Hiker rescued

WATERTOWN — A Ten Eyck Street woman had an unwanted visitor who wouldn’t leave Tuesday night.

Latia N. Towles, 33, entered Tricia A. Loomis’ home at 309 Ten Eyck St. and wouldn’t leave after being told to do so, police said.

The intruder shoved Ms. Loomis and finally left after the home owner called 911, police said.

Ms. Towles, of 236 North Rutland St., was charged with second-degree criminal trespass and second-degree harassment.

Ms. Loomis was home when Ms. Towles knocked on her door and burst into the home. They didn’t know each other.

She was later found knocking on the door of a home on Dimmick Street. That owner also called police.

Johnson Newspapers 7.1

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