Bathrobe-clad man accused of breaking into child's home, watching her sleep

Lloyd Doyle
September 23, 2017

Police have arrested a man who is accused of breaking into a Fairfield, Connecticut, home Friday morning, wearing only a bathrobe and T-shirt, and going into a teenage girl's bedroom.

Around 5:30 a.m., police got a call from a Tunxis Hill Road home saying there was a male intruder inside of the home, and the family had him trapped.

Officers learned that the man, identified as 36-year-old Eric Kusheba, had cut a screen window and forced his way inside the home. He then went into the bedroom where a young girl was sleeping. While Kusheba was wearing a T-shirt underneath his bathrobe, police said he was not wearing any trousers or underwear.

Police said he had brass knuckles in the pocket of the robe and child pornography on his phone, which was discovered when investigators probed the device back at the police station.


Police said they searched Kusheba's smartphone at police headquarters and found images containing child pornography.

Police were looking into whether Kusheba took the pictures himself or if he downloaded them from the internet.

Watch his interview here: Kusheba is facing charges of home invasion, carrying a risky weapon, voyeurism, stalking, criminal mischief and possession of child pornography.

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