There's nothing like a good neighbor -- and according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office, Ronald Eugene Miller is nothing like one. Or at least he wasn't earlier this month, when he decided to get comfortable in a nearby house.
The incident took place in Highlands Ranch around 10:30 p.m. on June 14. The owner of a home returned to discover one of his neighbors -- Miller -- inside, having apparently gained access via an unlocked door. Which would be disconcerting even if Miller hadn't been naked. Which he was.
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Miller fled upon being discovered. And if he had a good reason for dropping by and dropping trou, the DCSO isn't making it public at this time just in case Miller, who's been charged with a single count of first-degree criminal trespass so far, has made a habit of such behavior. Anyone who's found him in the buff at their place, or witnessed any similar weirdness, is encouraged to phone Detective Chris Stadler at 303-784-7841.
In the meantime, take a look at the following booking photos and try not to picture him sans clothes.
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