The man who allegedly provoked the Attleboro Police to order a "shelter-in-place" for a Jackson St. neighborhood will be back in court Friday.
Richard Galliotte, 19, of Attleboro was arraigned Monday. According to Gregg Miliote, a spokesman for District Attorney Sam Sutter, Galliotte was held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing scheduled for Friday morning.
Galliotte was arrested Friday on Jackson St. after a nearly seven hour standoff. According to police, Galliotte barricaded himself in his home on 8 Jackson St. after sending one victim to Rhode Island Hospital with a non-fatal gunshot wound. It took a SWAT team and a K-9 to take Galliotte into custody.
Police Chief Kyle Heagney said Friday that Galliotte "did not go willingly."
NBC-10 reported that Galliotte may have been involved in a confrontation with the victim related to drug dealing.