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Police: Man claims he broke into neighbor’s home after she stole stickers, coffeemaker

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OKLAHOMA CITY- Authorities say a 45-year-old Oklahoma City man is facing charges after he allegedly broke into his neighbor’s home.

On April 15, officers were called to a home in the 3700 block of N.W. 57th St. after the homeowner said a man was trying to get into her home.

According to the arrest affidavit, the victim heard a knock at the door around 7 a.m. and saw  45-year-old Braden Green on her front porch.

She told police that Green began yelling at her, saying the ADT and neighborhood watch stickers on her front window belonged to him.

The report also says Green allegedly looked in the house and said the victim had stolen his coffeemaker.

The homeowner told police that she went back inside, locked the door and grabbed her husband’s gun.

Before she came back upstairs, she says she heard a loud crash and Green screaming.

“[Victim] came up the stairs and found [Green] had kicked the front door completely off the hinges and he was standing in her living room screaming,” the report said.

She told police that she pointed the gun at Green and pulled the trigger, but it did not go off.

Green was arrested for first-degree burglary.

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