"Two arrested for entering Littleton home without permission" by Aneri Pattani, Globe Correspondent April 02, 2015
Littleton police arrested a man and woman early Thursday after they allegedly entered a home without permission, consumed food and alcohol, and damaged household items, authorities said.
Stacia Korbel, 37, of Maynard, and David Bowman, 39, of Westford, allegedly entered a Hartwell Avenue home around 2:30 a.m., John M. Guilfoil, a Littleton police spokesman, said in a statement.
The resident of the home called police when she arrived and found two people inside her home, Guilfoil said.
The resident knew Korbel, but said Korbel was not allowed to be at the home when she was not, Guilfoil said.
The resident told police the suspects entered the home, consumed alcohol and food, and knocked over and broke a vase, Guilfoil said. The suspects fled in a white vehicle.
Groton police stopped the vehicle when they spotted it crossing the town line, Guilfoil said.
Korbel and Bowman were arrested and charged with entering a dwelling at night for a felony.
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