What do you do if one-time interrupts your attempt to rob a house? Get nekked and jump into a bed, of course.
At least that was the best move a Penn State student could come up with when he got caught in the act.
Northern York County regional police said they received a 911 called at 3:43 a.m. when a resident along the 900 block of East Cherrywine Drive reported that a person was banging on the front door of her home.
Police responded to the area and checked the woman’s home. That’s when another resident approached officers to report trouble.
“While NYCRPD officers were checking this dwelling and the immediate area for intruders, a subject approached the officers and advised that there was an intruder in the house next door,” a police news release states. “This person had been alerted to the intruder after a female family member escaped the home and ran to the nearby family members home for assistance and told the male subject there was an intruder inside of the family house.”
Police checked the other home and found an open garage. Inside there was another door leading into a foyer area and then another open door. Police found the occupants in the home and got them out before they searched the rest of the home, where they said the eventually found the intruder. “Searching officers located a white male, naked in a bedroom, hiding under the covers pretending to be asleep,” the news release states.
Police arrested the man. He is identified as David Darr, a 20-year-old York resident who is a student at Penn State.