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Gales Ferry Man Tries to Punch Out Window To Gain Access To House He Was Invited to Stay At

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On March 8,  The Ledyard Police were dispatched to 185 Whale Head Rd in the Gales Ferry section of Ledyard for a report of a male in the front yard of 185 Whalehead Rd who was bloody and slurring his words. Upon arrival Officers observed a male later identified as Vincent Grybauskas, standing in the front yard of 185 Whalehead Rd. Officers could see a laceration on the right hand of Grybauskas which appeared to be bleeding steadily. Grybauskas stated he was at a friend’s house nearby and had cut his hand trying to get back into the house. A check of the area showed that Grybauskas tried to re-enter the home at 194 Whalehead Rd where he was allowed to spend the night. Grybauskas attempted to gain entry into the home by punching his fist through a small glass potion of the front door resulting in his injury. Grybauskas was transported to the hospital where he was issued a misdemeanor summons reflecting the appropriate charge. He is scheduled to appear in New London Superior Court on March 22, 2022.

Written by: Mike Minarsky

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