A man broke into the home of Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, leaving behind photos and paperwork about his mother — who died in a state-run nursing facility, police said.
Lane Forman, 59, entered the Republican governor’s Swampscott home, north of Boston, through an unlocked side door midday Oct. 7 — and left behind an envelope, according to a police report.
When a trooper saw him leaving and questioned him, Forman replied, “Don’t F–k with me. Charlie told me to drop this off,” and then took off, CNN reported, citing the affidavit.
At Forman’s Oct. 8 arraignment, he claimed he had been to Baker’s house twice — both times with permission from State Police, or even Baker himself, The Boston Globe reported.
His intent, he said, was to leave behind an envelope with paperwork and images about his mother’s death and her care at a nursing home, according to the report.
“I dropped by his house a copy of the