The following arrest report is based on reports for Sept. 4 through 6. Look for weekday incident reports each Saturday, weekend reports each Monday, and arrest logs each Tuesday on Brookline Patch. Suspects are innocent until proven guilty.
Tuesday, Sept. 4
- Receiving stolen property under $250 – Around 3:15 p.m., St Mary's Court, police were investigating suspicious activity in an area which has seen a few bike thefts recently. An officer saw three people they believe were riding and working on stolen bikes, and noted that they were violating bike-related town bylaws. When police attempted to speak with them, they tried to run away--one split off and got away on foot. Both of the kids were arrested and charged with juvenile delinquency: receiving stolen property and disorderly conduct, as well as bylaw bike citations for riding on sidewalks and not wearing helmets.
- Possession of a class A drug – Marilyn Sears, 48, of New Bedford, AKA Debra Magoon. Police arrested and charged a woman with possession of heroin at about 10:30 p.m. after a call from Perry Street about an unwanted person on the premises. Police report that the subject ran into a parking lot, dropped a piece of paper on the ground, which police found contained heroin.
Wednesday. Sept. 5
Disorderly person – 20-year-old Katherine McClusky of Cambridge. An officer patrolling Coolidge Corner around 2 a.m. saw a man helping a woman who appeared to be intoxicated. The man told police he was dating the woman, who they later identified as McClusky, and was trying to find a cab home. He said he would be responsible for getting her home from a concert. While talking to police, she called out to passing cars, causing some of them to stop. Police called EMS because of her level of intoxication, and because she was trying to run into the street. Officers attempted to restrain her, but she began flailing, screaming, punching and yelling obscenities--kicking one of the officers in the groin. She was arrested and charged with assaulting a police officer, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
Thursday, Sept. 6
Possession of a class A drug – Allston man, 26-year-old Tomi Uyehara. Officers were investigating reports of narcotic activity at 1064 Beacon Street. Police saw a man with a backpack enter the apartment, greeted by the apartment owner who is known to the officers. Through a window, police were able to see two men snorting substances. After a while, the visitor left the apartment and got into his vehicle, which police stopped a short distance away, at around 11:15 p.m. While searching his backpack, they located a vial of pills and what appeared to be heroin. The driver, Uyehara, was arrested and charged with possession of a class A drug and conspiracy to violate the drug law.