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Man returns home to find 2 drunk people in his bedroom

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In Mongmong, a man who decided to spend a couple of days with his parents returned home on Sunday to find it in disarray and two males sleeping in one of the bedrooms. When police arrived they found the males, one a minor, appearing to be intoxicated with bloodshot red eyes and slurred speech.

Teison Adiniwin told police he didn't believe he did anything wrong because the victim had been gone for a week so he decided to go inside the house to hide and drink.

Adiniwin was charged with criminal trespass as a misdemeanor.

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