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Disinvited guest threatens to kill host, leaves, returns through window

October 9, 2018

STAMFORD - A 24-year-old New York City man has been arrested for allegedly threatening to kill a woman after she asked him to leave her apartment Monday morning.

Akeem R. Walker, was arrested for second-degree threatening, disorderly conduct, third-degree burglary and interfering with police. He is being held on a $5,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in Stamford Superior Court on Tuesday.

According to police, Officer Michael Longo was working an extra duty assignment in the area of 1100 Hope St. when he heard a call dispatched over the police radio for a loud argument occurring at a nearby apartment.

The report said a male was arguing with a female and she had called the police because he had re-entered her apartment through a window.

Walker was initially an invited guest at a Hope Street residence, but he got into an argument when he was told it was time for him to leave.

“Walker threatened the kill the victim. but then left the residence only to then climb back in through a window, only leaving when he saw the victim calling the police. He was arguing with the victim when approached by Officer Longo,” police said.

Longo spotted the suspect, but the suspect refused his commands to stop.

Unfortunately for the suspect, Officer Thomas Comerford was also working an extra duty assignment on Hope Street near Mulberry Street and he detained the subject as he was attempting to elude Longo.

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