http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2009...hbors_bed.htmlA 50-year-old Sheffield Lake man found an unwanted surprise in his bed when he woke up Saturday morning — an unknown and intoxicated man had crawled into bed with him.
Buck Walls, 29, was arrested and charged with burglary after apparently being so intoxicated he walked into the wrong house and crawled into the wrong bed at 3:48 a.m.
The victim told police the suspect was very uncooperative when asked to leave and would not explain his actions, but he finally managed to convince the suspect to leave his home. When police arrived, they found Walls in the front yard and the resident unharmed.
"It's very rare, but I have heard of people going into the wrong house when they are highly intoxicated," Capt. Tony Campo said. "But not people crawling into the (wrong) bed."
The suspect did not take anything from the home and did not have any weapons.
"I don't know if the resident owns any guns, but if he did, he did not use them here," Campo said. "That is very dangerous ... this could have ended a lot worse."
http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2009...hbors_bed.htmlWho's that sleeping in my bed?
Michael Johnson was surprised when he woke up on Saturday and found a drunken man sleeping in his waterbed beside him.
Johnson said that the man was not there when he went to bed and that he had never seen him before.
Buck Walls, 29, who lives in the same city but in a different house, was arrested on a charge of burglary. Police said Walls had been so drunk that he walked into the wrong house and climbed into the wrong bed.
According to the police report, Walls was still drunk when police arrived.
"He had a strong odor of alcohol on his breath," the report said. "He was swaying back and forth and had great difficulty maintaining his balance."
A short time after police placed him in a holding cell, Walls' mother called the station to report her son missing after a night of drinking.
Isn't that sweet that his mommy didn't like him staying out all night?