Police in Maine have arrested a 23-year-old man for the tried housebreaking of the house of UFC president Dana White. Authorities obtained ideas after video footage of the suspect was shared via social media.
In a information launch, the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Workplace stated that within the early morning hours of Monday, officers obtained a report of an tried housebreaking and responded to the property owned by White, which was occupied on the time of the incident.
White has been the president of the Final Combating Championship (UFC) since 2001. The Las Vegas-based firm is the biggest MMA promotion firm on this planet and affords in style pay-per-view combating occasions. In response to Forbes, UFC posted its finest monetary 12 months in its historical past in 2022, and its proprietor, Endeavor, is now in search of to merge with WWE to kind a separate publicly traded firm.
Officers didn’t say if White was the occupant on the time of the tried housebreaking, however officers stated the occupant didn’t have contact with the suspect concerned.
The suspect, who has been recognized as Brady Cooper of Glenburn, Maine, fled the world in a car earlier than the primary officer arrived. “The deputies were able to meet with a property manager and secure video footage of the suspect along with other evidence,” the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Workplace stated.
White posted video on Instagram this week of a suspect making an attempt to interrupt down his door. The video reveals a person kicking on the door a number of occasions, and after failing he takes intention on the doorbell digicam earlier than working off. The video caption stated: “2500 dollars to the first person to let the police in Levant know who this Moron is.”
“When the video was shared through social media platforms, several tips were submitted to the Sheriff’s Office,” officers stated, with out specifying what the ideas have been and what platforms the video had been shared on.
Authorities processed the data and proof and arrested Cooper, who has been charged with “two criminal offenses,” the police assertion stated.