Police say that a man sneaked into a home in New Jersey and lived in a spare room for three days before being caught.
Authorities say that Jason Hubbard walked through an open door at the Spotswood home on May 7, while the homeowner was taking out the garbage.
Hubbard managed to hide in a spare room at the home for three days and even charging his four cell phones using an outlet under the bed. (Scroll down for the video.)
1. Jason Hubbard sneaked into a home in New Jersey and lived in a spare room for three days before being caught.
Eventually, the homeowner heard noises coming from the room, three days after Hubbard broke in, and discovered that the unwanted house guest had made it his home.
It is unclear whether or when Hubbard planned to rob the home he broke into.
Hubbard has now been charged with criminal trespass, burglary and theft of services, NBC New York reports.
It is unknown if the suspect has an attorney.
2. A home intruder hid under a bed and charged his phones for three days.
Read more: NBC New York.
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