Here are some of the stories making headlines in the Winchester region this week:
: 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.
The man told police that the incident had occurred about 10 minutes prior. He said after he refused, the male told him that he would only leave if he didn’t tell anyone. The male then got into a late model, black Buick and drove off, the man said.
Melrose Police Officers Visit Terminally Ill Child in Virginia: Melrose Police officers were among the more than 250 officers that recently traveled to Virigina to meet a terminally ill child, according to a police press statement.
Police Disperse Crowd After Fight at Holiday Inn: Somerville Police dispersed a crowd of partygoers Thursday night after a fight at the Holiday Inn in East Somerville, according to Deputy Chief Paul Upton of the Somerville Police Department.
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.