MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- A Madison man found naked lying on a couch at the home of Gov. Doyle's top aide has been charged with trespassing and damaging property.
A criminal complaint filed in Dane County Wednesday says Andrew Martin was found in the basement of the lakeside home of Doyle's chief of staff Susan Goodwin and University of Wisconsin-Madison associate chancellor Alan Fish.
The complaint says the couple's son, Nicholas Fish, arrived home Aug. 27 and found the man on a couch in the basement. The home was in disarray.
Authorities say Martin gained entry to the home by breaking a window in the front door. He claimed to know someone in the home, but family members say they've never met him.
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