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Brookline Police find 'Molly' during drug arrest

Posted by Brock Parker  September 4, 2013 04:12 PM

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Brookline Police made two arrests and found the drug “Molly” in car that was pulled over Saturday when police suspected the occupants were smoking marijuana.

Kyle Dussourd, 30, of Brighton, whom police said was a passenger in the vehicle, was charged with possession of the Class B drug Molly, which is the powder form of Ecstasy. He was also charged with possession of a class E drug and cited for possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, according to a police report.

Police said Dussourd had two clear pill casings containing a brown crystal substance that the arresting officer recognized as the drug “Molly” because of the recent overdose and death of a patron at the House of Blues in Boston and a flyer published by the Boston Regional Intelligence Center about the drug, according to a police report.

The driver of the vehicle, Jillian Manos, 22, of Danvers, was charged with possession of a class B drug, Oxycodone, and was also cited with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.

Brookline Police stopped the car being driven by Manos shortly after 7 p.m. Saturday near the intersection of Commonwealth Avenue and Pleasant Street after police smelled burning marijuana coming from the vehicle and saw a something that was smoking being passed between the passengers.

When police inquired about the joint or blunt they had seen being passed in the car, Manos handed over the burnt marijuana cigarette, according to the police report. Police discovered a warrant for Dussourd’s arrest on motor vehicle offenses out of Lynn District Court, and after placing him under police searched him and found the “Molly” along with Bupropion and other drug paraphernalia, according to police.

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