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A Texas family says they'll be locking their doors at night following a terrifying home intrusion. 

A college student, Jon Paul Perez, told FOX Houston that he jumped out of bed when he heard screaming coming from his parents' bedroom in the middle of the night. 

He said that a man walked right into the bedroom and began trying to take off his mother's clothes as she slept next to her husband. 

The alleged intruder, 52-year-old George Arthur Smith, parked his car in the driveway of the Harris County home and entered through an unlocked side door. 

Perez and his father collared Smith as he tried to flee, hitting him and eventually pinning him down before police officers arrived. 

“We roughed him up a little bit, then we pinned him on his back and my dad had his head buried in the concrete," Perez explained. 

He said Smith did not appear to be armed, but looked to be under the influence of something. 

Smith, who does not have a previous criminal history, is being held on $20,000 bond. 

Watch the FOX 26 report above.


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