MOUNT POCONO, Pa. - In the middle of the night, a highly intoxicated woman forced her way into a Monroe County home and yelled at the family living there to get out because she thought they were in her house, police said.
It happened at 2:22 a.m. Tuesday in a home on Route 196 in Mount Pocono, according to police.
The homeowner called police after Candace Rosenberg, 42, of Tobyhanna, forced her way into the house and began yelling at the family to get out.
Police reported the homeowner was able to subdue Rosenberg. She was unconscious when police arrived but soon regained consciousness. Police reported she was highly intoxicated and believed she was in her house.
She arrested and taken to Pocono Medical Center for treatment of unidentified injuries. Police did not explain how she was injured.
She faces several charges, including felony criminal trespass and public drunkenness, according to police.
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