AP — Two year-old girls having a slumber party fought off a naked man who broke into the California home through a window and sexually assaulted them. A suspect was arrested, police said Thursday. The girl who lives in the home and the friend she invited over woke up Sunday as the intruder touched them inappropriately, Basgall said. Timothy Jay Picard, 26, was arrested Wednesday after investigators interviewed witnesses and gathered evidence, Basgall said.
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When I was in my teen years, the games we played were so much fun. I liked this game in particular because you had to use your brains a little bit. It's almost like saying would you rather do this or do that, out of two terrible outcomes. I remember a particular night that I was staying over my cousin's place and we were so bored. The problem was that we had to go to sleep, but we were not sleepy. In addition, my cousin's friend Lisa was staying over as well.
Kids having slumber party fight off nude intruder
Clovis Police Department via AP. Police Chief Matt Basgall in the Fresno suburb of Clovis said the year-old girl who lives in the home and the friend she invited over woke up to the man touching them inappropriately. Basgall said Thursday that year-old Timothy Jay Picard was arrested Wednesday after investigators interviewed witnesses and gathered evidence. Basgall says Picard was charged with committing lewd and lascivious acts with a minor under 14, first-degree burglary and violating probation.
A sleepover , also known as a pajama party or a slumber party , is a party , most commonly held by children or teenagers, where a guest or guests are invited to stay overnight at the home of a friend, sometimes to celebrate birthdays or other special events. A lock-in is a similar event held in a setting other than a private home, such as a school or church. The sleepover is often called a rite of passage as a young child, or a teenager, begins to assert independence and to develop social connections outside the immediate family. Beginning in the s, commentators wrote about a perceived new trend of parents allowing co-ed sleepovers for teenagers, with both boys and girls staying overnight together.