It happened on Elm Street in Sparta. Witnesses say around 5:30 a.m. Tuesday, 20-year-old Jacob Fast, entered the back of his neighbor's home.
One of the victims, Lisa Collins says she found Fast rifling through her car. "I was actually kind of worried. He was in a bra and boxers and he's going through my car. I didn't know what to think. I didn't know who he was." As Collins dialed 911, she realized it might be her neighbor. When she startled him, he ran back to his house, two doors down. "I was panicked, I was screaming." Collins believes Fast broke-in through the back gate. He likely entered the house through an "un-locked" door. Several drawers were open and the car keys were gone. When officers arrived, they knocked on Fast's door. When he refused to come out, they got a search warrant and went in. He eventually told police that he had been out all night and was intoxicated.
At the time of his arrest, Fast was not wearing the purple bra, but police say they did find it inside his home. Collins says it was not hers.