After a long shift at work, sometimes you just need to rest. You get home and put all of your belongings away and take a much-needed nap in your comfortable bed. You feel someone crawl into bed beside you ready for a cuddle. Then you realize you live alone and aren’t expecting company! This is exactly what happened to a woman victimized in a home invasion by a naked man getting into bed with her.
Woman Says Naked Intruder Got in Bed With Her
A woman is speaking out after a terrifying home invasion was caught on camera.
According to WBTV, a surveillance video shows a naked man opening Krista Brown’s front door, and walking in. She says the man got in bed with her and tried to cuddle with her. After working an overnight shift, Brown said she was taking a nap when it happened in the afternoon.
“This was one of the craziest things I have ever experienced. As soon as I saw it was not my boyfriend, I screamed and jumped, and ran out of the of the house.” Brown said
She said her family was doing chores at the time and that the man opened the front door when her son was taking out the trash. The police report identifies the naked man as Jason Kendrick and said upon leaving the first floor home, he went up to the building’s third floor where her brother Justin lives. Krista Brown said Kendrick re-entered her home four or five more times before she and her family eventually got him to leave.
Providence police said they arrested Kendrick at the house next door, where they said he lives. He faces a breaking and entering charge. Court records show he is no stranger to the law , having been arrested more than 20 times on charges, including vandalism, assault and battery and disorderly conduct.
Krista is second-guessing leaving the house after the incident.
“I don’t want it to affect my work. I don’t want it to affect how my kids go outside and play, but yeah I am…” she said.
Brown said she is looking to install an alarm system inside her home. She said her family has been keeping a closer eye on things since the incident, and she says she does not plan to move out of her family home.
Originally reported KFI AM640
What Can We Learn
Yes, I know, this is a STRANGE one! However, it offers a clear reminder to lock your doors all of the time! I know it is important to feel comfortable in your home but to be comfortable, you must feel safe. Keeping your doors locked, even when you are home, and even when you are doing simple chores gives you that comfort.
Home invasions can happen anywhere at any time. Always lock your doors, train your family members to do the same, and take other precautions to prevent home invasions. Fortunately, this woman had a security camera. There are great alarms that are very easy to install in your home without a professional. These alarms can deter home invasions and warn you that there is trouble.