Melissa Frost welcomed an alleged Hurricane Sandy refugee into her home, and came to regret it.  Samantha Melamed tells the story for City Paper:

On Jan. 15, he got his day in court. Bachman showed up with a broken coffee maker, which he said Frost had destroyed. Frost brought Bachman’s December rent check, which she hadn’t cashed, helping her case. The coffee maker didn’t impress Municipal Court Judge Marvin Williams, who found in favor of Frost and ordered Bachman to pay Frost $1,300, the equivalent of his back rent. “I find you to be totally incredible,” the judge told Bachman. “I don’t believe a word you say — and, frankly, you’re frightening.”