Man accused of secretly filming woman after meeting with OnlyFans, hiding in her attic.

According to the Somersworth Police Department, Mauricio Damian González, 20, of Bensalem was taken into custody and charged with four counts each of burglary.

Man accused of secretly filming woman after meeting with OnlyFans, hiding in her attic.

According to police, a Pennsylvania man was accused of breaking into the home of a woman in New Hampshire and hiding in her attic. He had met her through her OnlyFans account.

According to the Somersworth Police Department, Mauricio Damian González, 20, of Bensalem was taken into custody and charged with four counts each of burglary.

According to authorities, Guerrero broke into the Somersworth house of the woman on February 9. According to an affidavit, the woman called police along with her mother after she said that she woke up and noticed someone in the hallway.

Officers searched the house and found heavy footsteps on the roof. Police said Guerrero was found on the roof and taken inside.

Police were told by the mother of a young child that she noticed strange things around her house during the days leading to Guerrero’s arrest. According to the affidavit she stated that she had noticed strange things happening around the house in the days leading up to Guerrero's arrest.

She also claimed that her keys were missing from a counter, but then reappeared when she searched for them. According to the affidavit, the woman said she ignored it because "she was just too busy".

Guerrero was a woman who she met through OnlyFans. She gave Guerrero her address because he stated he wanted to purchase her a fireplace and television.

She stated that he seemed nice to her at first and told police she didn't want to meet him, but he was "very pushy."

According to the affidavit, Guerrero was allegedly seen waiting outside of her house in one instance. According to the affidavit, she told police that Guerrero would sometimes stay in her vehicle outside her house.

Guerrero also allegedly asked the woman to see out of her window while he was waiting for her on the sidewalk during another encounter, according to the affidavit. According to the affidavit, Guerrero allegedly told the woman that he was waiting on the sidewalk and she asked him to look out her window because she didn't know what else she could do.

According to the affidavit, they stayed there for around two hours before she asked him to leave.

Guerrero, who is located six hours away from Somersworth, allegedly said that he went to the woman’s house on February 9 to return the television he had bought her. According to the affidavit, Guerrero claimed that he entered the attic because he heard people talking in the house.

Police were told by the woman that she believed he was in her attic for some time as she found headphones and food. According to the affidavit, police also found a tracking device in her attic.

According to the document, an investigation revealed that Guerrero allegedly recorded the woman naked and then stole her belongings. According to police, he told police he intended to attach the tracking device to the woman's vehicle.

Guerrero was held on February 18. He was released on $2,500 cash bail after the Strafford County Attorney's Office requested that he be held. He is required to wear a GPS tracking device, cannot travel to New Hampshire, and is forbidden from speaking to the woman. It is not known if he has an attorney.


 

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