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Killackey arrest

Somerville Police Department
SOMERVILLE, MA
Incident # / Report # Officer Rank Review Status
13044988 / 1 PAVAO B PATROLMAN APPROVED

INCIDENT #13044988 DATA
As Of 12/06/2013 10:29:32

Basic Information
Case Title Location Apt/Unit #

KILLACKEY, JAMES 400 SOMERVILLE AVE
Date/Time Reported Date/Time Occurred
12/06/2013 10:07:04 On or about 12/06/2013 10:07
Incident Type(s)/Offense(s)
(266/120)TRESPASS c266 S120
(268/32B)RESISTING ARREST c268 S32B
(272/53/F)DISORDERLY CONDUCT c272 S53

Persons
Role Name Sex Race Age DOB Phone
BASKET, MARKET (HOME)
ADDRESS: 400 SOMERVILLE AVE SOMERVILLE, MA (CELL)

REPORTING PERSON 11/20/1964 (HOME)
ADDRESS: 400 SOEMRVILLE AVE SOMERVILLE, MA (CELL)

Offenders
Status Name Sex Race Age DOB Phone
DEFENDANT KILLACKEY, JAMES FRANCIS MALE WHITE 30 06/21/1983 (HOME)
ADDRESS: 66 FIFTH STREET CAMBRIDGE, MA (CELL)
[ NO VEHICLES ]

[ NO PROPERTY ]

OFFICER REPORT: 13044988 – 1 / PAVAO B (318)
Date/Time of Report Type of Report Review Status
12/06/2013 10:29:29 INCIDENT APPROVED

Narrative
The following is a brief summary of the facts as they pertain to case number 13044988.

On the morning of Friday, December 6, 2013 I was assigned to marked unit E-2. with Officer Pasqualino. At approximately 9:40 hours, we were dispatched to 400 Somerville Ave (Market Basket) for a report of a white male wearing a black coat drinking alcoholic beverages behind the building. Upon our arrival we were met by the reporting party , rp is a manager at Market Basket. rp stated that there was a man behind the store drinking alcoholic beverages. rp also went on to say that he asked Mr. Killackey to leave the property and he refused. Upon speaking to Mr. Killackey he was advised of the trespassing law at that time he was compliant and left the property.

After clearing the original call we received a call at 10:07 hours to return to the Market Basket for a report of a white male wearing a black coat, in the store causing a commotion. Upon our arrival at the Market Basket we observed Mr. Killackey yelling and flailing his arms at register number 1, preventing the other customers from checking out of the store. Just moments before Mr. Killackey was advised if he returned to the property he would be arrested for trespassing. While attempting to put Mr, Killackey in handcuffs he repeatedly pulled away and would not comply with my verbal commands. Unit 200 was requested to transport him to the Somerville police station to be booked in the usual manner by the shift commander Sgt. J. Marino.

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