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PD: Man breaks into Hamden home, assaults 2 people

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Reggie Ulmer was arrested after police said he hit the mother of his child's stepfather multiple times and then punch the stepfather's wife in the face after forcibly entering into a Hamden home.  (Hamden Police Department) Reggie Ulmer was arrested after police said he hit the mother of his child's stepfather multiple times and then punch the stepfather's wife in the face after forcibly entering into a Hamden home.  (Hamden Police Department)
HAMDEN, CT (WFSB) -

A 26-year-old man was arrested after police said he forcibly broke into a Hamden home and assaulted two people. 

Police said Reggie Ulmer, of New Haven, forced his way into a home on Carleton Street around 11:30 p.m. Once inside the residence, police said Ulmer "attempted to attack the mother of his child, at which time her 50 year-old step-father intervened."

After hitting his step-father, police said Ulmer "attempted to stab him with a knife." Then, police said Ulmer punched the stepfather's wife in the face. 

Police said Ulmer fled the home. An officer located him on Barraclough Avenue. 

Ulmer was charged with home invasion, second-degree criminal attempt to commit assault, second-degree threatening, disorderly conduct and first-degree criminal trespass as well as two counts of third-degree assault.  

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