“He ordered the offender out of the residence and told him to (lie) on the ground,” the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office said. “This is where deputies found him when they arrived.”
Harrison told authorities that the door opened when he knocked to ask for directions.
“He said he only stuck his head inside to see if anyone was home,” deputies said.
Investigators said they found needles and syringes used for injected heroin on Harrison.
Authorities booked him into Jefferson County Jail Sunday afternoon on charges of burglary, attempted burglary, possession of drug paraphernalia, theft and criminal mischief, according to jail records.