Fri. Dec 2nd, 2022

What would you do if a naked man tried to break into your house in the early morning? This actually happened recently in Orange County when a naked man tried to break into a house at the 6200 block of Apache Road, in Westminster.



The incident happened on Saturday, Jan. 22, at around 3 a.m., when Artem Borodin Aleksandrovich, a 47-year-old resident of Westminster, tried breaking down a door at a residence. The effort made such a racket that the residents woke up and then called the police.

Aleksandrovich attempted to grab a cell phone from one of the residents and broke a window panel near the front door before the homeowners were finally able to secure the door.

When the police officers arrived they found Aleksandrovich punching and kicking the front door. He then began charging at the police officers when they tried to subdue him. He struck one officer with a closed fist in the face before finally being subdued and arrested.

Two Westminster police officers were injured and they were later treated at a local hospital. They are both expected to fully recover.

No residents were injured during the fracas. Police are investigating whether Aleksandrovich might have been under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Aleksandrovich was booked at the Orange County Jail on suspicion of robbery, residential burglary, and assault with a deadly weapon.

By Editor

The New Santa Ana blog has been covering news, events and politics in Santa Ana since 2009.

One thought on “A naked man was arrested after he tried to break into a home in Westminster”
  1. Based on quality of the candidates currently running against Spitzer for OC DA, I would not be surprised if this naked guy throws his hat into the ring against him, too. Honestly, he would definitely not be the craziest guy running against Spitzer in this election. Truthfully, this naked guy could not possibly be a worst debater then at least two of the current candidates vying for Spitzer’s spot as OC’s top lawyer. God help us!

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