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Concession Stand Behind Arlington High School Ransacked

Incidents and arrests in Arlington from Friday to Sunday, Dec. 7-9.

The following information comes from the Arlington Police Department. When arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Concession Stand Behind Arlington High School Ransacked

The concession stand behind Arlington High School was ransacked sometime between Friday, Nov. 23, and Sunday, Dec. 2, a reporting party told police Saturday afternoon.

The stand’s tables were overturned; utensils and snacks inside the stand were thrown around; and T-shirts and snacks appeared to be missing, according to the person.

Break-In on Harvard Street

A Harvard Street resident told police at about 7 p.m. Friday that someone had broken into his home that afternoon or evening.

He said he returned home to find two small windows broken that allowed someone to unlock his front door and gain entry. He said two laptops and an iPad were missing from the home.

A neighbor said she saw a white male, about 25-30 years old, 5-foot-11 and 140 pounds outside the home. The male was wearing a dark baseball hat, dark blue work jacket and jeans, she said.

Car Backs Into Woman in Ace Hardware Parking Lot

Police responded to Ace Hardware on Mill Street at about 5:17 p.m. Friday for a report of a motor vehicle striking a person.

Once there, police spoke with the victim who said that a Toyota Corolla backed into her in the parking lot. The woman said she had some lower back pain that was radiating to her left leg as well. She said the car struck her twice.

The driver told police that he looked back and did not see anyone behind him. He said he was only going back at about 1 mph when he struck the woman. He said it was dark and rainy and there was poor lighting behind him, which police confirmed.

The woman was evaluated at the scene and refused treatment. She said she was going to driver herself to Emerson Hospital in Concord for further evaluation.

Notable Incidents from Friday to Sunday, Dec. 7-9

Sunday, Dec. 9

11:48 a.m., Crescent Hill Avenue, Breaking and entering into a motor vehicle

11:22 a.m., Crescent Hill Avenue, Breaking and entering into a motor vehicle

9:30 a.m., Crescent Hill Avenue, Breaking and entering into a motor vehicle

9:23 a.m., Westmoreland Avenue, Breaking and entering into a motor vehicle

8:35 a.m., Washington Avenue, Fire investigation

8:32 a.m., Crescent Hill Avenue, Breaking and entering into a motor vehicle

8:28 a.m., Montague Street, Breaking and entering into a motor vehicle

7:41 a.m., Westmoreland Avenue, Breaking and entering into a motor vehicle

12:42 a.m., Buzzell Field, Summer Street, Arrest, fugitive from justice on a court warrant

Saturday, Dec. 8

3:06 p.m., Swan Place, Unregistered motor vehicle

1:43 p.m., Mass. Ave., Malicious destruction of property over $250 (see above)

10:13 a.m., Newcomb Street, Larceny under $250

Friday, Dec. 7

7 p.m., Harvard Street, Breaking and entering during the day for felony (see above)

5:17 p.m., Mill Street, Motor vehicle crash involving pedestrian (see above)

3:48 p.m., Chestnut Street, Motor vehicle crash, leaving the scene of personal injury

3:21 p.m., Mass. Ave., Breaking and entering into a motor vehicle

3:01 p.m., Mass. Ave., Larceny over $250

2:53 p.m., Fremont Street, Fire alarm

1:38 p.m., Foster Street and Mass. Ave., Injury on town property

8:09 a.m., Highland and Wildwood avenues, Motor vehicle crash without injury, failure to stop at a stop sign

2:24 a.m., Bay State Road, Suspicious condition

m trigg December 11, 2012 at 07:45 PM
me to i think it was the kid who went around to all the hockey rinks and locker rooms and stole all there wallets for like a year what washis name kieth
one man riot squad December 12, 2012 at 01:42 AM
A hangout for years / W.A. Pierce with no action taken, on a regular basis/ leave two (2) banks of lights on/ record all license plates and tow them after curfew/ when the area is off limits/ a bad hang out where only negative actions take place. nothing good happens after 11:00 pm
robert bartholomew December 12, 2012 at 08:27 PM
decision making process is flawed

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