The following arrest report is based on reports for Aug. 28 through Sept. 2. Look for incident reports each Tuesday and Friday. And arrest logs as they arrive via Brookline Police. Suspects are innocent until proven guilty. And an arrest does not imply conviction.
Monday, Aug. 28
Malicious Damage: Blake Raphael, 29, of Steadman Street was arrested and charged at 11:48 a.m. at his home on a warrant out of Brookline District Court for two counts of malicious damage and one count of disorderly conduct.
Tuesday, Aug. 29
CVS Shoplifting: Quentrie Familia, 34, Homeless was arrested and charged at 9:14 a.m. with shoplifting and giving a false name to police hair care products from the CVS on Harvard Street. After police caught up with him they found two bottles of Paul Mitchell soothing silk conditioner shampoo, and six bottles of Bio shock silk conditioner shampoo (worth $233.67.) in his front sweatshirt pocket.
Thursday, Aug. 31
Not me, ok, maybe it’s me: Aida Nunez, 51 of Dorchester, was arrested and charged at 9:59 a.m. on a warrant out of South Boston on traffic related offenses after an officer randomly queried a car in traffic near Cypress and Boylston streets. A hit came back showing the registered driver was wanted on a possible warrant and had a photo of Nunez. When the officer pulled the car over and told the driver why she’d stopped them, the woman in the passenger told the officer she was not Nunez though the officer thought she looked very much like the woman in the photograph. Later the passenger gave police her licence, which showed her to actually be Nunez.
Friday, Sept. 1
Check your inspection stickers: Michael Shumay, 34, of Dorchester was arrested and charged at 12:32 a.m. with driving on a revoked license and not getting his car inspected after an officer spotted his expired inspection sticker driving near the intersection of Beacon and St. Mary’s streets.
Saturday, Sept. 2
Stolen moped: Rafalin Stalin, 20, of Roxbury, was arrested and charged at 8:04 a.m. with Receiving Stolen Property Over $250.00 when an officer thought it suspicious that he was at the Mobile gas station on Harvard Street with a moped held together with duck tape and no helmet or key to the ignition. When an officer ran the VIN number of the moped it came back as reported stolen a week ago.