Police Log: Number of Items Stolen

The following information was provided by the Newton Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.

Photo credit: Patch file photo.
Photo credit: Patch file photo.

Stolen Cell Phone

Police will summons a 20-year-old Weymouth man to court for larceny under $250 after a report of a stolen cell phone at Newton-Wellesley Hospital.


Stolen Jewelry

Police responded to a Newton home about a burglary sometime since October.

Several pieces of gold jewelry were missing, including a gold bracelet with diamond-shaped links and gold cufflinks.


Disorderly Conduct Arrest

Police arrested Dwayne G. Frederick, 24, 3 Nightingale St., Dorchester, and charged him with disorderly conduct on Saturday night. Police made the arrest after responding to Center and Paul streets about a man in his 20s standing in the middle of the street.


Stolen Wallet

Police received a report that someone unzipped a purse and removed a wallet at a Chestnut Hill restaurant on Saturday night.

The purse was hanging on a chair in the bar area.

Two of the credit cards were used and the thief tried to use the third card, but it was declined.


Stolen Construction Equipment

Police responded to Commonwealth Avenue about a theft from a construction site.

There were two loose brass mixing valves and 1,000 feet of copper-encased wire stolen.


Abuse Prevention Order Violation

Police arrested Timothy Joshua Stetson, 21, 221 Hillcrest Road, Needham, and charged him with violating an abuse prevention order.


Warrant Arrests

Police arrested Elizabeth MacLeod, 28, 24 Grant St., Newton, and charged her on a warrant for possessing a Class A substance and reckless endangerment of a child on Monday.

In a separate incident on Monday, police arrested Mikhail Rubinov, 61, 10 Timson Path, Newton, and charged him on a warrant for operating an uninsured motor vehicle/trailer, operating an unregistered motor vehicle and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. 


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