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Homeowner confronts pants-free man in Oregon garage


TUALATIN, Ore. » Police in Tualatin, Oregon, arrested a man accused of rummaging through a homeowner’s garage while wearing only a shirt.

Spokeswoman Jennifer Massey says officers were called Monday to a report of a pants-free driver crashing into a fence. It turns out the man had only parked his car near the fence at an odd angle.

Massey says 43-year-old Mario Hodges of Dundee ran after being confronted in the garage by the homeowner.

She says he grabbed a pair of shorts and was wearing them when arrested in a nearby neighborhood. However, his shirt came off somewhere along the way.

Massey says investigators found damage to the homeowner’s property and a car at another house.

Hodges was booked into the Washington County Jail on charges of criminal mischief, criminal trespass and burglary.

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