A Massachusetts man surprised authorities early Tuesday morning when they observed him trying to break into a Boston Police station.
According to police, officers watched Michael Naughton, 24, “violently pull” on a locked door to a garage to a police station, then enter the secured zone, WBZ-TV reported.
When they approached the 24-year-old, they say he became angry and scolded the officers, telling them to exit his home. Officers informed the Somerville man that he was in fact at a police station, but that didn’t help and he allegedly became angrier.
Eventually, authorities were able to detain Naughton and place him in handcuffs.
He was arrested and charged with breaking and entering as well as resisting arrest, WBZ-TV reported.
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