The following information comes from the Arlington Police Department. When arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
Elderly Man with Trench Coat, Cane Allegedly Exposes Himself to Woman on Mill Street
An elderly man with white hair, a long black trench coat and a cane allegedly exposed himself Tuesday afternoon to a woman outside of the offices at 22 Mill St.
The woman told police that the man flashed her while she was walking into the building shortly before 3 p.m.
The woman called police shortly after entering the building, and an officer on Summer Street responded immediately. However, he was unable to locate the man, police said.
Male Allegedly Shoplifts Vodka from Arlington Liquors
Police responded to Arlington Liquors at about 2:12 p.m. Tuesday for a report of a shoplifting incident that had just occurred.
An employee told police that a young white male, in a black sweatshirt and jeans, had just placed a bottle of Burnett’s Vodka in his sweatshirt and run out of the store.
Construction Worker Reportedly Injured at Symmes Site
A construction worker at the Symmes site was injured shortly before 2 p.m. Tuesday when a trestle fell from the floor above him and struck him on his back, according to police. The worker was wearing his hard hat at the time of the incident, police said. He was transported to Lahey Clinic by Arlington Rescue with non-life-threatening injuries, police said.
Police: Bicyclist Collides with Car on Mass. Ave.
A female bicyclist collided with a car on Massachusetts Avenue shortly before 9 a.m. Wednesday while she was attempting to cross Fairmont Street, according to police.
The bicyclist was traveling toward Cambridge on Mass. Ave. on the right of stopped traffic, police said. The vehicle was traveling toward Arlington Center and was taking a left onto Fairmont when it was struck by the bicyclist, police said.
The bicyclist hit the car’s front right fender and was back boarded for a possible spine injury and transported to the hospital via Arlington Rescue, according to police.
The driver, who said he stopped prior to the collision, was given a citation for failure to yield on a left turn, police said.
Notable Incidents from Tuesday to Thursday, Oct. 9-11
Thursday, Oct. 11
9:57 p.m., Ernest Road, Arrest, assault and battery
9:08 p.m., Exeter Street, Neighbor problem
8:29 p.m., Pleasant Street, Annoying telephone calls
6:25 p.m., Lafayette Street, Motor vehicle crash, leaving the scene of property damage
3:51 p.m., Hillside Avenue, False fire alarm
2:23 p.m., Russell Place, Breaking and entering into a motor vehicle
1:57 p.m., Park Avenue Nursing Home, Park Avenue, Larceny from a building
12:24 p.m., Margaret Street, Larceny
12:09 p.m., Oakland and Park avenues, Unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle
10:41 a.m., Belknap Street, Larceny under $250
Wednesday, Oct. 10
9:22 p.m., Stop & Shop, Massachusetts Avenue, Threats
6:59 p.m., Concord Turnpike and Pleasant Street, Motor vehicle crash, leaving the scene of property damage
6:38 p.m., Foster Street and Massachusetts Avenue, Bicycle crash
4:23 p.m., Marathon Street and Massachusetts Avenue, Motor vehicle crash with injury, following too closely
1:35 p.m., Madison Avenue, Suspicious condition
8:58 a.m., Fairmont Street and Massachusetts Avenue, Bicycle crash (see above)
Tuesday, Oct. 9
2:57 p.m., Mill Street, Indecent exposure (see above)
2:12 p.m., Summer Street, Larceny under $250 (see above)
1:49 p.m., Hospital Road, Injury on town property (see above)
9:28 a.m., Gardner Street, Motor vehicle crash, leaving the scene of property damage