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Naked intruder runs; spotted later in women’s garb

GOLDEN, Colorado – Authorities say a naked intruder startled a woman in her home west of Denver, then fled in a sheet to another home where he was discovered wearing women’s clothing.

Jefferson County deputies say the first break-in occurred shortly before 7 a.m. Monday in suburban Golden. The man fled when the woman screamed.

Deputies say he entered a nearby home through an unlocked door, where the female owner discovered him in a bathroom wearing women’s underwear, a nightgown, stockings and a scarf.

He was arrested in the front yard by deputies alerted by a call from the first home.

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Twenty-four-year-old Clinton S. March was arrested on burglary, indecent exposure and theft charges. No phone listing could be found for him, and it wasn’t clear whether he had a lawyer.

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