Attempted Burglary at UFC President’s Home Leads to Arrest

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A 23-year-old man, Brady Cooper of Glenburn, Maine, has been arrested following an attempted burglary at the home of UFC president Dana White. The Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office reported that they responded to an attempted burglary report at White’s property in the early morning hours of Monday. Although it’s unclear if White was present during the incident, officials stated that there was no contact between the occupant and the intruder.

White, who has headed the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) since 2001, posted a video on Instagram showing a man attempting to break down his door. The intruder is seen unsuccessfully kicking the door multiple times before targeting the doorbell camera and fleeing. White offered a $2,500 reward for information leading to the intruder’s identity.

Following the video’s circulation on social media, the Sheriff’s Office received several tips that eventually led to Cooper’s arrest. He has been charged with two criminal offenses.

Chris Morris
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