July 11, 2018 11:33 am

Man charged after allegedly lying in bed in the wrong apartment

A man has been charged in Kingston after he was allegedly found sleeping on a couch in the wrong apartment Tuesday

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KINGSTON, Ont. – Police have charged a man they say was found lying in a bed in the “wrong apartment” in Kingston, Ont.

They say the incident happened on Tuesday afternoon, when someone reported that a person had unlawfully entered a residence.

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Police say the tenant was not home at the time.

Police say that while searching the apartment with the property manager, officers found a man in an upstairs bedroom lying in bed with a baseball bat.

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Investigators say the man is a resident in the same complex but did not have permission to be in that unit.

The 24-year-old Kingston man was charged with being unlawfully in a dwelling, and two counts of breach of probation.

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