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Nearly naked man breaks into Spokane home, trailer

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SPOKANE, Wash. -

Hector Martinet has lived in his Spokane home near Francis and Division since 2007. Now, after police say Josh Dickson broke into Martinet's house and trailer, Martinet says he's not sure he feels safe in his house.

"I’m no longer comfortable in my own home relaxing in the middle of the night on a summer day with the windows open," said Martinet.

Saturday, August 13, Martinet says he was watching TV when he heard a strange sound coming from his bedroom. He bum-rushed the door and found Dickson in his bed.

"I was shaking at this point, I was thinking, 'Do I go get my gun and shoot him,'" said Martinet.

He pushed Dickson out of his room and brought him to his living room.

"I instantly grab my camera and my phone and make him sit down," said Martinet. "He’s just sitting there like, basically like a zombie."

Martinet continued to record what happened and kicked Dickson out of his house. He called 911. Moments later Martinet realized Dickson went to his backyard and broke into his trailer.

"He crawled in a little mini window that is impossible to get in, and once he got in he was in there trying as hell to get out."

Martinet called the police to come to his backyard and get Dickson out of his trailer. Police found him hiding under a couch in the trailer. Martinet says he's prepared to protect his property.

"I asked the officers what in the world a man can do at this point. He said you can get a gun or close the windows," said Martinet. KHQ asked him what he's going to do. "I got a gun," said Martinet.

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