He climbed in through the window and then crawled into bed into a home he didn't live in.

GREEN  An intoxicated man, who believed he was crawling into his own bed early Sunday morning, not only had the wrong bed, he had the wrong home, according to Summit County Sheriff's deputies.

Deputies say Zachary Ciocca, 22, of Green, told them he believed he was just going into his own home and crawling in bed about 6:45 a.m. Sunday when he accidentally went to the wrong home, according to Inspector William Holland.

Police were called to the Town House Lane residence by a man who said a "very intoxicated" stranger had just climbed in through his window and crawled into bed with him. The man demanded the intruder, later identified as Ciocca, leave, but Ciocca ran into a closet to hide.

Holland said Ciocca was only there a few seconds before the man chased him from the home.

Deputies found Ciocca down the street about 10 minutes later, Holland said.

He was jailed on charges of burglary, criminal damaging and theft.

Holland said while Ciocca also lived in Green, he did not live near the home into which he had climbed and never lived there.

Ciocca remained in the Summit County Jail later Monday.

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