ARRESTS: Revere Man Booked on Robbery Warrants

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

Gregory Brown, 54, of Dorchester, was arrested at 12:49 p.m. on Feb. 14, and charged with operating after revocation, marked lanes violation, and three default warrants out of Cambridge, Wrentham, and Scarborough, Maine. While monitoring traffic on Harvard Street, an officer reported seeing a 1999 Nissan Altima drive straight in a right-hand only travel lane. The car was pulled over at Sewall Avenue. Brown reportedly didn’t have his license on him but gave the officer his registration. A check of his driving privileges came up as revoked. Dispatch also informed the officer that Brown had two warrants for shoplifting and he was arrested.

Lourenco Pimentel, 20, of Revere, was arrested at 7:51 p.m. on Feb. 17, on numerous warrants. An officer along with a Massachusetts State Trooper arrived at Logan Airport with Pimentel who had been in custody at the Long Detention Center in Conway, SC. Pimentel was booked on two warrants out of Brookline District Court for armed robbery in November 2012, a warrant from Framingham District Court on kidnapping and malicious destruction of property over $250 from October 2012, and an unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle out of Malden District Court in November 2012.

Jermel Wright, 18, of Dorchester, was arrested at 10:24 a.m. on Feb. 18, and charged with speeding, not being duly licensed, and unsafe lane change. While on the West Roxbury Parkway, an officer saw a black Honda SUV reportedly switching lanes while traveling between 45 and 50 mph in a 35 zone. At one point, the CRV nearly hit a jogger running in the road. The vehicle was stopped at the Horace James Rotary. The driver, Wright, gave the vehicle registration to the officer but reportedly didn't have a license. Dispatch revealed that he had a permit to drive and he was arrested. His mother was later cited for allowing an unlicensed person to operate a motor vehicle.

Stephon Brewster, 50, of Dorchester, was arrested at 2:02 p.m. on Feb. 19, and charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. He was also cited for failing safety standards and having a defective brake light. An officer monitoring traffic on Harvard Street saw a vehicle with a defective brake light and a failed inspection sticker. The officer entered the license number into the computer and it stated that the safety standards failure occurred on March 31, 2013. The vehicle was pulled over at Harvard and Pierce streets. Brewster’s information was entered into the computer and his license came back suspended, due to payment default, and he was arrested.

Ali Lindo, 26, of Brighton, was arrested at 12:26 a.m. on Feb. 20, and charged with operating after a license suspension and cited for defective equipment. While stopped at a traffic light on Harvard Street, an officer reported that a Jeep Grand Cherokee was idling loudly in front of the cruiser. The muffler appeared “louder than reasonable” and the Jeep was pulled over at Sewall Avenue. The driver, Lindo, didn’t have his license but gave his information to the officer. A check revealed his driving privileges were suspended (Aug. 4, 2012) and the vehicle came up active/non-renewable to his girlfriend. “On the vehicle’s back seat, in plain view was a muffler canister that was missing from the undercarriage of the vehicle that assumedly was causing the noise,” the officer alleged. The vehicle was later given to the registered owner’s father.

Matthew Kleindienst, 29, of Brookline, was arrested at 2:11 p.m. on Feb. 24, on a warrant. An officer stopped a Mercury Sable on Harvard Street for having an expired inspection sticker. The driver was Kleindienst and while checking his license, a warrant out of Brookline District Court from April 2013, for failure to appear for jury duty. He was arrested and cited for the expired inspection sticker. 


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