USNA Mid charged in incident Published 12/02/10 A U.S. Naval Academy Midshipman apparently was involved in what police are calling a burglary incident at a home off Forest Drive early this morning. The owner of the home woke to noise in the rear of his home on Regent Street at 1:05 a.m. and found a man outside his upstairs deck. The man proceeded to kick in the man's sliding glass door and then entered the house, police said. Police arrived to find the man in the woods behind the home. He had a bloody nose. Police took the man, identified as Michael Christopher Guadagnini, 22, Class of 2011, into custody and the homeowner identified him as the culprit. He was released to the Naval Academy duty officer. Guadagnini, a star baseball player, is the son of Rear Admiral Mark Guadagnini, and his brother, grandfather and an uncle also attended the Naval Academy. A statement of charges was filed to the District Court Commissioner's Office, but details of that report were not available this morning. Damage to the door was estimated at $1,000.