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An accused online stalker broke into the home of a New Hampshire woman he’d met on OnlyFans and filmed her as she slept, according to authorities.
Mauricio Damian-Guerrero, 20, was charged with four counts of burglary after police found him standing on the roof of the 24-year-old victim’s home last month.
On Feb. 9, police were dispatched to a home at 34 Highland Street in Somersworth, New Hampshire after tenants reported strange noises coming from the home’s attic. Upon arrival, police learned a woman living there had awoken earlier to someone standing in her doorway, according to a probable cause affidavit obtained by Oxygen.com.
Officers proceeded to the home’s attic and could hear heavy footsteps on the home’s roof. After exiting the property, police could see a man, later identified as Damian-Guerrero, standing on the flat section of the home’s roof. He was arrested on site.
Food, including graham crackers and hashbrowns, airpods belonging to Damian-Guerrero and a cup in which he had urinated were found in the attic, police said. A Bluetooth tracking device wrapped in blue tape was found near the items, police said.
Authorities say Damian-Guerrero met the woman on OnlyFans and had been stalking her for several days. The 20-year-old, who is from Bensalem, Pennsylvania — nearly 350 miles away — was staying in a nearby AirBnb at the time of the incident.
Police later uncovered a video on Damian-Guerrero’s phone which depicted the victim laying partially nude on her bed, the affidavit alleged. The video was captured shortly after 3 a.m. on Feb. 9 — roughly an hour before police responded to the woman’s home. Another video filmed a day earlier was also found, the said; that video allegedly showed the woman’s bedroom, another bedroom in the home, and a hallway.
The woman, who told police she was a heavy sleeper, said she often slept with her three-year-old child.
The woman told investigators that, in the days leading up to the incident, her keys had gone missing — and then mysteriously reappeared. Her roommate also disclosed things had been “off” at the residence in recent days and that she’d noticed doors and windows had been mysteriously left open.
Police suspect Damian-Guerrero first entered the home using a pry bar and made a duplicate of the woman’s keys before returning them to the property. His fingerprints were allegedly found on a window at the home.
After executing a search warrant on a truck the man was driving on the night of the incident, police say they found a pry bar, photos of the woman and a pair of her panties. A key to the victim’s home was allegedly found on the truck’s key ring.
Under questioning, Damian-Guerrero allegedly admitted to breaking into the woman’s home, claiming that he’d entered the home without permission to reclaim a television and fireplace he’d bought her, as well as a hat and a belt he claimed he’d previously left at her Dover apartment.
Damian-Guerrero allegedly insisted that the victim had invited him over to her house, but not on the night of his arrest. He also stated that she told him “she wanted a man to be obsessed with her and stalk her,” according to charging documents. He additionally claimed to police that he and the victim had previously “hooked up.”
He allegedly admitted to stealing the woman’s panties and photos of her from her home. Damian-Guerrero also allgedly confessed to purchasing the Bluetooth tracking device found in the attic from Target. Detective say he told them he had planned to attach it to the woman’s car.
Damian-Guerrero was subsequently booked into a Strafford County detention facility. He was released from custody following a bail hearing on Feb. 18, according to court documents. He has a telephonic court hearing set for May 17.
Harry Starbranch, Damian-Guerrero’s defense attorney, wasn’t immediately available for comment when contacted by Oxygen.com on Friday afternoon.
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