The following information comes from the Arlington Police Department. When arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
Arlington Teen Arrested on Court Warrant
An 18-year-old Arlington male was arrested on a court warrant at about 4:45 p.m. Friday, July 6, while he was going to play basketball at .
An Arlington Police officer recognized Vishon Lewis walking toward the high school’s outdoor basketball court with a group of friends that afternoon and subsequently arrested him without incident.
Lewis has an active warrant out of Cambridge District Court for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and use of a motor vehicle without authority, according to police.
Notable Incidents from Friday to Sunday, July 6-8
Sunday, July 8
5:14 p.m., Amsden Street, Suspicious motor vehicle
4:38 p.m., Paul Revere Road, Motor vehicle crash, failure to yield
10:41 a.m., Smith Street, Malicious destruction of property over $250
Saturday, July 7
10:50 p.m., Massachusetts Avenue, Larceny over $250
8:44 p.m., Rockmont Road, Larceny over $250
7:41 a.m., Menotomy Road, Identity fraud
Friday, July 6
5:45 p.m., Foster Street, Motor vehicle crash, leaving the scene of property damage
4:43 p.m., , Massachusetts Avenue, Arrest, fugitive from justice on court warrant (see above)
8:02 a.m., Webster Street, Malicious destruction of property under $250