Providence, RI – Home surveillance cameras captured the moment that a naked man let himself into a neighbor’s house on Monday afternoon and crawled into bed with a sleeping woman.
Police said the security videos showed the naked man opened the front door to Krista Brown’s house and walked in, WJAR reported.
Brown said she had just worked a midnight shift and was napping when the man crawled into her bed and cuddled up with her.
“This is one of the craziest things I have ever experienced,” she said.
Brown told WJAR that her family members were doing chores and her son had just gone out the front door with the trash when the neighbor – later identified as Jason Kendrick – let himself into the house.
She said that Kendrick left her room and the house when she screamed at him.
But then he went up to the third floor of the multi-family dwelling and let himself into the home belonging to Brown’s brother, WJAR reported.
“I kind of heard a couple big thuds, so I went to my door to answer it, and well, there was a naked man standing in front of my door,” Justin Brown explained.
‘He seemed lost. He seemed scared,” he said.
The Browns said that Kendrick, who they recognized as a neighbor, went in and out of their homes about five more times before they convinced him to leave, WJAR reported.
Police arrested the naked intruder at his house next door a short while later.
He was booked on suspicion of breaking and entering, WJAR reported.
This was not Kendrick’s first encounter with Providence police.
Court records showed the Brown’s neighbor has been arrested more than 20 times for charges that included vandalism, assault and battery, and disorderly conduct, WJAR reported.
Brown said the incident has left her scared.
“That doesn’t go away. It’s something I now have to be fearful for,” she told WJAR.
Her brother said he also found the incident frightening.
“It’s actually very scary,” Justin Brown said.
His sister said it has her second-guessing leaving the house and letting her children play in the neighborhood, WJAR reported.
“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 …” Brown said.
She said she was exploring having an alarm system installed but had no plans to move out of the family home, WJAR reported.