A West Kelowna resident managed to stop a naked intruder from breaking into her home after the attacker kicked in the front door of her house on Scharf Road on Sunday.
Danielle Ball said she was home with her two children near noon when the situation unfolded.
“There’s a woman in my dog’s face, a naked woman, with her arms out screaming as loud as she can,” Ball said, recalling the break-in attempt from Sunday.
Ball put her children in a bedroom and confronted the woman.
Ball engaged in a lengthy struggle with the woman before she grabbed the upper hand, pinned the would-be intruder to the ground and told her to leave.
“She starts walking, turns back to me and says, ‘Wow, you’re really strong,’” Ball said.
“She had moments when she was lucid. She knew what was happening.”
Police arrested a 24-year-old woman in a shed on the property. She remains in custody.
– with files from Kelly Hayes
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