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Nearby News: Julia Stiles in Charlestown, Bodies in Dumpster in South End

Also, shoplifting ground beef in Arlington and alleged teen shooter from Malden arraigned.

Charlestown

Julia Stiles was in Charlestown Sept. 12 filming a scene for her made-for-TV movie, "The Makeover." Stiles' scene took place in and around Salon Forty-Four at 44 Main Street. The crew also filmed a fake political commercial next to the nearby construction site on Warren Street. The crew will be back in town Sept. 24. — Matt Casey

Malden

The 17-year-old arrested in connection with Monday's shooting of another 17-year-old near Warren Street was arraigned in Malden District Court on Sept. 11, according to the Middlesex District Attorney's Office. Tyrell Berberena, Jr., 17 of Malden, was arraigned on charges of armed assault with intent to murder, aggravated assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and carrying a loaded firearm without a license, according to a press release from the DA's Office. The 17-year-old victim sustained "serious injuries" in the shooting according to the DA's Office. Malden Patch previously reported he was taken to Mass. General Hospital. Berberena allegedly  when the shooting happened, the DA's Office said. — Daniel DeMaina

South End

The Boston Police Department reported that two people were found dead near a dumpster behind 599 Columbus Ave. in the South End on Sept. 10. At around 2:47 p.m. police received a call for two bodies lying motionless behind a dumpster at 599 Columbus Ave, near the corner of Massachusetts Avenue. — Sara Jacobi

Medford

The former executive director of the Medford Housing Authority has been barred from public employment in Massachusetts, according to Attorney General Martha Coakley. Robert Covelle, 59, of Stoneham,  following a federal audit that found the authority failed to follow procurement procedures and also handed out projects without putting them out to public bid. — Jarret Bencks

Arlington

A man allegedly walked into  at about 4 p.m. Sept. 5, hid 10 packages of frozen ground beef in a hooded sweatshirt and then walked out of the store without paying. The man then entered a well-known vehicle to police, a blue Honda minivan, which has had its plates run 18 times since June by police in Somerville, Cambridge, Malden, Boston, Weymouth and Barnstable, according to police. — John Waller

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