|Published:||Aug 30, 2010 11:22 PM EDT|
|Updated:||Aug 30, 2010 8:21 PM EDT|
FORT MYERS, Fla. - Caught in the act. A man is arrested after he's seen burglarizing a woman's home, naked.
Samantha Witt says, "I opened the door, and I saw an Asian man, running outside with no clothes on, and I was just very confused with what was going on."
Witt was not nearly as confused as her friend, Lacy Williams, who says she was deep in sleep at her Forestwood Apartment when 23-year-old William Pasiak allegedly entered her home and stripped off his clothes.
Williams says, "She comes in about 4- 4:30 and woke me up. She said some guy was in my house buck naked."
Williams says she had left her door unlocked so Witt could get in.
Witt says, "Right about here, he flew right past me, I didn't really think anything, I was such in shock."
This wasn't the women's first encounter with Pasiak. They say he often lurked around the apartment.
Williams says, "About a week and a half ago, he was caught in front on my bedroom window, he was trying to look in my window as I was getting dressed, so I approached him, told him, he needed to get away from my window and not come back my apartment again."
Williams says she told the leasing office, but without knowing his name, they said there was nothing they could do.
"I haven't been able to sleep in my house since," she says.
Pasiak was arrested after deputies found cash and a cell phone belonging to Williams in the apartment next to her, where Pasiak was staying with a friend.
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