Police: Man Found Doing Drugs Inside Women’s Bathroom at STD Clinic

Boston Police Department

The following information was supplied by the Boston Police Department. Charges do not indicate convictions.

Police arrested a Brockton man for allegedly doing drugs inside of a women’s bathroom stall at the Boston Medical Center STD clinic on Harrison Avenue.

Officers responded to a call of narcotics activity in the women’s room at 850 Harrison Ave. at 7:30 p.m. on February 7.

On arrival, officers said they located two parties inside a stall, and noticed numerous needle caps on the floor.

Upon searching one suspect, officers said they found a pill bottle containing Clonidine, a sedative drug. 

A background check revealed that the male suspect had two outstanding warrants, one out of Roxbury District Court for possession of a Class C substance with intent to distribute and the other was also out of Roxbury District Court for nine counts of breaking and entering, possession of burglarious tools, trespassing and stealing motor vehicle parts. 

The suspect was medically evaluated for heroin and Klonopin consumption. He was then discharged into police custody.

Officers arrested Thomas Perrotta of 218 Market Street, Brockton and charged him with trespassing, possession of a Class E substance and the two outstanding warrants. 

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