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Stranger in home wearing woman's pants

Michael Alger (click for larger version)
October 07, 2013
CUMMING, Ga. — After a woman returned from dropping off her oldest daughter at school, she found a man in her bathroom wearing her pants, according to a Forsyth County Sheriff's incident report.

At about 9 a.m. Sept. 24, a woman in the 3000 block of Aaron Sosebee Road told deputies she found a stranger in her home.

She said when she left to take her oldest daughter to school, she closed but did not lock the sliding glass door to her apartment and turned off the inside lights.

When she came back, the door was halfway open and the lights were on.

She walked inside with her youngest daughter in hand and asked if anyone was inside, first in Spanish then in English.

A man responded in English and she heard the voice coming from her bathroom.

She knocked on the bathroom door and a man opened it. He said he was looking for his aunt.

She saw that he was wearing a pair of her capri pants she keeps in her bedroom closet.

She took her daughter outside and called her husband. The man walked out a few moments later, apologized and walked way still wearing her pants.

The woman described the suspect and he was later found near the intersection of Watson Road and Hurt Bridge Road.

During questioning, the suspect told deputies he made up having an aunt, and he had been up for the past three days on methamphetamine.

He also said the pants he was wearing were his and that he "likes to wear women's clothes."

Michael Alger, 36, was charged with burglary to a residence, a felony, and theft by taking, a misdemeanor, and taken to Forsyth County Detention Center.

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    Man wears women's clothes
    October 07, 2013 | 06:11 PM

    Can we please get a photo of the pants? I feel this would make for a more thorough news story so the public could decide for themselves if the pants were worthy of B

    Elexis Hays
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    The real crime was...
    October 08, 2013 | 12:58 PM

    I am glad that the homeowner and her daughter were safe through it all. Unfortunately the real crime was that the capris were white in color, and we all know that WHITE SHOULD NOT BE WORN AFTER LABOR DAY!

    Alex Perez
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