Five arrested for drugs at Shoreline concert

Dead and Company, a spin off of the Grateful Dead, includes from left John Mayer, Bill Kreutzmann and Bob Weir. Filmmagic photo.

Daily Post Staff Writer

The Mountain View police arrested five people on suspicion of possessing LSD, magic mushrooms and MDMA for sale at Shoreline Amphitheatre during a concert of Dead and Company, a Grateful Dead spin-off featuring three members of the original band.

Arrested between 12:40 p.m. and 6:45 p.m. on Saturday (June 1) were two transients — Nigel Brokaw, 30, and Adam Yazzie, 35 — along with Tina Boguhn, 46, of Boulder, Colo., Amanda Burris, 33, of Lincoln, Calif., and Trevor Munroe, 32, of Oroville, Calif.

Brokaw allegedly had more than 100 doses of LSD and almost a gram of mushrooms.

He was arrested on suspicion of selling drugs, possessing psilocybin — the active ingredient in mushrooms — and possessing drugs for sale. Yazzie was arrested on suspicion of possessing LSD for sale and for allegedly failing to register as a sex offender.

Boguhn allegedly had more than 10 grams of molly, a crystalline powder form of MDMA. She was arrested on suspicion of possessing drugs for sale.

Burris and Munroe were arrested on suspicion of possessing LSD for sale. Brokaw is being held at the Elmwood Correctional Facility in Milpitas on $40,000 bail, while Yazzie is being held at the Santa Clara County Main Jail in San Jose on $36,000 bail. Boguhn and Munroe are both being held at Elmwood on $35,000 bail.


  1. this is sad that the cops concerned themselves with this rather than just working to ensure the safety of the concertgoers.

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