Defendant who did not physically resist his arrest arising out of a domestic violence incident could not be convicted of disorderly conduct based solely on his loud and angry tirade, which included profanities, directed at police officers as he was being escorted to police cruiser, even if spectators gathered to watch defendant
; defendant did not make any threats or engage in violence, and his speech did not constitute fighting words. Com. v. Mallahan
(2008) 72 Mass.App.Ct. 1103, 889 N.E.2d 77, 2008 WL 2404550.