Man Breaks into Antelope Home, Jumps on Bed

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A man broke into a couple’s home in Antelope last month, jumped on their bed and left with only a few bucks.

The husband and wife, Rocky, were in their bedroom when they heard a knock at the door.

Rocky went back to her room until she heard the knock again.

“The person walked right up to the window and yelled Eric something,” said Rocky, 61.

The suspect then walked to the back of the home and threw a rock through the sliding glass door.

“I heard this big boom and I thought it was a gun or something,” said Rocky.

The suspect shattered the back door, walked in and grabbed Rocky.

He then led her to her bedroom and jumped on the bed where her husband was sleeping.

The man then walked out and grabbed the couple’s wallet.

The couple’s identification cards were returned by a good Samaritan who said they had been thrown on his front lawn.

Sacramento County Sheriff’s detectives haven’t found the suspect, but are still investigating.


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