After a night of drinking woman ends up in wrong house, bed

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A Westmoreland County woman was arrested for burglary when she allegedly climbed into the wrong home after a night of drinking.

A Westmoreland County woman ended up in the wrong house – twice – after she decided to walk home after a night of drinking.

Allison Marie Plusquellic, 36, is charged with burglary and two counts of breaking into a structure. She was arraigned and released Sunday, TribLive reported.

“She wasn't driving, and that was good,” Lower Burrell Police Chief Tim Weitzel told TribLive. “But she tried to get inside two houses by using windows.”

On Friday night, Plusquellic left The Lamp Post restaurant where she had been drinking to walk to a relative's home, but she never made it.

At her first stop, she allegedly tried to get inside a stranger's home through an open window, but failed. She left behind her purse.

At the second strange home, about a mile away from the first, Plusquellic allegedly opened a window, climbed in, found a bedroom, and fell asleep. 

The homeowner found the window open, left the home and called police.

“She knew that the window had been closed, so she did the right thing,” Weitzel said.

Officers found Plusquellic still asleep in the homeowner's bed. 

Plusquellic told police “I must have been sleepwalking,” according to the story.

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