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PD: Man accused in Groton home invasion

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Albert Goss (Groton Police) Albert Goss (Groton Police)

A Groton man is facing charges following a home invasion that happened earlier this month.

Police said the home invasion happened on Oct. 4 just before 10 p.m. at a home on Buddington Road.

Two masked men reportedly entered the home with a firearm and a baseball bat.

Police said a female victim was hit numerous times with the baseball bat and was taken to the hospital. Other occupants in the home were held at gunpoint.

On Tuesday, police arrested 25-year-old Albert Goss. Police said there was a struggle during his arrest, and four officers involved were taken to the hospital. They have since been released.

He was charged with home invasion, conspiracy to commit home invasion, first-degree robbery, and first-degree burglary. He also has three outstanding violation of probation warrants that were served.

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