Coon Rapids woman charged for breaking into ex-boyfriend’s home

A Coon Rapids woman has been charged with a felony for allegedly breaking into her ex-boyfriend’s home.

Colleen Ann Williams, 28, was arraigned Sept. 10 in Anoka County District Court on a felony-first degree burglary count and misdemeanor assault charge.

A Dec. 16 jury trial date was set at a Sept. 17 court appearance.

A Blaine man called police 6:14 a.m. Sept. 7 to his home on the 1500 block of 127th Lane NE where he told police he was asleep in his bed and woke up to find his ex-girlfriend in his bedroom, according to the complaint.

He alleged she was intoxicated and began yelling at him because he wouldn’t return her phone calls.

When he was taking her out of the house, she allegedly punched him in the stomach.

Blaine Police found a broken window, which the homeowner said was not broken before Williams was there, according to the complaint.

While police were taking pictures of the damage, Williams came back to the home and was arrested.

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