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Man breaks into house to play with remote control helicopter

By Mason White 2:10 PM May 3, 2013
Jason Vickery 

By: David Ross
(Scroll down for video) A man was arrested after he was caught playing with a toy helicopter inside a stranger’s home.

The man allegedly broke into a house in Florida, where he played with the family’s remote control helicopter.

After he was arrested, the burglar admitted to having a good time while being in the couple’s home, police officers said.

23-year-old Jason Vickery, broke into the home in St. Augustine. He told police he got into the home through an unlocked door. He allegedly went upstairs to masturbate in the bathroom, when he came out of the bathroom he ate a salad that he brought with him. Then, he spotted the remote control helicopter.

Vickery said he found some batteries and started playing with the helicopter until he heard voices outside of the house, so he ran. When he got outside, he was confronted by officers who were alerted to the scene for a burglary.

“It scared me to hear that this man walked around our neighborhood looking for an unlocked house so he can use it as his own. I will double check to make sure my doors are always locked,” Linda Anderson, 36, of St. Augustine, Florida told YourJewishNews.com after hearing the reason for Vickery’s arrest.

Police confiscated a bag full of marijuana, other drug paraphernalia, a wig, a towel and a pack of chewing tobacco. Vickery was arrested on burglary and larceny charges.
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