FARMINGTON, Maine — An underwear-clad man who asked to use a phone at a residence on Sunday earned himself a trip to jail for violating a criminal trespass order, police said.
David Mills, 58, claimed that he had locked himself out of his home Tuesday afternoon and had asked to use the phone at another residence, according to Farmington Police Chief Jack Peck. He was wearing nothing but his underwear at the time of the incident, Peck said.
“Unfortunately, he was not only in briefs, but this neighbor had requested a criminal trespass warning from instances in the past,” the police chief said Tuesday.
The warning was in effect at the time of the incident, according to Peck, and the homeowner called police.
Police responded and spoke with Mills before placing him under arrest, Peck said.
Mills was charged with criminal trespass and taken to Franklin County Jail.