Oklahoma residents concerned after alleged “drug heads running around naked” break into several homes

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OKLAHOMA CITY - It was a wild night at a southeast Oklahoma City mobile home park.

Police say a naked man, who was allegedly high on meth, went on a rampage, leaving behind a bloody mess.

Authorities allege 24-year-old Michael Gatlin Huff broke into several homes around 3 a.m. on the Burntwood Mobile Home Park, located near the 3300 block of S.E. 89th St.

In all, Huff allegedly broke into four homes.

Authorities say he forced his way inside one home and ran away after the homeowner started screaming.

He then allegedly jumped through the window of an abandoned trailer.

“To have your home invaded like that, that’s something you work so hard to pay for and to have it violated like that, it kind of removes all security,” said Deborah White, a nearby resident.

When officers arrived, they found Huff behind a wooden shed.

They say he appeared to be intoxicated and was repeatedly trying to run through the wall of the shed.

Police eventually tased him and took him into custody.

Huff was covered in blood from cuts all over his body.

Blood was smeared on doors and windows across the neighborhood.

White says she found a bloody shirt outside her door on Wednesday morning.

“I was bringing my dog in, and I found a shirt under my steps and it had blood all over it. I saw it, I didn't pick it up or anything. I called the police right away,” White said.

Police say Huff received 40 stitches at the hospital and is now facing multiple counts of burglary and indecent exposure.

Some neighbors tell us they’ve seen Huff before and hope he never comes back.

“There needs to be help with drug heads running around naked,” Trisha Mowles said.