UPDATE: He has a pre-court date set, with bail set at around $7500. As of now, he has not made bail. Other bail conditions include wearing an ankle monitor and taking his medications, which he had not taken at the time.
An East Boston man accused of sparking a wild foot chase, during which he allegedly hid under a homeowner's bed, is expected to be arraigned in court Tuesday.
Harry Castillo is accused of leading police on a chase through Brookline and Mission Hill Monday afternoon.
Brookline Police received a called about a suspicious man looking into the entrances of buildings.
When officers confronted Castillo in the area of Sterns Road and Saint Paul Street, he reportedly took off.
A police dog tracked him to a home, but they couldn't find him.
Shortly after, a woman said she saw his foot under a bed. The woman who found him told necn off-camera that the suspect came through an unlocked door in her Brookline home, while her adult son was inside the basement.
That sparked the chase through Brookline and Mission Hill.
Castillo was eventually arrested outside an assisted living complex on South Huntington Street.
"When I saw him, I thought he might have been going into see somebody in that apartment building," said Anna Carrara, a resident in the complex.
"But when I seen [sic] the police, I said 'Oh no'."
Castillo is facing multiple charges including breaking and entering with intent to commit felony, resisting arrest, larceny, and receiving stolen property.
It's not clear if he has an attorney.