Troopers arrest suspects wanted for Kodiak assault and burglary in Anchorage

Benjamin Bodi and Summer Suydam (Photos from Alaska State Troopers)
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ANCHORAGE (KTUU) - Two suspects in a Kodiak assault and burglary were arrested in Anchorage, a week after they allegedly fled the island town.

37-year-old Benjamin Bodi and 39-year-old Summer Sutdam, both of Kodiak, allegedly pried open the door of a residence in Kodiak and then hit a victim with the butt of a rifle when he came into the residence.

The next day, January 1, they are believed to have fled to Anchorage.

On Wednesday, the Anchorage Police Department announced the two had been arrested. It says Bodi attempted to flee on foot, but "was quickly apprehended" by officers.

Bodi was charged with Attempted Murder, Robbery, three counts of Assault 2, and Burglary, while Suydam was charged with Robbery, Assault 3, Burglary, and Violating Conditions of Release.

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