Two men have been charged in Juneau County with being a party to burglary, theft, criminal damage to property, and trespassing.  According to the criminal complaint, on Sunday a Tomah man, 19-year old Blaze Rouse and 20-year old Benjamin Parlow of Ridgeville allegedly broke into a trailer house in the Village of Camp Douglas and stole several video game items and a laptop valued at $5,000.  The victim had felt sorry for them earlier in the day and had invited them in and gave them lunch.  After the victim left  and returned to work, Rouse and Parlow allegedly returned and burglarized the trailer.  The two men were arrested by Tomah police.  During a court hearing in Mauston, bond was set at a $5000 signature bond for each defendant.