From the Norfolk County District Attorney’s Office:
A 33-year-old Quincy man has pled guilty to robbing the TD Bank on Rte. 9 in Wellesley last December and has been ordered to spend the next 4 to 6 years in jail.
“Brian Kalil walked into the bank on December 15, 2013 and presented a note demanding money. He walked out with approximately $1,600 in cash and hopped in the trunk of a Ford Focus to flee the scene,” District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey said.
Kalil was identified by several people through bank surveillance video. “Police were at his door in Quincy four days later, with a search warrant in hand for the premises,” Morrissey said. “He refused to come out of the attic area where he had secreted himself for roughly 9 hours before being flushed out by a police dog.”
In addition to finding the defendant, officers located a Burberry scarf hanging in Kalil’s closet and a set of leather gloves that appear to be those worn in the robbery, as well as $631.00 in cash.
“Assistant District Attorney Craig Kowalski asked for a state prison term of 4 to 6 years, and that was ordered by Judge Kenneth J. Fishman on September 15, 2014,” Morrissey said. “Wellesley PD put together a nice package of evidence, which likely helped shape Mr. Kalil’s decision to admit his guilt.” [Kalil becomes parole eligible after 4 years, and serves no more than 6.]
Kalil’s girlfriend, Nancy Mathieu of Quincy, has been indicted as the getaway driver. Her case remains pending and she enjoys the constitutional presumption of innocence.