N.H. Man Arrested Near Boston Hospital’s Helipad
( Boston, Massachusetts ) - A New Hampshire man who police say was wearing body armor and carrying a handgun as he lingered near Boston Medical Center’s helicopter pad is heading to court.
41 year old Brad Clarke of Pelham is scheduled to be arraigned today on charges including trespassing and unlawful possession of a firearm. Police say the 41-year-old Clarke, holding binoculars, was approached by Boston University police Saturday as he stood near Boston Medical Center's helipad. When the officer asked "Can I help you," Clarke replied "just enjoying my civil liberties."
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