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Naked Novi man breaks into home, blames bad acid trip

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SOUTH LYON, Mich. (WJBK) -

South Lyon police responded to a home invasion on McMunn Street that was in progress by a nude man.

19-year-old Jason Alexander Fornwall, from Novi, reportedly left a party and wandered down the road to the home where the incident took place. We're told Alexander removed his clothing, cut a screen and let himself into the home.

He then found his way to a bedroom where he woke up a couple. The incident occurred around 1:30 a.m. last Friday night.  

The homeowner tackled Alexander to the ground and held him down at gunpoint until police arrived. Alexander has since blamed his behavior on a bad acid trip.

South Lyon police also tell Fox 2 they recovered another partier on a nearby nature trail who was passed out, barely breathing and on also on drugs.

"There's better means on having fun than to get to the point where you don't even know where you're at, and you enter somebody's house, you don't even realize you're not wearing clothes. I mean, for heavens sake, get some help while you can," says Pat Raymond, a neighbor.

Police also say that same night some property was damaged in the area. Raymond's property was among that damaged. He tells Fox 2 that two of his tires were slashed and a car window was broken. Investigators did find a knife in Fornwall's clothing, but are still investigating if the two crimes are connected.

Fornwall was arrested and has been charged with home invasion. That 20 year old who was found on the nature trail was high on heroin, police say. He has been charged with possessing drug paraphernalia.

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