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NORWALK, Conn. (AP) — Police in Connecticut have charged two people they say broke into a boat at a Norwalk marina to enjoy a fast food meal and take some selfies while a family of five slept on board.
Police tell The Hour (http://bit.ly/1IyA8xN ) the family was awoken at about 2 a.m. Sunday by the flash from a camera.
One family member confronted the intruders, and they ran away.
Police found a receipt inside a bag of still warm fast food and used the receipt to track down 20-year-old Julia Armijo, of Weston, and 23-year-old Renny Isaac, of Ridgefield.
They face charges including breach of peace and criminal trespass.
Armijo told police that neither she nor Isaac had ever been on a boat and only wanted to take some pictures.
Information from: The Hour, http://www.thehour.com
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