Photo courtesy of Corona Police Department
At 5 a.m. on Saturday, 43-year-old Jason Nelson was arrested for breaking and entering the home of Rachel Bollin in Corona California.
KTLA reports that Bollin's husband was on a business trip, so she was home alone with her two daughters.
She heard a large crash, but just assumed that her dogs were making a mess.
But then she heard someone say, "Call 911. I'm in your home".
That someone was Jason Nelson. Nelson had broken into the house by breaking one of their sliding windows with a scooter. He proceeded to get into their garage, strip off all his clothes, and pick up a hammer.
During all of this, Bollin took her daughters upstairs and barricaded herself in the master bedroom. She also called 911 and screamed for help out of her window.
Meanwhile, Nelson walked upstairs and started pounding on a wall to try to reach them.
Thankfully, before he could reach them, the police arrived and arrested Nelson.
But the story doesn't end there. Four hours later, Nelson was released on bail.
Bollin was obviously not happy with this saying, "I always felt like in California that we really cared about people and that we were trying to create fair laws, but this is very, very unfair because he has more rights than my children. So forgive me, but at some point you have to say, there were minors in a room where he was naked and trying to break into, with a hammer".
Chad Fountain, a Corona Police Sergeant, claimed that Nelson was arrested for "residential burglary and being under the influence of a controlled substance".
John and Ken speak with Rachel Bollin to get an update on the legal case she has against the naked intruder. Listen below: