Third man arrested for burglary of Rob Gronkowski’s house

Getty Images

A third man has been arrested for the burglary of New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski‘s house during Super Bowl week.

According to the Associated Press, Shane Denn, 26, was arrested in Maine by the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office.

Eric Tyrrell and Anthony Almeida had already been arrested and pleaded not guilty to charges relating to the break-in. Foxborough Police Chief William Baker said authorities will seek to have Denn extradited back to Massachusetts.

Gronkowski alerted authorities to the burglary upon returning home from the Super Bowl in Minneapolis. The break-in is alleged to have happened while Gronkowski was playing in the game.

7 responses to “Third man arrested for burglary of Rob Gronkowski’s house

  1. These Bozos may have broken into Gronk’s house but the Super Bowl Champion Eagles stole his lunch.

  2. A friend of mine had his house burglarized during his funeral. It was a few days before Christmas and the last presents he ever bought his kids were stolen.

    He was a police officer and the rest of us chipped in to give the kids as good a Christmas as possible. Some people should be erased from humanity. His wife actually switched careers and became a police officer as she was so taken aback by the outpouring of support.

  3. You are so very right about the thought that ‘some people should be erased from humanity.’ I can think of many people that this could apply to.

  4. Hmm wish the guys who broke into my house were caught, doubt the police even tried. it’s good to be the King

  5. I’m sure they’ll enjoy their prison experience thoroughly. Then they should be introduced to Gronk.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to leave a comment. Not a member? Register now!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.