Port Angeles man arrested after naked burglary

PORT ANGELES — A Port Angeles man was booked into the Clallam County jail after a resident returned home to find him naked in his bed, said police.

Robert Manley, 51, of Port Angeles was booked Friday for investigation of third-degree residential burglary and malicious mischief, according to a news release.

When the resident on the 600 block of East Second Street arrived home at about 10 p.m. Friday, a man called out to them from a bedroom.

The victim found him in the bed wearing nothing but a yellow shirt. He began to dress himself but fled the home when the victim called police, police said.

The victim watched the man and kept dispatchers up-to-date on where he was until he could no longer be seen.

Officers found a man matching the description at the intersection of East Second and South Vine streets and arrested Manley without incident, according to the release.

Officers found a broken window on the home’s back door. Items had been rifled through, but nothing appeared to be missing.

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