TikTok video captures alleged crack-in in Maryland

Pamela G. Knowles

A Maryland woman mentioned she was “prepared, for a handful of times, to die” when her TikTok video captured a guy seemingly breaking into her dwelling very last thirty day period.

Angel Moises Rodriguez-Gomez, 36, was arrested on suspicion of burglary, assault and other costs just after the alleged Nov. 22 split-in.

The female, Hannah Viverette, told NBC Washington that she was recording herself dance when Rodriguez-Gomez climbed to the second-floor balcony of her Hagerstown apartment and opened an unlocked door.

As Viverette ran for the building’s hallway, she yelled at him to get out and wield her cell phone toward him.

The online video demonstrates a gentleman standing in the doorway. He stays there for a few moments just before backing absent and closing the door.

Viverette explained she regarded the male as somebody who had viewed her from his truck and produced advancements toward her.

“I just knew that it wasn’t heading to be fantastic,” she stated NBC Washington.

Rodriguez-Gomez was arrested two days afterwards on suspicion of third- and fourth-diploma burglary, second-degree assault, stalking and destructive destruction of assets, the Hagerstown Police Section stated in a assertion.

Courtroom data exhibit he was introduced on $5,000 bond Nov. 25. The information did not listing a lawyer, and Rodriguez-Gomez didn’t answer to a concept Tuesday in search of remark.

Hagerstown is a town of around 40,000 about 75 miles northwest of Baltimore.

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