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Three People Discovered in Foreclosed Salisbury Home

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David Keichline, Albert North and Rebecca Lawler David Keichline, Albert North and Rebecca Lawler

SALISBURY, Md.- Three people from Delaware were arrested Thursday night after police learned they were sleeping on air mattresses in a supposedly vacant home in Salisbury.

A sheriff's deputy arrived at the house in the 28000 block of Beddington Way around 10 p.m. and saw a car in the driveway and lights on inside, according to the Wicomico County's Sheriff's Office.

The deputy said the windows were also covered up, making it impossible to see inside. The deputy knocked on the door and was greeted by 50-year-old David Keichline of Smyrna, Del. The sheriff's office said 33-year-old Albert North, of Wilmington, Del., and 39-year-old Rebecca Lawler, of Newark, Del., were also inside.

According to investigators, the house was vacant due to a foreclosure and no one was supposed to be living there. There was no furniture or appliances inside the home, but the deputy said the three people were coming and going using an unlocked garage door and using air mattresses in the bedrooms.

All three were arrested and charged with fourth-degree burglary before being released on personal recognizance.

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