Arlington Police report arresting a pair of local residents they say they found lying nude on a couch behind the Regent Theatre on Medford Street around 11:45 p.m. on Wednesday. Read more.
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Burlington Police report arresting a man wanted on charges he handcuffed and blindfolded an Arlington man - at first voluntarily - then took his cash and car.
Steven Michael O'Brien was nabbed shoplifting at a local store today, Burlington Police report. He was handed over to Arlington Police, who will hold him until his arraignment Monday in Cambridge District Court on charges of kidnapping, larceny over $250 from a person over 60 and receiving stolen property, police say.
Arlington Police report they are looking for a local man for a Tuesday robbery in which a Spy Pond Parkway resident was handcuffed and blindfolded - at first voluntarily - while he was robbed of his cash and car. Read more.
Arlington Police report they are looking for a guy who had permission to blindfold and cuff a Spy Pond Parkway resident this afternoon - but not to take his cash and car. Read more.
Arlington Police report arresting two homeless Boston men on charges they shot two men in a car at Thorndike Field near the Alewife T station around 10 p.m.; the victims managed to drive away - and injured one of the two suspects by hitting him with the car.
Police found the victims in the car about a half mile away, at the intersection of Mass. Ave. and Lake Street. Read more.
A jerk who tossed a lit cigarette butt into some mulch outside an Arlington condo complex sparked a four-alarm fire that left a man dead and dozens of other residents homeless, the Middlesex County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.
Arlington Police report finding a man with a freshly stabbed neck around 4 p.m. on Mass. Ave. at Melrose Street.
Police say the victim, a 23-year-old from Falmouth:
Was conscious and alert when rescuers got to him. He was taken to an area hospital, where he is being treated for non life-threatening injuries.
There is no word on a suspect at this time, and the victim is not currently cooperating with law enforcement. However, police have reason to believe that this was not a random act of violence.
BuzzFeed introduces us to Jan Rankowski, a Maine man who posted a YouTube video that showed him with the car he claimed he wrecked while on the way to terrorize Arlington game developer Brianna Wu - forced to flee her home last year under a deluge of horrible and specific threats from GamerGate manboys.
Turns out Rankowski is a member of a sketch-comedy group and says, ha ha, he was just trying to satirize GamerGate. And now that his secret is out and GamerGate is doing the same sort of harassment against him that they did against Wu, he says, oops, he has newfound sympathy for Wu and other women game developers.
Arlington Police acknowledged yesterday the town is besieged by turkeys, who have taken to strutting about the place as if they own it:
As if the snow hasnâ€™t put enough of a wrench in the morning and afternoon commute it seems we have a flock of turkeys gathering on some of our busier streets. Now donâ€™t tell them I said this but they are not the smartest birds. This is part of the reason it can be challenging to navigate around them and they donâ€™t seem to understand that your car is way bigger and they should get out of the road.
State Police report Lucy the dog broke away from her owners around 4:30 p.m. on the Arlington side of the Mystic River to chase some swans on the ice - and promptly plunged through the ice into the frigid waters.
Arlington Police report arresting a Park Avenue woman this afternoon on charges she attacked her neighbor with a handheld snowblower as part of a long-running feud.
Upon arrival, police found a 60-year-old woman suffering from lacerations to her foot. An investigation by Arlington Police Officers showed that the victim had allegedly been assaulted by a neighbor.
The investigation revealed a long-term and ongoing dispute between the two neighbors. The victim in this case had previously filed for a Harassment Protection Order against the suspect.
State Police report on a bizarre collision in Arlington shortly before 7 p.m. that injured two. According to State Police:
Arlington Police report a Salvation Army bell ringer outside the Walgreens at 1425 Mass. Ave. was pinned under a car around 12:45 p.m. when the driver, an 87-year-old Arlington man, mistook its front doors and awning for a drive-thru window.
Police say the bell ringer, a 50-year-oldn Boston man, was taken to the hospital with leg injuries that are serious but not life-threatening, after a good Samaritan who happens to work at a nearby gas station rushed over with a vehicle floor jack to get the car off him.
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Four more people were arrested this morning as part of ongoing protests against tree cutting on woodlands where Belmont, Arlington and Cambridge come together.
News of the arrests comes from the Green-Rainbow Party:
For the second time this week, police arrested protesters against a housing complex for which woods where Arlington, Cambridge and Belmont meet is currently being cleared.
According to the Friends of Alewife Reservation, four people were arrested at Silver Maple Forest, where five were arrested Tuesday morning in a similar protest against a 298-unit development planned by a Pennsylvania company.