Police: Man broke into Grand Island home, made midnight snack
LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — A man is behind bars after police say he walked into a home for an unauthorized late-night snack.
The Grand Island Police Department says Timothy Byers was found inside a home that didn’t belong to him Friday.
Some time before 11 p.m., Byers reportedly opened the door to a Grand Island home near West 10th Street and White Avenue.
After making his way inside, he went to the kitchen and rummaged around before eating $5 worth of food, police say.
The residents of the home were present during Byers visit, hiding in a bedroom due to his uninvited presence.
Police said Byers was not given permission to enter the home nor to eat any food.
He was later arrested on suspicion of burglary.