WARSAW — A Warsaw man faces charges after climbing onto a roof and entering a residence where he had previously been involved with trespassing.
Brandon Issac Cory, 22, 602 S. Union St., Warsaw, is charged with residential entry, a level 6 felony; and criminal trespass, a class A misdemeanor.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, on March 2, a Kosciusko County law enforcement officer was dispatched to a residence and spoke with the property owner.
The property owner said when he got home from work, Cory, who had previously trespassed upon the residence, was sitting on the front porch.
The property owner said he told Cory to leave but Cory refused. The property owner went inside the residence and said Cory eventually left.
The officer then spoke with two other residents at the property. They said they were at the residence on the second story. Prior to the property owner returning home from work that day, they observed Cory climb onto the roof of the residence and enter through an unlocked bedroom window.
He eventually left the residence at that time but later returned and began hitting the door.
The officer confirmed that Cory had been involved in a previous trespassing incident at the residence in August 2019.
Cory was booked at the Kosciusko County Jail March 21 on a $5,750 surety and cash bond.