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Suspect facing charges in Royal Albert incident

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Police have charged a 33-year-old man with break and enter to commit assault and forcible confinement in connection with an incident Monday at the Royal Albert Arms hotel that saw a man somehow fall from a third-floor window and die.

Adam Perrier is in custody accused of the charges in connection to what police believe took place inside suite 304 at the hotel Monday night.

Police previously said that shortly before midnight on Monday, a 42-year-old man fell from a third-storey suite at the Royal Albert Arms. The man was found in a parking lot on the south side of the hotel and died Tuesday.

Court documents identify the victim of the charges Perrier is facing as Christopher Paul Maier.

Perrier is not facing any homicide-related charges.

More details are expected from police at a news conference this morning.

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