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Out-of-Town Local News Roundup: Solar Panels, Child Porn and Little League Embezzlement

Here's what's going on in some other Patches elsewhere in the Commonwealth

 

Stoneham


Stoneham Men Accused of Stealing $50K From West Medford Little League

Stanley Komins and Stephen Komins allegedly wrote checks from the little league account to themselves, purchased items at BJ's using little league funds and took cash proceeds from the refreshment stand.

Chelmsford

Should The Triangle Store Have Gotten A Liquor License?

Chelmsford's selectmen denied the application for the Groton Road convenience store earlier this month, citing a lack of experience regarding liquor sales from the owner of the store as well as several other stores that serve off-site liquor nearby.

Wilmington

 
Tewksbury Man Arrested for Armed Robbery With Knife


No one was stabbed, but one person was arrested at the scene. Brian W. Saber, 36, of 33 Baystate Ave., Tewksbury, was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and armed robbery.

Somerville


Check Out Somerville's First 'Net-Zero' House

The house at 13 Elmwood St., outside Davis Square, may look like many other newly rennovated residential projects in Somerville. A look at the massive solar panels on the roof tells you something else is going on.

Tewksbury

Tewksbury Brothers Arrested On Child Pornography Charges

Tewksbury brothers are facing felony child pornography charges after being arrested on Dec. 20.

Arlington

A man told police at about 9:43 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 25, that he was walking home from the bus stop at the intersection of Mass. Ave. and Daniels Street in Arlington Heights when an unknown male grabbed him by the arm and told him to get in a car.

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