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Intruder hides under bed for three days, charges four cell phones

After breaking into a New Jersey home, a man camps out underneath a bed in a spare room.

A homeowner found Jason Hubbard under a bed after Hubbard had already been in the Spotswood Police Department

A man broke into a Spotswood, New Jersey home, hid under a bed in a spare room and charged his four cell phones for three days before he was discovered, NBC New Yorkreports.

Jason Hubbard broke into the home on Ellenel Boulevard in May. While the homeowner was taking out the garbage, Hubbard walked in through an open door.

On May 10, after three days, the homeowner heard a noise from the spare bedroom and discovered Hubbard.

It is unclear whether Hubbard planned to rob the home at any point during his three-day stay but he was charged with criminal trespass, burglary and theft of services.