This accused burglar probably picked the incorrect house

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Source:   —  June 19, 2017, at 5:06 PM

C., home, police said. John Alexander Bracken, twenty-eight, faces charges of burglary and injury to genuine and personal property, reports .

This accused burglar probably picked the incorrect house

An accused burglar came out worse for wear Saturday night after trying to crack into a Carolina Beach, N. C., home, police said.

John Alexander Bracken, twenty-eight, faces charges of burglary and injury to genuine and personal property, reports .

Police responding to a report of a break-in at ninth p. m. Saturday found Bracken lying in the home’s front yard. Bracken had kicked in the front door of the residence and a fight broke out when the resident came to investigate, police said. The resident was uninjured, but the same can’t be said for Bracken, going by his police mug shot.

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