RICHFIELD, Utah — A man accused of burglarizing a Richfield residence "made himself a meal" and "made himself at home," according to police.
Police responded to the home shortly after 6 a.m. Monday after a woman reported a burglar was asleep on her couch. According to a probable cause statement, officers found 38-year-old Antonio Ramon Dorse sitting on the couch.
Dorse claimed the house was his and he had permission to be there, the statement says.
"[Dorse] had made entry into the residence during the night and had made himself at home by taking food items from the residence and making himself a meal. There was several food items on the table next to [Dorse]," a Richfield officer wrote in the statement.
According to police, Dorse had a used syringe in his back pocket.
Dorse faces felony charges of burglary of a dwelling and possession of a controlled substance. He also faces a misdemeanor charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.