A joint investigation of the Enfield and Windsor Police Departments led to a residence at 9 Glendale Rd. After a lengthy standoff, police entered the home and arrested the suspect.
Wanted on many warrants in several towns in Connecticut, Myguawn Maurice Hutchins hid in the residence for several hours. Police called in a Capitol Region Emergency Services Team (CREST) SWAT team and surrounded the home in case the suspect was armed.
At approximately 1:30 am, police and SWAT teams entered the home and located Hutchins in a basement bedroom. Once located, he was arrested without incident.
"Apparently he [Hutchins] had thrown bleach all around the floor to try to throw his scent off so the dogs won't find him," said Enfield Police Chief Carl Sferrazza.
Hutchins was charged with violation of a protective order, criminal tresspass, interfering with arrest, and disorderly conduct.
He is being held on a $1 million bond and is scheduled to appear in court later in the day.
The suspect was wanted on two felony failure to appear and two misdemeanor failure to appear counts by the town of Enfield. In addition, he was being sought by Bristol police for domestic violence, threatening, criminal mischief, and violation of probation.
He was also being sought by Windsor for a hit and run evasion, criminal mischief, breach of piece, burglary, assault, and threatening.
Hutchins has several convictions since 1994 including drug possession, possession of a controlled substance, violation of probation, failure to appear, burglary, larceny, criminal impersonation, forgery and assault.
Exclusive photos of Enfield PD on the scene at Glendale Rd this morning at approximately 1:30 a.m.