Bangor Police Seek Transient In Connection With Local Man’s Killing
Police are seeking a man in connection with a homicide investigation surrounding the death of 40-year-old Jason Moody of Bangor.
Detectives are attempting to locate Donald Galleck, 29, to speak with him about Moody's death. Mr. Galleck is listed as a transient and is believed to be in the Bangor or Old Town area.
At approximately 10:40 p.m. on Sunday, Bangor police officers responded to the intersection of Center and Cumberland Streets for a report of an injured male. Officers discovered Jason Moody, 40, of Bangor, unconscious in the street, apparently due to the result of an altercation with another individual. Moody was transported to Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical where he died on November 13, as a result of his injuries.
Moody was a well known musician and bassist for the metal band, Seize the Vatican.
Detectives from the Bangor Police Criminal Investigation Division are currently investigating this incident at the direction of the State of Maine Attorney General’s Office. An autopsy was completed at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner and the manner of death was determined to be Homicide.
Anyone has information related to this incident or the whereabouts of Mr. Galleck, is asked to contact the Bangor Police Department.