Editor's note: One person's name was removed from this report because his charges were dismissed. Two more men have been caught up in the phony Craigslist ad trap set up by the Brookline Police Department.
Michael Grady, 48, of North Quincy, was arrested at a. On Feb. The two reportedly agreed to meet near the inbound side of the Brookline Village T stop.
At the time, the detective reported that there were a of people waiting for the train. But once the train came to the stop and people boarded, Grady allegedly waited behind.
Detectives introduced themselves to him and he was placed under arrested. Other detectives were briefed about the case and were strategically ased around the meeting location. At about p.
A Ford Escape reportedly entered the parking lot of the location driving slow with police believing that the driver wasn't familiar with the surroundings since he was constantly turning his head and looking around. The vehicle exited the parking lot and another detective initiated a traffic stop.
Other evidence taken from him included a cellphone, laptop, thong underwear, condoms, and lubricants. Editor's note: The following story was derived from information supplied by Brookline District Court.
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