OKC police arrest man for bizarre home burglary | Crime
OKLAHOMA CITY — A bizarre home break-in lands one man behind bars. Police arrested the suspect Tuesday afternoon in northeast Oklahoma City.
The suspect allegedly committed the crime along with his two young daughters and made no attempt to escape when confronted by the homeowner. In fact, the 35-year-old suspect made himself right at home during the crime, putting a pizza in the oven and sliding into some slippers.
“It was as if he believed he lived in that house,” said Oklahoma City police MSgt. Gary Knight.
Police say when the real homeowner arrived home she found the door wedged open.
“She backed away and started to call 911 when a man came to the door and asked her to come in. He basically invited her into her own home,” said Knight.
When police arrived to the home, the suspect Montego Logan, remained in a welcoming mood. Police say Logan invited officers inside and claimed he lived in the home before things turned violent.
“When officers asked for proof of him living in the house, he became combative and ultimately they got him into custody,” said Knight.
According to the police report, while in custody the suspect went from being “calm and sleepy to hallucinating and delusional.”
At one point the suspect believed that one of the arresting officers, five years younger than him, was his grandma.
“He was clearly under some kind of intoxicant or having some sort of issue going on,” said Knight.
In the end, the suspects two young girls who followed him into the house were taken into protective custody. Logan is now facing some serious charges of burglary and assaulting police.
The good news is no one got hurt in the break in.
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