How an ‘outlaw’ broke into an Owl House, a ‘family-friendly’ home in New York
An owl house in New Jersey that’s home to the Owl House Foundation has been burglarized and an animal rights activist has been charged with felony burglary.
According to New Jersey state police, the Owls House, located in a residential neighborhood on New Jersey’s Upper Peninsula, was broken into Tuesday night.
The incident occurred in the basement of the house, where two people were found unharmed.
In the wake of the burglary, which occurred at 7:50 p.m.
Tuesday, the Owl Foundation’s executive director, Anne Frank House, was taken into custody and charged with burglary, criminal trespassing and criminal mischief.
In an interview with NJ.com, Frank House said that she had no idea the Owl house was under surveillance by the FBI.
“I was just shocked,” Frank House told NJ.
“When you see this, you know there’s something very wrong with this house.
I’ve seen this before.”
Frank House, whose father, the late author, was a member of the Owl’s House Family, and the founder of the Owlers House Foundation, said that the Owl home was not under surveillance, and that her home was a family-friendly, home that is not known for being a home for animals.
The Owls’ house is a popular tourist attraction, with an annual attendance of more than 6,000, according to Frank House.
It is located in the Lower Peninsula of New Jersey, a coastal area popular with tourists and locals alike, where there is also a lake.
According the New York Daily News, the owl house was a haven for the Owl and her family, which included their four children and six grandchildren.
The house is also home to a dog named Dobby, who was adopted in 2013.
Frank House has been in touch with her family through social media, and told NJ, “I will continue to work on my own to make this house a better place for the children.”
In October, Frank Senate also said that her husband, the actor Christopher Lee, had visited the Owl mansion and had not seen any animals.
She told NJ the house was “just a house full of animals.”
According to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, owls can live up to 20 years and have their own family.