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Naked Man Not Arrested After Breaking Into Couple's Home, Flooding Kitchen And Defecating On Floor (Video)

| by Michael Allen

A naked man reportedly invaded a family's home in Kuna, Idaho, over the weekend, flooded the kitchen and defecated on their carpeting, but was not arrested.

"We woke up 6:30 Sunday morning to a naked guy walking into our bedroom," Tricia Gillaspy told
KTVB (video below). "My husband's like, 'What the heck is going on?' And, I'm screaming in utter panic."

According to police, the home intruder was identified as Matthew Coomes, who had been drinking.

After scaring the Gillaspys, Coomes reportedly went into another room in the home to put his shorts on.

"My husband grabs the gun because we have no idea who this guy is," added Gillaspy. "He's like, 'Get out of my house, now!' But the guy wouldn't leave. So, he puts the gun to his head, and says, 'I said, get out!'"

Gillaspy claims Coomes began to walk out of their house while her husband pointed a gun at the unarmed intruder and called 911.

"[My husband's] like, 'There's a guy in my house. I'm going to shoot him, you better get a cop here now,'" Gillaspy recalled.

"He took this sink sprayer out and this drawer was in there," Gillaspy continued. "He put it in the drawer, turned it on full blast hot water, it filled that entire drawer full. It flooded my entire kitchen. He craps on my floor, and he must have been playing in it because he streaked it down the side of my walls. The stain is gone finally, thank goodness."

According to Gillaspy, Coomes was not arrested, but was cited with two misdemeanors and taken home by police.

"I go running out the door, and am like, 'What are you doing!?' I'm like, 'This guy deserves to go to jail!'" stated Gillaspy. "It's just frustrating that I've had to fight to stay safe in my own home."

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RawStory.com reports that police told the couple that they could have arrested Coomes themselves via a citizen's arrest.

Ada County prosecutors are likely to charge Coomes with malicious injury to property, a felony, but Coomes claims he does not remember any of the incident.

Sources: KTVBRawStory.com