Published: Jun 13, 2014 2:08 PM EDT

EAST NAPLES, Fla.- A homeowner held a woman at gunpoint after she allegedly broke into his home early yesterday morning.

Upon arrival, deputies found a man holding 43-year-old Kristina Lengemann down as she was yelling and attempting to break free.

The homeowner said that he was lying in bed around 3:45 a.m. When he heard someone breaking into his home. His girlfriend and her son were also sleeping in the residence.

Lengemann had apparently broken through the screened in lanai, grabbed some sea shells from the wet bar and then made entry into the home through the unlocked sliding glass door.

The homeowner grabbed his firearm and confronted her, ordering her to the ground several times, though she ignored him. When he saw that she was unarmed, he physically took her to the ground and held her at gunpoint until deputies arrived.

According to deputies, Lengemann smelled like alcohol, had glassy eyes and used slurred speech, but she told deputies that the last drink she had was at 6:00 p.m.

Lengemann told deputies that she thought she was at her parents' house, but could not give deputies their address. Then she said she thought her husband was inside the home and that they had been in a fight.

Lengemann was arrested for trespassing in an occupied structure.