On January 7, 2014 at approximately 11:38 am the Billerica Police Department received a call from a resident on Monticello Circle claiming that there was a suspicious male on their back deck. While en route, Officer Michelle Glavin observed a male matching the description of the suspicious person on Heritage Rd. Officer Glavin made contact with the male, Michael Nadolny, and inquired where he was coming from. Mr. Nadolny responded that he had just finished a run. At the time, there was no evidence that Nadolny had been running or exerting himself.
Sergeant Gualtieri, Officer Rayne and Officer Parker arrived at the scene and a warrant check was performed. Officers were advised that there was, in fact, an active arrest warrant for Mr. Nadolny. Upon learning of his imminent arrest, Mr. Nadolny took off running into a back yard and attempted to scale a rock wall before Officer Rayne was able to stop him. Sergeant Gualtieri and Officer Rayne were both subjected to punches and kicks from Nadolny while trying to place him in handcuffs. Nadolny was eventually handcuffed successfully. Both Gualtieri and Rayne sustained some bumps and bruises but no one, including Nadolny, sustained any serious injuries.
Michael Nadolny, 27, formally of Farm St. Billerica, is charged with:
- Assault & battery on a Police Officer
- Assault & battery with dangerous weapon (shod foot)
- Resisting arrest
Mr. Nadolny had no legitimate reason to be at the Monticello residence.