BANGOR, Maine (WABI) – A person who initially instructed police he was attacked, is now accused of taking pictures himself after holding his girlfriend captive with a gun.
34-year previous Dustin Francis of Indian Township was discovered laying on the street on Parkview Avenue in Bangor on November seventh, based on Bangor Police.
He reportedly instructed officers he was attacked and stabbed on the street by strangers.
Police noticed that Francis was truly shot. He was taken to the hospital.
As officers have been investigating, a 911 name got here in from Francis’ girlfriend. She instructed police she escaped after being assault and held at gunpoint by Francis.
She reported gunshots have been fired across the house whereas she was stored captive. The girlfriend says she was in a position to escape after being assaulted.
When Bangor police went to analyze, they discovered a number of bullet holes inside the residence, together with one which exited the residence and hit a neighboring constructing.
Francis was taken into custody Monday, after being launched from the hospital. Authorities decided he shot himself.
Francis is now charged with Kidnapping, Home Violence Aggravated Assault, Prison Threatening with a Harmful Weapon, Reckless Conduct and Possession of a Firearm by a Prohibited Individual.
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