Arlington police say a home in a quiet neighborhood was targeted.
A New Hampshire man was arraigned on charges he secretly captured video images of women in a bathroom at an Arlington cafe.
Joseph B. Hennessey allegedly set up a camera in the women’s room and was streaming footage to a device inside a local cafe.
Zachary Monte was arrested his home after Arlington detectives raided it, police said.
Two men are under arrest after they allegedly beat a cab driver over a fare and one of them left several cards with his name on them in the back seat.
Police say during an argument, a man showed an elementary school principal his gun license.
An Arlington start-up, Kinderlab Robotics, is raising money on Kickstarter to launch an innovative robot kit aimed at kids 4 to 7.
Parents say they should have been told sooner about a father who was banned from the school after showing the principal his gun license during an argument.
The father of an student at Stratton Elementary School in Arlington has been ordered to stay away from the campus for the rest of the year, after officials say he threatened the principal by showing his gun license.
“He apparently had no recourse other than to say I threatened his life, which i did not, said Robert Gordon. He says the principal was upset about some drawings his son made, claiming one looked like a male’s private body parts. Gordon says the picture was meant to be a ping pong gun shown in the movie “Despicable Me”.
The father denies he threatened the principal but Arlington police revoked his gun license and seized his hunting rifle.