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In this photo released by the Keizer, Ore., Police Department, 24-year-old Guillermo Brambila Lopez, of Woodburn, Ore., is wrapped in a blanket following his arrest, Sunday, Jan. 4, 2015. Police said Lopez broke into two homes in Keizer, drinking alcohol and using the hot tub at one of them.

Naked man broke into Oregon homes, used hot tub: cops

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KEIZER, Ore. — Police near Salem, Oregon, say they arrested a naked man after he broke into two homes, drank booze and used a hot tub at one of them.

Officers received a 911 call early Sunday from a woman who was house-sitting in Keizer when she was awakened by noises coming from the laundry room.

As she went to check it out, the laundry room door slammed, so she grabbed a knife and called police and her husband.

Police found the burglar inside, naked, and arrested him without incident. Investigators determined that he climbed in through a back window after removing a screen.

They also noticed that screens had been removed from windows at a neighbor’s home. Police say the suspect had burglarized that home, drinking the homeowner’s alcohol and using the hot tub and shower.

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