Teen Girl Charged With Stabbing; Needham Man Turns Himself In for Stealing Earbuds

The following are excerpts from the Newton police log. An arrest or charge does not indicate a conviction.

On June 14, at 2:13 a.m., police responded along with other units to California Street, where a stabbing had occurred. Paige Norcross, 19, 28R Middle St., Newton, was arrested and charged with A&B with a deadly weapon (knife). 

On June 13, at 8:17 p.m., police responded to Bloomingdale's for reports of larceny. Employees stated that two white men around 30 years old had stolen two brown Burberry scarves. When confronted, one man put the scarves in his pants and ran away and they were followed to the lot, where they took off in a red Nissan Pathfinder. 

On June 13, police responded to Radio Shack for a report of shoplifting. A white man in his early 20s had stolen headphones and left on a bicycle toward Tower Road. The officer found him on Chestnut Street and when he attempted to confront him, the man took off. Police followed him into Needham down Eliot Street. Police went back to Radio Shack to find out how many items were taken. Four Skullcandy earbuds were taken. On Saturday, the man came into the police station to turn himself in. The 31-year-old from Needham will be charged with larceny under $250. 

On June 13, a woman from Block Chestnut St. came into police headquarters to report that sometime on the last evening someone entered her unlocked vehicle and stole three debit cards and $200 cash. 

On June 13, police responded to Star Road for a report of past B&E to a motor vehicle. 

On June 13, at 11:27 p.m., police responded to Silver Lake Ave. for a report of malicious damage to a car. The rear driver's side tire was slashed, sometime during the previous night.  

On June 16, police responded to 1000 BlockChestnut Street for a report of vandalism. A man said he put up a saw horse sign that was intact when he left on Friday, and when he returned letters were cut out and replaced.  



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