Connecticut firefighter Lamont Freeman, 44, showed up drunk at a multi-family apartment in Hartford while he was off duty around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, police said.
The resident told police she didn’t recognize Freeman and explained that he was in the wrong apartment, which is located at 160 Barbour Street. Police said Freeman refused to leave, so the resident pushed him out the door and locked it.
According to the incident report, the woman told police Freeman was calling out a name she didn't recognize. Police said Freeman banged on the door and tried to get back in until officers arrived and detained him.
Freeman does not live in the apartment and was not visiting anyone he knows, police said. He was arrested and charged with breach of peace and second-degree trespassing.
The Web site for the city of Hartford lists Freeman as working out of Firehouse 7 on Clark Street, just around the corner from the location of the incident.
Bond was set at $100 and Freeman was released on a promise to appear in court Thursday.
The Hartford Fire Department declined to comment on Freeman's employment status.
Freeman's son also declined to comment when NBC Connecticut knocked on the door of the firefighter's Enfield apartment Tuesday evening.
Freeman is the second Hartford firefighter to be arrested in recent months.
Doug Caldwell is accused of threatening a convenience store employee and punching the store countertop in March. Police said Caldwell had also been drinking beforehand.
The Hartford Fire Department placed Caldwell on paid administrative leave and launched an internal investigation into the incident.