What's worse than going through a foreclosure? Getting trapped inside the house after the city boards it up, without first checking to make sure it's empty. Ted Poetsch was spending the last hour he had to vacate his home of 53 years by eating a little lunch and collecting a few last personal items. That's when he heard the contractor outside starting to drill into the door frame. Cane in hand, he hurried to the front door only to discover that he was too late. He had been boarded up inside. City officials say that Mr. Poetsch had ample warning that they were coming that day and that his brief incarceration was a mistake.