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ARRESTS: Connecticut Man Allegedly Smashes Home Window

The following information was supplied by the Brookline Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Brookline Police Department. Credit: Patch
Brookline Police Department. Credit: Patch

Brian Soloway, 32, of South Windsor, CT, was arrested at 2:06 a.m. on Feb. 17, and charged with malicious damage of property. Officers were called to University Road for a report of a glass break. Some officers met the owners of the house who directed a few officers to the area of the broken glass while other officers held a man at another location on the street. The reporting officer noticed the broken window on the sill and outside of the window on the roof. “There were footprints in the snow on the roof that lead from the window down the fire escape to the rear of the house,” the officer alleged. “There was a small amount of fresh blood on the window sill.” The residents said they were sleeping and were woken up by the broken glass. The man went to the window and saw scattered trash bags all over the ground that were previously neatly stacked outside. He later called police. Outside, the other officers spoke with Soloway who allegedly “appeared extremely intoxicated” and said he was staying with a friend but “was unable to articulate where his friend lived.” He allegedly had fresh cuts on both hands and scratches on his forearm. There were also bloodstains on his shirt and snow on his pants. Soloway was arrested and charged.

Lunies P. Kersant, 48, of Randolph, was arrested at 9:19 a.m. on Feb. 21, on a warrant. While driving on Harvard Street and officer saw a motor vehicle perform an illegal U-turn where it was posted “No U-turn.” The vehicle was pulled over and dispatch reported that Kersant had an outstanding warrant out of Taunton District court and was arrested. He was also cited for the illegal U-turn.

Tiffany Vega, 23, of Lawrence, was arrested at 12:15 a.m. on Feb. 21, on a warrant. An officer monitoring traffic on Harvard Street entered the license of a white Chevrolet into the data terminal and a warrant alert came up on the vehicle. The officer pulled the vehicle over near Verndale Street while other officers arrived at the scene. The driver, Vega, had a warrant out of Salem District Court for operating after suspension and miscellaneous bylaw violations from Feb. 19. She was arrested.

Garrett Skinner, 25, of North Dighton, was arrested at 5:46 p.m. on Feb. 25, for shoplifting and a warrant. The store manager of Walgreens on Harvard Street reported that a suspicious person had left the store with a pair of headphones without paying for them. The man was described as white, in his 20s, thin, wearing a black jacket and jeans. A man matching the description, Skinner, was found down the street and was questioned about the incident. “In plain view, I observed two boxes of medication protruding from Mr. Skinner’s jacket pockets,” the officer alleged. The value of the medication was around $64. Skinner allegedly stated that he bought the medication at CVS in Boston but didn’t have a receipt, had no money, and admitted to being unemployed. Another officer checked the lot numbers of the medication and matched them to Walgreen’s numbers. A check of Skinner found a default warrant for shoplifting and he was arrested. The headphones were allegedly found in his sleeve.

Nilton Pechejosvski, 32, of Stoneham, was arrested at 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 25, and charged with unlicensed operation and failure to stop for a stop sign. An officer on Newton Street observed a white van approach the intersection with Goddard Avenue but didn’t stop at the stop sign. The vehicle was pulled over later on Newton Street. When asked for a license, Pechejosvski gave the officer a Brazilian passport and the vehicle registration. A check of his name revealed a past citation from the RMW and he was arrested.

Robert Desautels, 32, of Harvard, was arrested at 2:06 a.m. on Feb. 26, for operating after suspension. While on Heath Street, an officer performed a random query on a vehicle that drove by. The information came back with the driver having a suspended status. The vehicle was pulled over at Woodland Road. Desautels’ license was reportedly suspended on Jan. 7, and he was arrested.

Carlos Bermudez-Glean, 19, of Roxbury, was arrested at 1:28 a.m. on Feb. 26, and charged with operating with a suspended license and other traffic offenses. While on Boylston Street an officer clocked a vehicle going 54 mph in a 30 zone. The vehicle was pulled over near Brighton road. The driver, Bermudez-Glean, was unable to produce a vehicle registration and a check with RMV revealed that his license was suspended. He was arrested and charged. 

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