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Hagerstown man faces burglary and assault charges

November 17, 2006

A Hagerstown man accused of breaking into a Greencastle Pike apartment, where he allegedly threatened his ex-girlfriend and another man with a knife, was behind bars Wednesday night, a deputy said.

Bryan Keith Mills, 42, of 13580 Cearfoss Pike, is charged with first-degree burglary, third-degree burglary, fourth-degree burglary, three counts of second-degree assault, two counts of first-degree assault, malicious destruction of property worth less than $500 and telephone misuse, according to Washington County District Court records.

Mills allegedly broke into an apartment in the 14100 block of Greencastle Pike in Hagerstown on Tuesday sometime before 1:30 a.m., and threatened a man and a woman in a bedroom with a knife, according to a charging document.

According to the document, Mills asked, "You want some of this," as he allegedly pointed a pocketknife at the couple. The male victim told police Mills allegedly tried to stab him with the knife as he was sleeping.

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After the confrontation, Mills allegedly spit at the woman and another apartment occupant before breaking a window in the apartment and leaving, according to the document.

Before he was arrested, Mills allegedly threatened his ex-girlfriend repeatedly over the telephone, according to the document.

Mills' bond was set at $250,000, according to court records. A deputy said he still was in custody Wednesday night.

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