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Gary, Indiana police department last week arrested a man who they say broke into an apartment and tried to keep a 6-year-old girl he claimed was his daughter-but she wasn’t.
Benjamin Dillon, 37, was in the house, in Lebanon, in a town about 30 miles north-west of the city of Indianapolis, in, June 3, and are said to be said to the little girl inside was his daughter.
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“I was in a deep sleep in my bed, and this guy was kicking in, and he said,” You are my daughter,'” Patty Roth, the girl’s grandmother, told WXIN. “I was nervous, very nervous. I was shaking so bad.”
Benjamin Dillon, 37, was arrested last week after allegedly breaking into an apartment and trying to set up a 6-year-old girl.
(The Boone County Sheriff’s Office)
As the child lay sleeping in a back bedroom when the incident unfolded. She said that the police were called as well as her husband tried to get Dillon out of the apartment.
Dillon was said to have been aggressive and threatened the police when they arrived. Does the police allegedly tased Dillon “several times.”
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“I don’t know why he took us to the apartment. I’ll never figure that one out,” Roth said.
The lebanon Police Department is not a direct return Fox News’ request for comment. According to online records from the Boone County Sheriff’s Office, Dillion faces a bunch of charges, including counts of burglary, harassment and resisting law enforcement.