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Drunken man makes himself at home in Glens Falls
GLENS FALLS -- A Glens Falls man was charged with burglary early Saturday after he allegedly walked into another man's home, started cooking pork chops and used the bathroom, police said.

Michael E. Dunlay, 37, of 39D Cherry St. faces a felony charge of second-degree burglary and misdemeanor counts of criminal mischief and petit larceny, Glens Falls Police Capt. Kevin Conine said.

The resident of the Pine Street apartment building arrived home about 12:15 a.m. Saturday to find a man he knew only by a first name in his bathroom with food cooking on the stove, Conine said. Dunlay apparently lived in the same building at one time, he said.

A smoke detector had also been ripped off the ceiling, police said. The resident called police, who arrived to find an intoxicated Dunlay and the victim in the home's driveway.

Dunlay was arraigned in Glens Falls City Court and sent to Warren County Jail for lack of $5,000 cash bail or $10,000 bail bond.

The case was investigated by Glens Falls Police Officer Brian Lashway and Sgt. John Winchell.

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Show of hands: how many out there think that the pork chops were well-done?
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I'm thinking: how bad could it be to have someone come in and cook for you? :teehee:
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Well, if the resident was a devout Jew, I think the pork chops would be a bad move. Just sayin'....
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So, you recommending cat chops?
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