2 suspects arraigned in Bridgeport home invasionPosted: Updated:
Two suspects in a Bridgeport home invasion were arraigned today.
As News 12 reported, the two suspects allegedly attempted to burglarize a home on Ogden Street when they got into a scuffle with the victim. While the two suspects attempted to leave the scene, the victim - who has not been named - told News 12 that he stabbed one of the men and damaged the tires of their getaway car.
One of the suspects was arrested at a nearby garage on Boston Avenue. The other was arrested at a Dunkin' Donuts.
Officials say they found face masks and zip ties belonging to the suspects at the victim's home. News 12 is told the unidentified victim was not harmed during the attack.
David Burns, of Milford, met his bond of $100,000. The other suspect, 36-year-old Philip Mancini, of Stamford, had his bond raised and is being held on $250,000. Mancini is due back in court on Jan. 21.
Police are still investigating why the home was targeted.