Danbury Resident Takes a Nap in the Wrong House, Police Say
According to the News Times, Kenneth Tucker Jr. did some sleepy time in a Mill Plain Rd. condo complex that was not his. It was also not his cousin's. His cousin's condo was the one he was looking for according to the story.
The article says that Tucker admitted to police he had been drinking, there was a broken screen and Tucker was found sleeping with a sheet pulled over him. He has been charged with first degree burglary, third degree criminal mischief, and disorderly conduct.
Listen, I feel bad for the homeowners that had to deal with the fear and the confusion of finding a stranger sleeping in their house, but I must say I've been in Kenny's shoes, man.
Ole' Ken Bone here is not alone. Kenneth, according to the News Times, is 22-years-old. When I was his age, I did something similar. I got wastey face, lost my friends, tried to make my way back to the house we were staying at, and found what I thought was the house. After I spent a fair amount of time trying to get into the wrong house, I settled on the patio furniture on the front porch, and went to bed.
I awoke to an angry buzz cut hairdo poking me with a literal stick, and, to say the least, he was not happy. When he saw I was as confused and scared as he was, he took mercy on me. He poured me a cup of coffee, let me use his phone and warned me never to return again. 'MURICA
I don't know this Ken Fella, but hopefully he learns his lesson. I wish all associated parties well.