On Sunday in the San Francisco Valley, a woman allegedly let herself into someone’s home and proceeded to take off her clothes while recording and livestreaming the events of the purported burglary onto the internet.
Around 3:30 pm, a woman allegedly entered a residence without an invitation, and unknown and unaware to the owner, and made her way upstairs inside the home.
The alleged intruder ran into a resident that was at home and reportedly snatched their cell phone and used it to connect to a social media account on the internet.
Using the video recorder on the phone the woman allegedly began streaming her walk throughout the house, and during her trek, she reportedly removed all of her clothing except for her panties.
The woman then reportedly continued recording as she exited the home and went into the back yard where she was said to have issued an internet invitation for people to show up at the home to have a party.
When the alleged victim saw the woman go into the yard he used the opportunity to call 911 to report the intrusion, and he locked her out of the home while awaiting their arrival.
San Mateo County Sheriff’s Department deputies came to the address and identified the suspect as 26-year-old Akilah Hasan from Palo Alto.
Hasan was taken into custody and she is facing charges on suspicion of felony first-degree residential burglary, and felony robbery. She is being held in the county jail in lieu of $100,000 bail.
If you or someone you love is suspected of burglary or robbery, contact Orange County criminal defense lawyer Staycie R. Sena at (949) 477-8088 for a consultation now.