PD: Man charged in Watertown home invasion


Watertown Police have arrested a Bridgeport man for kidnapping a male victim at gunpoint and stealing cash and electronics from the victim.

Police said Youssef Mohammed, 22, was one of the three suspects that kidnapped a man at gunpoint on Falls and Sunnyside Avenues on April 23.

They forced the man back into a home where they stole cash and electronics. The victim was not hurt.

Related: Man in custody after Newtown homeowners found him naked in their house

Mohammed was arrested on Wednesday and received multiple charges including kidnapping, home invasion, and burglary. He was arraigned in court on Wednesday and was held on $250,000 bond.

Mohammed also received charges for an attempting to intimidate the victim after the incident.

Police believe the suspects specifically targeted the victim and it was not a randomized attack.

This incident is still under investigation and more arrests are expected, police said.


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