Naked intruder breaks into Bel Air house, kills family's pet birds and swims in pool
BEL AIR, CALIFORNIA: A 34-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of burglary after intruding into a Bel-Air house on Thursday. The man was seen swimming naked in the pool after killing the owner’s pet birds, according to police and home surveillance footage.
On June 17, police responded to a theft call in the 1000 block of Casiano Road, said Officer Mike Lopez, a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department. Paul Kiyan, 34, broke into the home of Mat Sabz by using a remote control which he took from an unlocked car that was sitting in the driveway. He was caught on surveillance cameras as he entered the house and began to make his way up the stairs. Sabz was alerted of uninvited visitor after his wife Monica received an alert on her phone that someone was inside the home who shouldn't be.
After Sabz confronted the nude intruder, who had entered the home and put on some of the man’s clothing, police were called. Officers found Kiyan being detained by private security, Lopez said. In the footage, Kiyan can be seen calmly walking around, sitting on the couch and relaxing. He also killed two parakeets that were kept as pets in the house.
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“I saw what he did to them,” Sabz told KTLA-TV Channel 5. “Like a serial killer, he said ‘Hi birdies,’ with a smile and put his hands in the cage and squeezed them, and then dropped them on the floor violently and then started stomping on them.” "The other bird knew what was going on," Sabz said. "You can hear the bird screaming and he did the same thing with the second bird. And that kind of changed everything when we saw that he killed these two defenseless animals."
Sabz added that he confronted a naked intruder who gained access to the home by a garage door opener, police said. Sabz said he confronted the man inside the house and asked what he was doing. But the intruder responded, "This is my house."
The report said Sabz escaped the home and called 911. But during that time, Kiyan tried on Sabz's clothes and even took a swim in the pool, the report said. Kiyan is being held at a Los Angeles County jail on $50,000 bail. He is expected to be in court on Monday, June 20, to face a number of felony charges.