Woman Gets Herself Arrested After Calling Cops; Caffeine-Seekers Busted
Also in unusual police news, a fake son didn't get his request fulfilled.
Now, that's ironic.
A Sherborn woman was at a Medfield restaurant when she called the cops to notify them there were three people she thought were standing outside of the restaurant waiting for her. Police responded and didn't find that the trio was doing anything. They left, the woman called them back, and when they returned, they ended up arresting her.
Like a real son asking for money all the time isn't bad enough...
A Medfield resident notified police he received a strange call from someone claiming to be his son (it was not) and asking for money.
A Weymouth teacher was arrested this week after allegedly exposing himself to two girls at Barnes & Noble in Framingham. The man, a 10-year employee of the district, apparently told police that he had exposed himself in public several times before.
Looking to get a caffeine fix, shoplifters also arrested for a very different type of "fix."
A pair in Marlborough that police say tried to steal a Keurig coffee maker was arrested this week for shoplifting. When police searched them, they also found what they believed to be crack cocaine and heroin residue. They were arrested on multiple charges.