A man who broke into a New Jersey home stayed under a bed in a spare bedroom for three days before he was found, police said.
Jason Hubbard broke into the home on Ellenel Boulevard in Spotswood by walking through an open door as the homeowner was taking out the garbage, according to police.
Authorities say he walked into a spare bedroom and stayed under the bed for three days. While he was there, he charged his four cellphones using an electrical outlet under the bed.
Three days later, on May 10, the homeowner heard a noise in the bedroom and found Hubbard. It wasn't clear if or when he planned to rob the home.
Hubbard was charged with criminal trespass, burglary and theft of services. It was not immediately clear if he had an attorney.