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Cops: ‘Highly Intoxicated’ Woman Forces Way Into Home, Yells At Family To Get Out

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By Steve Beck

MOUNT POCONO, Pa. (CBS) — A “highly intoxicated” woman broke into a home in the Poconos thinking it was hers and began to yell at the family inside to get out, investigators said.

Officers with the Pocono Mountain Regional Police Department were called to a home on Sterling Road in the Mount Pocono Borough shortly after 2 a.m. Tuesday.

According to police, 42-year-old Candace Rosenberg forced her way into the home and began to yell at the family to get out of the house.

Police say Rosenberg was highly intoxicated and believed she was inside her house.

The homeowner was able to subdue Rosenberg and called 911.

When police arrived, Rosenberg was unconscious, but she snapped out of it shortly thereafter and was placed under arrest.

Rosenberg is facing several trespass charges, including felony criminal trespass and public drunkenness.

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