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Man Tries to Take Down Building With Excavator in Franklin, New Hampshire

28-year-old Jordan Ingram shouted obscenities during court Tuesday afternoon



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    Franklin Police

    A New Hampshire man yelled profanities as he faced charges in a courtroom Tuesday after police say he tried to take down a building with an excavator.

    Jordan Ingram, 28, of Franklin was arrested Monday after he was found in a vehicle on I-89 in New London. 

    Authorities had previously responded to 15 Tannery St. for a report of a subject damaging the property.

    Ingram's mother, who would not go on camera, told necn she was in the process of buying the building before her son, who has a history of mental illness, decided to take an excavator, which she owned, and attack the building, leaving a large portion of it in rubble.

    NH Vandalism Suspect's Wild Courtroom Outburst

    [NECN] NH Vandalism Suspect's Courtroom Outburst
    After attempting to take down a building in Franklin, New Hampshire, Jordan Ingram appeared in court Tuesday and began yelling obscenities at the judge and lawyer.
    (Published Tuesday, March 8, 2016)

    Ingram, who is well-known to Franklin Police Department, was arraigned felony reckless conduct and felony criminal mischief. 

    It's unclear if Ingram has an attorney.

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