Updated July 8, 2012 -- An item listed below has been updated after charges were dropped in court.
Newton man arrested on warrant for drug charges
A Newton man was arrested on a warrant by Marlborough Police early this morning and transported to Newton Police Headquarters, reports said.
Daniel J. Rooney, 23, of 15 Jasset St., was arrested on a warrant out of Newton District Court.
The warrant, which was issued on Sept. 30, included counts of possession with intent to distribute a class B drug, distributing a class B drug, possession with intent to distribute a class A drug, credit card fraud over $250, forging or uttering a forged credit card, credit card fraud over $250 by merchant, shoplifting and receiving stolen property under $250, police said.
Newton woman arrested after domestic disturbance
A 23-year-old Newton woman was arrested for assault and battery at her home Thursday around 2:30 a.m. after police received a call for a domestic disturbance, reports said.
The charges were later dropped in , according to court records.
Holliston man arrested after found in Newton home
A Holliston ma was arrested Wednesday night after he allegedly broke into a Walnut Street home, police said.
According to police reports, the Walnut Street resident walked into his home around 10:30 Wednesday night to find a man standing in his living room looking around. When the resident confronted the man, the suspect left the house and proceeded to walk down Walnut Street.
The suspect, Jonathan A. Roy, 37, of 27 Marilyn St., was found by police a short while later thanks to a description given by the Walnut Street resident.
Police said Roy did not steal anything from the home, however, he will be charged with breaking and entering in the night time.
Newton man crashes car into house
A 21-year old Newton man was cited for driving under the influence of drugs after he crashed his car into the side of a house on Countryside Road.
According to police reports, officers responded to the scene just before 10:30 Wednesday night. The driver told police he had lost control of the car as he was pulling into the driveway.
A few minutes earlier, police had received a BOLO for the same vehicle for a driver possibly operating under the influence.
While speaking with police, reports said officers detected a slight odor of alcohol on the driver's breath and he was a bit unsteady on his feet. After conversations, though, police decided to seek complaints for OUI-drugs.
No one was injured as a result of the incident, police said.