BOSTON (CBS) – The final of three suspects wanted for breaking into New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski's house while he was at the Super Bowl was arrested in Maine.
Shayne Denn, 26, was taken into custody by the Franklin County Sheriff's Office. Denn will likely be extradited to Massachusetts in the near future to face charges related to the break-in.
Thursday morning around 7 a.m., a resident reported suspicious behavior in Chesterville, Maine. A man and woman were attempting to force their way into a home.
When police approached Denn, he gave a false name and birthday. After a search of the grey sedan the pair was in, officers found several stolen items.
Denn was arrested for operating without a license. While in cutody, Denn told police his true identity.
He is now charged with being a fugitive from justice and giving false name and address. Maine police say additional charges are pending.
Foxboro Police said Denn, Eric Tyrrell and Anthony Almeida broke into Gronkowski's home and stole several items, including rare coins, watches and several guns.
In addition, Denn was wanted for a wild crime spree in Wilmington, Tewksbury and Andover. Denn allegedly robbed a gas station, crashed a stolen truck, and slammed a truck into the front of a Wilmington business within a span of several hours.
Both Tyrrell and Almeida were arrested and charged in connection with the Gronkowski burglary in late March.
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