[Ed. – We suspect Trump and the Russians of being behind the break-in.]
When a man broke into the building in the middle of the night where U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings and his wife live, the couple did not call 911 right away. After the intruder got in, they took action. Hours later, the congressman’s wife, Maya Rockeymoore, contacted authorities.
Two exterior doors lead to the residential part of the apartment building where the couple lives on the first and second floor in the 2000 block of Madison Avenue, according to the police report.
Around 3:40 a.m. on Saturday, July 27, they were alerted by a cell phone application connected to their security system that there was an intruder, the report said.
A stranger had gone in the first door, which leads to the street and is unlocked. Then somehow he entered through the second door, which requires a key and is alarmed, the police report says.
Upon being alerted to the break-in, Cummings “confronted the suspect and yelled,” according to a police report from the incident obtained by Baltimore Patch.