5 Things to Know Today, Monday, Oct. 22
Here's Five Things.
Former Medford Scoutmaster Among those in Boy Scout 'Perversion Files': A Medford scoutmaster in the 1960s was banned from involvement with the Boy Scouts after multiple members of his troop alleged he had inappropriate contact with them, according to previously non-public Boy Scouts of America files. The files were released Thursday by order of the Oregon Supreme Court. They were used as evidence in a 2010 lawsuit against the Scouts in a molestation case that resulted in a jury awarding $20 million to a man molested by an assistant scoutmaster in the 1980s.
Weather: Mostly sunny skies with highs in the mid-60s are expected today, according to the National Weather Service. Similar weather is expected tomorrow.
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Somerville Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested, New Boutique Opens in Arlington: Those are a couple of the top recent headlines from just beyond Medford. See what's been going on nearby.
Middlesex Sheriff’s Office Warns of Phone Scammers: The Middlesex Sheriff’s Office is warning citizens of a telephone scam involving a man falsely claiming to work for the Civil Process Division of the office. The man allegedly claiming to be a Middlesex Sheriff’s Office deputy working on behalf of group named ‘American Cash’ and with an out of state law firm tells the person being called he, or she, will be arrested if they do not wire money to a specific bank. The call might appear to be coming from a legitimate sheriff’s office number, but it is not.