Fremont Police Department officials say that a homeless man who walked into a high-end apartment building, asked a rental agent to see an apartment, which he then refused to leave, has been arrested.
The incident happened in mid-December, according to a report by crimevoice.com, when 54-year-old Mark Johnson strolled into the lobby of the Ramblewood Apartments, saying he was interested in renting an apartment.
Rent for a one bedroom unit is around $2,200 and each apartment comes with a number of amenities, including walnut floors, skylights, private patios and stainless steel appliances.
Once Johnson was inside the unit, he told the rental agent he had no intention of leaving. He also did some damage to the unit, and allegedly made criminal threats to the rental staff.
Fremont Police Department officers arrived a short time later; the now-defendant was arrested and taken to the Santa Rita Jail. He’s being charged with criminal threats, trespassing, resisting arrest and vandalism. His bail bonds have been set at $30,000.
Original article: Homeless man in jail after refusing to leave luxurious apartments