Man arrested on burglary charge |

Man arrested on burglary charge

Gary E. Salazar

— A 25-year-old Steamboat Springs man faces a felony burglary charge for entering the wrong apartment while reportedly intoxicated early Tuesday morning.

Adam Joseph Reichley, 25, was arrested after 2 a.m. outside an apartment in the 700 block of Weiss Drive.

Reichley faces charges of second-degree burglary, a class three felony, harassment and criminal mischief, which are misdemeanors.

Routt County Court Judge James Garrecht advised Reichley of the charges Tuesday afternoon in Routt County Court. The man’s bond was set at $20,000.

According to court records, Reichley, who lives at 770 Weiss Drive in Apartment 7, allegedly entered Apartment 7 at 765 Weiss Drive by forcing open the front door.

Three men who live in the apartment were sleeping and were awakened when Reichley allegedly entered a bedroom, court records show.

Court records show Reichley barged into the room and asked the man why he was in the bedroom sleeping.

Reichley then left the room and headed to the kitchen, where he opened up the refrigerator and started to take food, records show.

Then the three residents asked Reichley what he was doing in the apartment and where he lived.

Reichley, according to court records, responded to the questions in an aggressive manner and told the men to get out of the apartment, records show.

Reichley allegedly grabbed one of the residents and was trying to force the man out of the apartment, records show.

During the apparent altercation, one of the man’s roommates called police.

An officer arrived at the scene to question Reichley, who reportedly had a hard time telling the officer his address and date of birth.

Reichley’s next court appearance is set for 1 p.m. Aug. 15.

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