Boston Police report arresting a Hyde Park man on charges he smashed his way into two nurses' cars at the Children's Hospital garage earlier this month.
Tomongo Bey, 53, already facing charges in Middlesex County of smashing his way into four cars, was arrested at his home today on charges of felony breaking and entering of a vehicle in the daytime and vandalism, police say.
Police say that sometime on April 11, Bey broke into two cars on the garage's fourth floor. One nurse reported "the front driver’s side window had been smashed and the door panel had been damaged as well," and that a wallet containing gift cards and her insurance car had been taken. The other reported " the front passenger’s window had been smashed and her car had been damaged extensively" and that missing was her purse, which contained sunglasses, Apple AirPods and her checkbook.
The Suffolk County District Attorney's office asked for bail of $7,000; reports that Roxbury Municipal Court Judge David Weingarten released him on personal recognizance. However, he won't be going home; he was ordered held without bail on the Middlesex County charges.
Bey also faced motor-vehicle break-in charges in 2009.