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A South Carolina man says he returned home to find strangers inside wearing his family’s clothes and eating their food, according to reports.

“Can I help you?” the female intruder asked homeowner Kent Foster when he opened the door Wednesday to his Union residence, news station WHNS reported.

When he got home from work, Foster says, his typically spotless house was ransacked, his furniture had been moved and there was dog urine on the floor.

“My mouth drops,” Foster told the news station. “She has all of [my wife’s] clothes. Bedroom shoes, shirt, what she owned.”

Foster called police and they arrived to find the intruder, later identified as Savannah Rhinehart, and her two children in the residence.

The woman allegedly insisted to authorities that she lived in the home. She was unable to provide an answer as to how she entered the property, authorities said.

Authorities placed the two children in emergency protective custody and took Rhinehart to the hospital.

She was later charged with child neglect, burglary and petit larceny.



The problem we have in the United States is that such intruders aren't taken to a hospital or jail, bu8t are set up with housing, food, health care and education.


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