driveways on Church Street were broken into.
A 22-year old Newton resident will be summonsed to court on a charge of domestic assault and battery.
A back porch on Lucille Place was egged.
A woman complained to police about a bumper sticker being placed on her car.
Someone broke into a porch on Quinobequin Road by removing a glass pane.
Grant Avenue residents discovered someone broke into a home and several drawers were opened and items were scattered through the house.
Trash cans owned by the town were taken from O’Rourke Path.
Police searched in Waban for a man who had been spotted breaking into cars on Pilgrim Road but cold not find him. The suspect was described as a heavyset man, 5-foot-10, and wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt. Nothing appeared to be missing.
A man got a call saying that his brother was in a car accident and needed $2,000. The man said he would not pay and the caller said he would kill him. The call is a common type of scam, police said, and the caller ID showed the caller was from Puerto Rico.
A 50-year-old man from Waltham will be summonsed to court for violation of a restraining order.
A bicycle was stolen from the 800 block of Commonwealth Avenue. A matte black Trek 7.4 was taken from an open garage. The bike was brand new and had a rack on the back.
A Walnut Street resident reported a bicycle being stolen from his garage. The Lynskey bike has “Dura Ace” written in red on the wheels.