NORTH AUBURN (CBS13) – Authorities say two people are under arrest after breaking into and living in a Placer County home for sale.

The scene was along Redhawk Court in the North Auburn area.

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According to the Placer County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded on Halloween morning to investigate complaints by several neighbors of disturbances at the home that was supposed to be vacant.

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As deputies soon found out, there were three people living inside the home: 38-year-old Angela Cornaggia, 21-year-old Seneca Cornaggia and a child of undisclosed age.

Deputies say Angela claimed she was renting out the house under an agreement with the owners. Detectives quickly found that claim to be false.

A search of the home uncovered firearms and documents containing personal information of 17 suspected identity theft victims.

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Angela and Seneca were arrested and are now facing several charges.