Oklahoma football fan Harold Schroeder had a rough Saturday. Although his Sooners beat Baylor, Schroeder took his celebrating too seriously and hit the bottle a little too hard.
After the Sooners’ victory, Schroeder was arrested for trespassing when he wandered into the McLennan County Courthouse, thinking it was the Waco Hilton.
“Deputies responding to a burglar alarm at the courthouse about 8:15 a.m. Saturday found Harold Anthony Schroeder, 35, of Oklahoma City, curled up between the counsel rail and the first-row seats in the 54th State District Courtroom,” the report read.
“Wearing a crimson Oklahoma Sooners shirt, a groggy Schroeder sat on a bench in the courthouse rotunda and tried to explain to deputies that he thought he was at the Hilton.
“Deputies noted in reports that Schroeder smelled strongly of alcohol.”
A sheriff’s captain said burglary charges were not brought because Schroeder was simply looking for a place to sleep.
Schroeder was released at 2:15 p.m. after posting a $200,000 bond.
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