That's when things got weird.
Wardlaw allegedly stopped into the physical therapy spot and ate a burrito, then went back to the Escape Experience, where he inadvertently knocked over a couple large storage lockers, obstructing one of its doors. Having busted the back door earlier attempting to break in, Wardlaw found himself trapped, and freaked out. He found a cell phone on a table, and used it to call 911 a total of four times. However, by the time the cops showed up to "rescue" him, he'd managed to find his way out. But the authorities spotted him behind the building, and arrested him on suspicion of burglary.
As for why he broke into the Escape Experience in the first place, Wardlaw says he is homeless and was just seeking shelter. According to the Clark County Sheriff's Office, he also reportedly told authorities that he fled to the escape room because his own home was being robbed. In any case, he caused quite a bit of damage to the business, and is currently being held on three counts of second-degree burglary. For her part, the escape room's owner, Tamara Bertrand, at least found some humor in the whole debacle.