CHIPPEWA FALLS, Wisconsin (AP) — A Minnesota man who was allegedly locked in a bathroom after breaking into an empty Wisconsin home last week didn't get a chance to confess his guilt.
He was preparing to bathe when the authorities arrived.
According to authorities, his 29-year-old man from St. Paul, Minnesota, Chippewa, answered a call from a stranger in his home when Falls police ordered him out of the bathroom. was pouring water into the bathtub. He did so, wearing only an inside-out T-shirt and underwear. His pants were found on the bathroom floor, the Eau Claire Reader Telegram reported.
Suspect smelled of alcohol when not bathing, police said.
No one who lived in the house knew the man and how he got in. I said I don't know.At home with my girlfriend. He continued to insist that he was at his home after being told by police that he was in the Falls, Chippewa, about 90 miles (145 km) from St. Paul.
A man has been charged with burglary and trespassing into a residence. He was ordered not to possess or consume alcohol.