Man on drugs breaks into home for nap and sweeps family's kitchen floor


The suspect 
By: Feng Qian

A teenager in Oklahoma, awoke to find a stranger in his home.

Robert Felts said that his 17-year-old son awoke late on Monday morning, and found a stranger sleeping on the couch.

The teen immediately called his mother Wendy Felts, who was not home at the time, to see if she knew the person.

The mother said that she did not invite anyone to their home. She ordered her son to wake up his brother, and they should both get out of the house.

The mother rushed home. Meanwhile, the stranger got up from the couch and swept up the kitchen floor, Felts said.

Muskogee Police Department spokesman Lincoln Anderson said that the suspect was disoriented as a result of drugs.

Wendy managed to take one photo of the suspect before he fled from the house on a bicycle.

The family released the photo of the suspect in order to get help from the public in identifying him.