Nude Photos Of Nearly 50 Duxbury High Teens Found Online
Duxbury Police shut down a Dropbox page that included photos of up to 50 Duxbury High School students in “varying degrees of undress.” Police said the students “made a mistake” in uploading the photos while school officials added they hoped all of the students involved learned a lesson from the situation. Read More.
Tall Man Accused Of Driving While Standing Through Sunroof
Being tall can have its downfalls. One Hingham driver found that out the hard way over the summer. Police arrested a 6-foot-7-inch driver after he was operating his car while standing through the sunroof. The man was also driving with a suspended license. Read More.
Medford Police Patrolmen’s Association Posts Photo Of Officers ‘Arresting’ Hillary Clinton
The contentious presidential campaign caused controversy in Medford in October when the Police Patrolman’s Association posted a picture on Facebook showing officers pretending to arrest a person in a Hillary Clinton mask and prison clothing. The association’s president later removed the post and said it was meant as a joke, but he apologized if anyone was offended. Read More.
Teens Steal Over $13K In iPhones From Natick Apple Store In ‘Flash Mob’ Robbery
A group of thieves stole iPhones worth over $13,000 from an Apple Store in the Natick Mall in October. Police said the group of seven teenagers was in the store for just under one minute, getting away with 19 phones. Security cameras captured the robbery, but the group was not identified. Read More.
FBI Warns Of Thanksgiving Terror Potential; Walsh Says No Specific Threat To Boston
As the holiday season began, law enforcement officials were on alert for potential terrorist attacks. The FBI alerted police around the country about a possible attack around Thanksgiving. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh weighed in on the threats, saying there was no specific threat to Boston but a heavier police presence was dispatched to be safe. Read More.
Woman Charged With Vandalizing Trump Sign, Nearly Running Over Resident
The presidential election led to a confrontation between two Andover residents. A woman was arrested after she allegedly vandalized a man’s Donald Trump campaign sign, then nearly ran the man over while she tried to speed off. The woman was also suspected of vandalizing signs at the same property several times in previous months. Read More.
Flash Mob Robbery Caught On Video In Roslindale Store
Another “flash mob” robbery was caught on camera, this time in Roslindale. About 25 teenagers rushed into a convenience store and grabbed drinks, candy, ice cream and any other items they could get their hands on. The robbery lasted less than a minute, and the storeowner was too overwhelmed by the crowd to stop them. Read More.
Muslim Leader Says MBTA’s Response To Prayer Was ‘Understandable’
Guards with machine guns responded to an Orange Line MBTA station after a rider became nervous when they saw a Muslim couple praying on the platform. Muslim leaders said the reaction by police was “understandable” as people were on high alert since the incident came just days after the deadly shooting inside a gay nightclub in Orlando. Read More.
McDonald’s Worker With Down Syndrome Retiring After 32 Years
Freia David received a warm sendoff as she retired following 32 years working at McDonald’s in Needham. David, who has Down syndrome, was paired with the McDonald’s location through the Charles River Center. Read More.
‘Pokemon Go’ Players Blamed For Damage At Historic Massachusetts Fort
Though “Pokemon Go” took over phones around the country this summer, it wasn’t good news for everyone. Caretakers at Fort Phoenix in Massachusetts said Pokemon Go players were responsible for damaging the historic site. A stone wall was taken apart with a crowbar and people were accused of digging up the ground at the fort, which was destroyed by the British in 1778 but later rebuilt. Read More.