11 ELIOT ST
On or about 07/09/2014 20:23
(94C/34/C)DRUG, POSSESS CLASS B c94C S34 (94C/32A/G)DRUG, POSSESS TO DISTRIB CLASS B c94C S32A (9/96)VCO POSSESSION OF DANGEROUS WEAPONS, SCO 9 96
[ NO PERSONS ]
[ NO VEHICLES ]
STATUS NAME SEX
DEFENDANT MORRISEY, MARQUILLE EULLY MALE ADDRESS: 9 OLIVER STREET EVERETT, MA
RACE AGE DOB
OFFICER REPORT: 14022508 – 1 / COSTA, J (301)
DATE/TIME OF REPORT
TYPE OF REPORT
The following is a brief summary of the facts that pertain to incident #14022508.
On 07/09/2014 I was assigned to marked unit East 2. At approximately 20:23 hrs, while on routine patrol traveling down Ivaloo Street onto Park Street, Which are public ways in the city of Somerville, I observed Marquille Morrisey (DOB 1/04/1988) who I knew from prior Knowledge (crime bulletin emails), had an outstanding warrant for a assault that occurred on 07/04/14 (See incident #14021770) walking down Park Street then taking a left onto Elliot Street. Marquille who was carrying a back pack on his left shoulder with a big clear trash bag on his right shoulder continued to walk down Elliot Street as I then took a right off of Ivaloo Street onto Park Street, and then taking a left onto Elliot Street where I stopped my cruiser at 11 Elliot Street. I then radioed dispatch my location and for dispatch to start me another unit.
I then stepped out of my cruiser and advised Marquille Morrisey to have a seat on the side walk because I wanted to speak to him. Moments later marked unit East 3 Officer Pasqualino, Sgt. Brennan, Sgt Chaille, Detective Defronzo and west 5 Jean Jacques arrived on scene. Then given the fact that Marquille has a significant history of violent offenses including firearm charges, I handcuffed him for our safety as he was sitting on the curb. I then radioed Somerville control to confirm the warrant, Shortly after Somerville control then confirmed the active warrant and I advised Marquille that he had a active warrant for his arrest.
I then asked Marquille if he had any sharp objects on him before I searched him for inventory purposes. Marquille advised me that he had a knive on him but was not sure what pocket. I then searched Marquille’s left side cargo short pocket where I located several clear bags of a white rocky substance believed to be Crack Cocaine. I then searched Marquille right side cargo short pocket, where I located several white pills in a clear bag, also on his right side cargo short pocket I located a brown prescription bottle, label removed with several orange pills, and also located a small clear bag containing several white and brown capsules. I then located 2 cell phones and a Black six inch folding knive with a white clip with a serrated edge in his top right short pocket. Due to my training and experience, as well the collective training and experience of other officers at the scene, I opined the cellular phones, along with the narcotics found on Marquille, are those associated in the illegal sale and distribution of controlled substances.
Please refer to detective McNally supplemental reports regarding all Evidence/contraband that was collected.
Marquille was then transported to Somerville Police Headquarters via marked unit 200, Officer Sousa, where he was booked in the usual manner by the Sgt. Macarelli.
Officer Jason Costa #301