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Author Topic: Butterfly Knife Burglar  (Read 1265 times)

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Butterfly Knife Burglar
« on: November 02, 2005, 07:42:24 AM »

Bangor Daily News (Maine)
Newport police arrest alleged intruder
by Sharon Mack
 
A local man was arrested early Sunday after he reportedly broke into an apartment carrying a (butterfly) knife and then fought with the police officer who showed up to investigate.

Douglas Guerrette, 22, was charged with criminal trespass, Newport Police Chief Len MacDaid said Sunday, and charges are pending for resisting arrest and carrying a dangerous weapon.

Guerrette was very intoxicated, MacDaid said, when he left Lucky's Tavern on Route 2 in Newport just before midnight Saturday.

Guerrette was walking down Route 2 and broke into the apartment of a 48-year-old woman at Eastville Village, west of Lucky's, MacDaid said. Guerrette did not know the woman in the apartment, who was sleeping when Guerrette entered. of a 48-year-old woman at Eastville Village, west of Lucky's, [Len MacDaid] said. Guerrette did not know the woman in the apartment, who was sleeping when Guerrette entered.

MacDaid said the man's intent is unclear but he was carrying a butterfly knife and bolted the door behind him after he entered. The tenant woke up, hid in a back room and dialed 911, remaining on the line during the entire incident. "She was absolutely terrified," MacDaid said.

Newport Officer Kevin Wintle responded to the call but was unable to gain entry to the apartment until a neighbor, who had been trusted with a spare key by the tenant, came to his aid.

Once the door was opened, however, Guerrette began fighting with the officer. Despite having requested backup officers from around the county to assist, Wintle was alone at the scene. He still was able to subdue Guerrette.

"This was a very dangerous situation," MacDaid said. "He handled himself extremely well."

Guerrette was arrested and taken to Penobscot County Jail in Bangor where he remained Sunday afternoon. 
 

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