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Arlington Man Arrested After Alleged Dunkin’ Donuts Incident

Incidents and arrests in Arlington from Wednesday to Thursday, Jan. 30-31.

Arlington Man Arrested After Alleged Dunkin’ Donuts Incident

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

Arlington Man Arrested After Alleged Dunkin’ Donuts Incident

A Dunkin’ Donuts employee on Broadway gave a 20-year-old Arlington man a cup of coffee Wednesday morning, despite him being 30 cents short. In turn, the man exited the store and chucked the coffee at one of its glass windows, according to police.

He then re-entered the store and threw a container of straws and sugar packets at an employee, police said. Later, while he was being arrested, he allegedly spit on a police officer.

Anthony Wall was arrested shortly after the incident at about 9:40 a.m. Wednesday. He was charged with assault with a dangerous weapon, assault on a police officer, five counts of possession of a Class B drug and three counts possession of a Class E drug. Wall was also involved in an incident on Fremont Court earlier that morning, police said.

Wall allegedly threw the container of straws and sugar packets at an employee after he was told to leave the store. The container did not strike the employee, police said. He later spit at a police officer, police said, with the saliva landing on the officer’s right pant leg.

Wall allegedly had the drugs on him.

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11,000 Feet of Copper Wiring Reported Stolen from Thompson School Construction Site

Police responded to the Thompson Elementary School construction site at about 12:57 p.m. Thursday to investigate a recent larceny.

Once there, they heard from the site’s foreman, who said that 11,000 feet of copper wiring and 20 feet of 1/2 inch copper piping had been taken sometime during the previous night. The wiring was valued at $5,000, the piping at $200.

Hockey Player Taken to Winchester Hospital

Emergency personnel responded to the Ed Burns Arena at about 6:05 p.m. Wednesday for a report of an injured hockey player on the ice.

The player was ultimately backboarded by EMTs and transported by ambulance to Winchester Hospital. The player was being treated for a possible back and neck injury after running into the boards.

The Arlington High boys’ varsity hockey team was facing Belmont at the time of the incident.

Notable Incidents from Wednesday to Thursday, Jan. 30-31

Thursday, Jan. 31

1:48 p.m., Egerton Road, Larceny by check over $250

1:40 p.m., Peirce Street, Malicious damage to a motor vehicle

1:22 p.m., Thompson Elementary School, North Union Street, Larceny from a building (see above)

12:57 p.m., Thompson Elementary School, North Union Street, Larceny from a building (see above)

Wednesday, Jan. 30

11:56 p.m., Mass. Ave., Assault and battery

6:05 p.m., Ed Burns Arena, Summer Street, Injury on town property (see above)

11:44 a.m., Trowbridge Street, Threats

11:41 a.m., Concord Turnpike, Motor vehicle crash with injury

11:32 a.m., Walgreens, Mass. Ave., Arrest, shoplifting by concealing merchandise, third offense

10:16 a.m., Verizon Switching Office, Pleasant Street, Unarmed burglary

9:41 a.m., Dunkin’ Donuts, Broadway, Arrest, assault with a dangerous weapon (see above)

9:16 a.m., Fremont Court, Assault and battery

4:24 a.m., Oxford Street, Suspicious condition

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