If Only He'd Paid Attention to the Expiration Date on His Inspection Sticker
A Newton man was arrested on license charges Feb. 20 after police pulled him over on Commonwealth Avenue for having an expired inspection sticker.
According to reports, the Newton Police officer noticed the expired sticker and pulled the driver over near the intersection of Commonwealth Avenue and College Road. After pulling the driver over, police dispatch informed the officer that the driver had a suspended license. Andre W. Phillips, 24, of 847 Washington St., was arrested and charged with driving with a suspended license, police said. He was also cited for having an expired inspection sticker and having a defective brake light.
While searching him, police found he had a small amount of marijuana on him. Police also found a glass pipe and a clear container with a small amount of marijuana in the car, reports said. As a result, Phillips was also issued a city ordinance citation for possession of marijuana: http://patch.com/A-2pDj
'And Then I'm Going to Find Something Even MORE Minor to Scream at You About'
Police responded to a report at the Needham Square Post Office, when a postal worker reported several harassing phone calls from a disgruntled customer before noon. The customer was apparently upset that a change of address form had not been filed: http://patch.com/A-2v1G
Wait, So 911's Not the Number for Citizens Bank?
Concord Police received a 911 call just after 4 a.m. Feb. 20 from a Newbury Court resident who told dispatch she did not have an emergency, but rather was attempting to contact Citizens Bank.
More Action at the Needham Post Office
Then, the lovely folks at the Needham Post Office had a drunk to deal with. They called the police to report 'an intoxicated party.' An acquaintance gave the 50-year old from Weymouth a ride home: http://patch.com/A-2xtP