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Intruder Slips Into Bed And Claims To Be Owner's Boyfriend

In Portland, Oregon, Katherine Baker was fast asleep with her daughter. She was soon startled in her own home when she noticed she wasn't alone in bed. Around 2 a.m., she felt something slip under the sheets. She did not realize her daughter had come home earlier, and did not know a stranger was beside the two of them.

The person silently entered through the back door, then started sucking on her neck. Katherine shouted, “Who are you?!” The man responded, "I'm your boyfriend." Katherine immediately shouted that he was not her boyfriend, and she decided to play along with his advances in order to protect her daughter.

As he began licking and kissing her neck, Katherine said, “Oh yeah babe, hey it’s so good to see you,” as to protect the girl from knowing an intruder was in her bed. Her tactic allowed her to slip out of bed with her daughter and rescue her son. The mother and daughter escaped the intruder's sexual advances when Katherine kicked her son's bed on their way out to alert him he needs to run.

The family escaped the residence, fleeing to the house next door where Katherine’s brother lived. Her brother grabbed a bat and went looking for the pervert intruder.

It wasn't until the following day that Katherine called the police to report the disturbing incident of finding a strange man in her bed next to her and her daughter. Katherine was instructed to head to the hospital for a DNA test of the saliva the attacker left on her neck. Seven months later, Portland police have found the man through the DNA, who was identified as Brandon Bell.

Thankfully, Katherine and her family can finally get a good night's rest knowing the unstable man is finally locked up. Katherine assumed her neighborhood was safe. She didn't know that within the same time of her strange intrusion, a couple in the same city was accosted under similar circumstances, by a different naked predator.

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