This is Jackson Surgrue.
Somehow he’s allowed to still walk the streets, which is strange, because when not sipping rose wine coolers and posing with fluffy puppies, he’s busy doing things, like, stabbing a guy over a bicycle:
“A Framingham man is scheduled to be arraigned in Framingham District Court Wednesday after authorities said he stabbed another man early Wednesday morning.
Police arrested Jackson Sugrue, 21, a little after 1 a.m.
Sugrue and the victim, who know each other, got into an argument around 12:12 a.m. at 1500 Worcester Road about a bicycle and a backpack, police Lt. Jorge Ruiz said.
During the fight, Sugrue stabbed the man in the arm and took off on the bike, the lieutenant said. The man suffered a “superficial” injury and did not go to the hospital.
Police charged Sugrue with armed robbery, assault and battery with a knife and larceny of property worth less than $250.”
No. Fucks. Given.
You know what kind of fella gets feeling kind of stabby over a back pack and bicycle? The same kind of guy who tries breaking in to his neighbor’s house with two open B&E cases, 4 months ago, steals a $500 bicycle from a woman who had stopped to fill out a pizza delivery job application in Framingham.
And was once involved in some sort of drug-fueled altercation that was labeled a hate crime.
“A Framingham man found bloodied and bruised on the ground on Saturday told police that he had been held against his will in a Concord Street apartment without food and water for four days while being beaten, authorities said.
The man he claimed attacked him, Jackson Sugrue, 19, is facing a hate crime charge because during one violent assault he kept referring to the man with homosexual slurs, prosecutor Dylan Krasinski said Monday during Sugrue’s Framingham District Court arraignment.
On Saturday, police went to Kend
all Street at 5:39 p.m. for a report of a man who had been beaten by a bat. They found the 50-year-old man covered with blood, bruises and scratches. He had no shirt or shoes on, just a pair of pants.
“He said he had escaped from an apartment where he had been kept against his will for the past four days,” Krasinski said.
After the man was taken to MetroWest Medical Center in Framingham, he provided more information about what had occurred and who assaulted him. He said he lives in a small apartment beneath the Philadelphia Baptist Church, 259 Concord St., which is where he was being held.
He said he has been “hanging out” with Sugrue for the past few weeks, the prosecutor told the court.
The man told police he is gay and that Sugrue took advantage of him by borrowing money and buying things. On Wednesday, the pair used crack together when Sugrue suddenly became violent.
Sugrue refused to let the man drink or eat while being held captive, Krasinski said. On Saturday, the man was sleeping in his bed when Sugrue grabbed him by the foot and dragged him from the bed onto the floor. Sugrue stepped on the man’s throat, choking him while pinning him to the floor with his foot.
Sugrue then let the victim up, before picking up a coffee table and beginning to strike him repeatedly with it. During the assault, Sugrue kept referencing the man’s sexuality.
“He (Sugrue) kept saying, ‘I know you like me. I know you’re gay,’” said Krasinski. “He kept saying it over and over. The victim believes this is what led to the assault.”
The man finally escaped.
Police arrested Sugrue at his 282 Belknap Road home at 8:46 p.m. Saturday and charged him with a hate crime, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (coffee table), assault and battery and intimidation of a witness.”
Krasinski asked Judge David Cunis to hold Sugrue on $2,500 bail, but Sugrue’s attorney, Kenneth Gross argued for Sugrue’s release.
Gross claimed Sugrue was actually the victim. He said the 50-year-old man was trying to take advantage of his 19-year-old client.
“He (alleged victim) was trying to entice my client to do things that were against his nature,” Gross said.
Sugrue’s parents, Terry and Frank, were shocked and dismayed by the story told by the alleged victim. They spoke with the Daily News on Monday.
“My son is a victim of a 50-year-old man,” said Terry Sugrue. She added the two had known each other for a couple of months and that in the past week, she and her husband had tried to limit the contact between her son and the other man.
Terry said she and her husband had tried to help the other man by doing things like buying him dishes.
“This is someone we tried to help,” said Terry Sugrue. “He became obsessed with my son.”
Jesus, Mary and Joseph, Jackson. Just come out to your parents, already, and put the knife and crackpipe down.
So, that’s cool. Definitely not a threat to public safety or anything. This kid has a well documented history of violent theft and other such assorted crackhead fuckery and every time he gets put in front of a judge he pulls the old “Good kid from a good home with a problem” routine, and gets off with little skin off his teeth. Thank God the judges in Massachusetts are so compassionate. Otherwise they’d be, you know, actually locking violent repeat offenders up or something, so they couldn’t continue to go full stabby McPsycho over a Huffy. That would be terrible.