Joseph Achenbach Allegedly Found Naked in Wrong House. a Connecticut man is facing charges after being found wandering around a home that wasn’t his without wearing any clothes. Joseph Achenbach, 35, was arrested Saturday in Newtown after police say a family discovered him in their home.
Authorities say he crashed his car in the home’s backyard and got in through a side door. They say his clothes were nowhere to be found. It is believed he was also driving naked. He is now charged with DWI and trespassing.
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