Thanks Obama. http://www.nj.com/bergen/index.ssf/2015/11/urine_feces_everywhere_as_illegal_immigrants_squat.html ENGLEWOOD – Five men were arrested after police discovered them living inside the vacant home of a deployed U.S. armed services member, according to city police. The men, most of whom are homeless, had been living on the first and third floors of the home on Lafayette Avenue for an undetermined amount of time, police said in a statement on Thursday. "During the arrests, the officers observed that the conditions in the home were deplorable throughout," police said. "There was evidence of partying, along with urine and feces everywhere." Police did not name the soldier who owns the home, but NorthJersey.comreported the house belongs to a 59-year-old woman soldier who has lived out of state for an undetermined amount of time. MORE: Englewood 'squatter' held gun to diner manager's head, cops say The men's presence in the home was discovered Sunday night after police arrested Carlos Rosales-Campos, 18, on armed robbery charges, police said. After the arrest, police determined Rosales-Campos – who police said is in the country illegally from El Salvador – had been squatting on the first floor of the home. On the third floor, police found: Rosalio Valencia-Hernandez, 49, of Englewood Rene Contreras-Ixtla, 39, of Englewood Evaristo Chavez, 34, of Teaneck Oswaldo Meneses-Arango, 47, of Englewood Valencia-Hernandez, Contreras-Ixtla and Chavez are in the United States illegally from Mexico, police said. Meneses-Arango is a permanent United States resident from Colombia, they said. Except for Chavez, all the men are homeless, police said. The men were charged with fourth-degree criminal trespass and taken to to the Bergen County Jail on $2,500 full bail, police said. RELATED: Franklin man allegedly caught in residence, arrested for criminal trespassing Inside the area where Rosales-Campos was squatting, police said they found evidence linking him to several crimes, including armed robbery with a gun and burglary in connection with a series of crimes from August to October, police said. Carlos Rosales-Campos was charged with armed robbery, second-degree possession of a weapon with intent to use against a person, second-degree illegal handgun possession, six counts of third-degree burglary, third-degree attempted burglary, several counts of theft, fourth-degree possession of a fraudulent government I.D. and one count fourth-degree criminal trespass. He was held at the Bergen County Jail on $500,000 full bail, police said. "A significant amount of the stolen merchandise in these cases was recovered and returned to (the) businesses," police said in the statement.