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Victim: Suspect screams 'love and peace' as he bashes in front door

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A Kingsport man is facing charges after police say he bashed in another man's front door with a fire extinguisher while yelling about love and peace.  

According to a Kingsport Police report, officers were called to an apartment on Holyoke Street around 4:30 Sunday morning.  Police say when they arrived on the scene, they heard loud thuds and found Zachary Gober swinging a fire extinguisher.  The victims says he was asleep when he heard a loud thud.  The police reports says the victim saying he needed love and peace.    The victim says he did not know Gober and  moved a love seat in front of the door until police could get there. 

Gober is charged with Attempted Aggravated Burglary. He was taken to the Kingsport City Jail.

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