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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Police Twice Pick Up Man For Trying To Get Into Wrong Home

   A local man was twice picked up by law enforcement officers during the weekend for attempting to get inside the wrong house.

   Reports filed through the Lawrenceburg Police Department show that officers were called to a Second Street home at 2:30 a.m. regarding a subject being inside the home.

When they arrived, officers report that Roy Junior Luffman, 73, of 19 Horseshoe Bend Road was sitting on a cooler inside the garage. The owner of the house told officers that, Mr. Luffman said “This was his home and the people there needed to get out.”

   The owner reported that Luffman had been beating on windows, making loud noises and rummaging through the garage.

   Officers report that Luffaman had been picked up by deputies with the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department earlier in the day for attempting to get inside a different home.

Deputies had transported him to Crockett Hospital for an evaluation of his mental state. He was released shortly afterward when they could find nothing wrong with him. He reportedly asked a security guard to drop him off at the Second Street address.

   Luffman was arrested on a charge of criminal trespassing and incarcerated at the Lawrence County Detention Center. He was scheduled an initial court date of September 5, 2013.

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