2 Midshipmen Charged In Separate Incidents

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP)Annapolis police say two Naval Academy midshipmen have been arrested in separate incidents.

Early Thursday, police arrived at a home on Regent street to find a man dressed in a midshipman’s uniform lying in the woods behind the home.

The homeowner said the man kicked in the sliding glass door and entered his house.

Twenty-two-year-old Michael Christopher Guadagnini was charged with fourth-degree burglary.

Earlier Thursday morning, a homeowner reported that some had a window at her house.

William Jacob Johnson, 22, was charged with malicious destruction of property.

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  1. pigeon says:

    They should be immediaately kicked out of the Academy and made to pay tuition for the education they received while there. I “paid” for that education and want a “refund”. And to think they were going to be officers in our armed services defending this country – Lord help us!

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