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Centreville Woman Returns Home to Discover Stranger in Bathtub

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Cody Lee Figiel (Photo: Queen Anne's County Sheriff's Office) Cody Lee Figiel (Photo: Queen Anne's County Sheriff's Office)

CENTREVILLE, Md. - A Centreville resident returned home last week to an unnerving surprise. On Thursday, Sept. 18, a woman called the Queen Anne's County Sheriff's Office to report that she came home to her Wilson Clark Lane home and discovered a man in her bathroom.

According to police, the woman said when she first returned home she noticed a couple of things out of place, including a bathroom light that shouldn't have been on. When she entered the bathroom, she saw a man dressed head to toe in camouflage clothing in the bath tub. Investigators said she and the intruder immediately took off out of the bathroom, and the intruder escaped out the rear door.

A K-9 track led deputies to a nearby home. That's where they say they discovered 22 year-old Cody Lee Figiel. Deputies said they detained Figiel, camouflage pants, a shirt and mask were found on the clothes line. Figiel admitted he had been wearing the items earlier.

After further interviews, Figiel was charged with two counts of burglary. At an initial appearance before a District Court commissioner, bail was set at $75,000. At a bail review the following day, Figiel was ordered to be held without bail.


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