Things lurking under your bed is the fixation of almost every child growing up, but a New Jersey homeowner spotted a man under the spare bedroom at 9 p.m. It turned out to be Jason Hubbard, who is charged with burglary after allegedly sleeping under the bed for three days.
Hubbard allegedly snuck into the house on May 7th while the owner took trash out to the corner. He stayed until May 10th when police pulled him from under the bed.
What was interesting was the second charge: stealing electricity. This was based on his allegedly charging his four cellphones in an electrical outlet. Even with four cellphones, the actual values of the electricity is incredibly tiny. Yet, it is an indication of the intention of the police to find any charges to throw at Hubbard for this creepy crime.
Hubbard is being held in Middlesex County Adult Corrections Center on $50,000 bail, which seems likely well beyond the reach of a guy who allegedly sleeps under the beds of homeowners.