Dustin Waite, 26, is accused of breaking in a New York house, urinating on a porch, resisting arrest and stealing beef jerky from a 7-Eleven.
(New York State Police)
A man was arrested Saturday after he allegedly broke in a New York house, peed on the porch and was found with beef jerky that had been stolen from a nearby 7-Eleven for the break-in, according to the police.
Police were called to a Randolph home on Saturday for a report of a break-in, New York State police said on Sunday. The authorities find Dustin Waite, 26, drunk and in the house without permission.
But before the police arrived on the scene, a series of bizarre incidents played. Waite allegedly entered the victim’s home without permission and “refused to leave quietly,” said the police. When Waite was eventually locked out of the house, the 26-year-old then broke a window and began to urinate on the porch, police said.
The police arrived at the place and placed Waite in custody after he briefly resisted arrest.
The police then searched Waite and found beef jerky that was stolen from a 7-Eleven in the city just for the break-in call.
The relationship between Waite and the victim is unclear.
Waite was charged with criminal trespass, criminal mischief, petit larceny and resisting arrest. He was taken to Cattaraugus County Jail, police said.
Waite is scheduled to appear again in court next month.
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