Massachusetts man accused of breaking into Charlie Baker’s residence


A 59-year-old Danvers man is accused of breaking into Gov. Charlie Baker’s Swampscott home in the midst of the day final week, whereas the governor’s spouse and daughter have been residence.

Lane Forman apparently broke into the house — as Baker’s state police safety element was parked exterior — by opening an unlocked door that led to the kitchen, based on WBZ and court docket data figuring out Forman because the suspect.

Forman left behind a letter for the governor, WBZ added.

The incident occurred whereas first girl Lauren Baker and her daughter have been residence.

A spokeswoman for the Essex District Legal professional’s Workplace stated Forman was arraigned final Wednesday for breaking and coming into within the daytime. Forman pleaded not responsible, and bail was set at $5,000.

He was ordered to avoid Baker and his household, and a decide ordered Forman to endure a competency analysis.

The decide’s order included carrying a GPS — with the governor’s home and Monument Avenue as exclusion zones.

Forman’s subsequent court docket date is Nov. 4.

Baker’s workplace referred remark to Massachusetts State Police.

A state police spokesman stated in a press release, “For safety causes, the Massachusetts State Police don’t launch particulars about government safety operations.”

This incident comes within the wake of one other man being ordered to avoid the governor’s Swampscott residence.

Domingos DaRosa, a Roxbury activist who’s a part of a bunch pushing for extra motion to wash up the “Methadone Mile” stretch of the South Finish, is now forbidden from going inside 100 yards of Baker’s home on Monument Avenue after he put used syringes in entrance of Baker’s home.

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