09-18-2005, 02:59 PM #1
Home invaders turn heel when ‘confronted’ inside
Two men broke into a Channel Lane home Friday night but “fled immediately” when “confronted” by the homeowner, police said.
Sgt. Pat Sullivan said no further information was being released yesterday because detectives are still gathering evidence in the case. He would not comment when asked if the homeowner confronted them with a gun and would not name the homeowner.
In a news release, police said the men “fled immediately upon being confronted by the homeowner.”
A surveillance camera is mounted above and to the right of the main entrance of his beige sided home situated along the Piscataquog River.
A “No Trespassing” sign is posted on a white picket fence in front of the residence while a decal, with a drawing of a hand holding a revolver pointed outward at a caller, warns:
If you are found here
You will be found here
Neighbor Mary Lou Parker of 22 Channel Lane said she was working when police were at Boisvert’s home Friday night. Her son, she said, told her about it.
In another incident described as a home invasion Thursday, a Fremont man was shot to death at 80 Pine St. in Rochester. The Attorney General’s Office has not commented on reports that the man was shot after he broke into the home.
An autopsy revealed that Bryan Gaedtke, 21, died from a single gunshot to the chest.
The residence is the home of Geoff and Jocelynn Hamann and their two children.
The death was ruled a homicide, but Assistant Attorney General Peter Odom said that does not necessarily mean criminal charges will be brought; rather, the term means one human killed another human.
http://www.theunionleader.com/articl...?article=60557Just when I think that I have seen the most depraved things a human can do to another human, somebody posts a new story...........
Why is it that when a custodial parent fails to provide for a child it is called neglect and is a criminal matter. But when a non custodial parent fails to provide it is called failure to support and is a civil matter?
"Just when the caterpillar thought its world was over, it became a butterfly" ~ Michelle Knight
09-18-2005, 06:51 PM #2
It's a sad state of affairs when homeowners have to resort to this. Is no one safe in their home anymore? We live in an upscale neighborhood. I was shocked to turn on the TV and read the paper to see that just a few streets over, a home was broken into. It was 6:00 AM, the homeowner, a 51 yr. old man, heard a noise downstairs. When he went downstairs, a man, dressed in a black Ninja outfit, confronted him with a gun. He tied the homeowner up with a rope(I haven't figured out yet how he did that) and held the gun on him, only making off with the man's wallet and a jar full of change.
The robber gained entrance by removing the screen on the sliding patio door, then smashing the glass completely with a rock. The police told me that if someone really wants to get in, they will. I can tell you that ever since, the entire neighborhood is lit up like New Year's Eve! My hubby leaves home at 5:30 AM, and believe me, all the lights here are blazing until the sun comes up.
Just a couple weeks before that, we had the DishTV people come and install their system. I had only been home from the hospital a couple hours. Hubby was upstairs with the supervisor. Unbeknownst to me, the "worker" was downstairs in our kitchen, supposedly setting up that unit. It wasn't until the next day that I discovered my entire wallet - and housekeys - were missing. That was a very scary thought - and I am still picking up the pieces of replacing what was in my wallet.
The following week, someone got into my hubby's car (parked in the driveway) and stole his cell phone, the entire hands free system, and some loose change.
Let's just say, we now keep the .38 in a convenient place!
09-18-2005, 06:55 PM #3Former Member
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Wow Sniffy - thats awful
Our house was robbed a couple of months ago - so we had a security system installed.
Paul is going away for a golf trip to Scotland this month, I will have that sucker on 24/7
09-18-2005, 08:49 PM #4Registered User
Originally Posted by mysteriew
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