Thomas J. Gilliland, whose last known permanent address was in Stroudsburg, made himself feel at home after forcibly entering a Tamaqua home Friday morning.
But the bizarre break-in ending up costing him his freedom.
Gilliland, 24, is charged with entering a home at 311 Lafayette St. He then cooked himself some pierogies, then took a nap on the couch. The residents found him on the couch at 6:30 Friday morning and called police.
Gilliland, who resisted arrest, admitted owning a glass pipe which was found on the kitchen table. It contained marijuana residue,