A man who was so drunk he didn't know where he was, decided he wanted to crash at a home that turned out belonging to the Summit County Sheriff.

According to 9 News, Graham Robert Goodwin rang the doorbell of the home of Summit County Sheriff John Minor around 4:00 a.m. on Friday (March 25).

Rather than call the cops - perhaps because he was the cops - Minor answered the door and told Goodwin several times to leave, giving him a free pass to crash somewhere else.

The drunken Goodwin didn't take the hints and decided to jump the backyard fence.

After a brief altercation, Goodwin was handcuffed by Minor, arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail on second-degree trespassing charges.

In the end, Goodwin found a place to crash, just not the one he was expecting.

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