Luke Goroshko, 32, of Medford, was arrested at 2:27 p.m. on Feb. 24, in Brookline, on an operating with a suspended license. He was also cited for expired inspection sticker and operating after suspension. Goroshko was then arrested again at 7:10 p.m. on March 1, in Concord and charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.
According to a Brookline Police arrest report, an officer monitoring traffic on Harvard Street saw a green Jeep Wrangler operating with an expired inspection sticker – November 2013 – and began to follow the vehicle. The Jeep was stopped at the intersection with Green Street.
When asked for a license and registration, the driver, Goroshko reportedly handed the items to the officer but gave him a warning about the license. A check, according to the report, yielded suspended privileges on Nov. 26, 2013, for three surchargeable events. Goroshko was then arrested.
Later, the passenger of the Jeep was allowed to take the vehicle from the scene.
In the Concord arrest, Goroshko was stopped while driving on Walden Street.
Editor’s note: The following post was derived from information supplied by the Brookline and Concord Police Departments. It does not indicate a conviction.