Mom And Dad Hear Strange Noises Coming From Above Their Baby's Crib, So They Set Up Surveillance Cameras In The Attic. What They See Two Days Later Leaves Them Speechless
A couple with a new baby decided to set up surveillance cameras after hearing strange noises in their attic, but they never could have prepared for what the footage would show. Read on for the full story!
A young Pennsylvania couple, who have a baby to care for at home, were forced to install a surveillance system in their house after they started getting a bad feeling about their neighbor.
Jerome Kennedy thought his mind was playing tricks on him when he started hearing strange noises coming from his attic.
With his wife, Ashley, and their baby at home, Kennedy decided to set up a surveillance system in his home.
Horrifyingly enough, the cameras Kennedy installed ended up catching his neighbor, Robert Havrilla, crawling through his family’s attic.
According to a police report, Kennedy first got the idea to install the cameras after hearing somebody in the attic above his bedroom.
Although he and his wife told authorities that they suspected Havrilla, with whom they share an adjoining wall, might be spying on them, the neighbor quickly denied the allegations.
Just two days after the initial call, Kennedy and his wife contacted authorities for the second time—and this time, they had video evidence.
“The only thing I can assume is he’s watching my baby, my wife, or myself,” Kennedy said.
According to The Washington Post, the video showed Havrilla crawling across his property line into Kennedy’s attic.
In the video, Havrilla reportedly carried a drill and a light before lying on a vent that overlooks the Kennedys’ bed and their daughter’s crib.
“It shows him removing a false wall that he engineered, climbing onto my ceiling, above my baby’s crib, and he lies on some planks that he put there, in my ceiling,” said Kennedy.
For 30 minutes, Havrilla reportedly waited while lying on the vent.
“It’s just very disheartening to feel violated in this way,” Kennedy told CBS affiliate KDKA. “It’s extremely creepy.”
While speaking with The Washington Post, Havrilla’s attorney, Anthony Jackson said that Havrilla “has no criminal record whatsoever. They’re making it seem like it’s a negative situation, but it’s really not. There are some things that haven’t been said that will clear up everything eventually.”
“I think it will come out soon that he did not have a malicious intent at all. I think it was an innocent situation that is getting drug out a little further than it should, but that will come out soon,” he added.
Kennedy revealed that he had noticed small drill holes in their shared wall before, but when he confronted Havrilla about it, the neighbor brushed off his complaints.
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