Juliun Clinton, 29, was charged with burglary, sexual imposition and obstructing official business. Police also served him two bench warrants.
On Sept. 16, the victim, 25, was sleeping on her couch when Clinton allegedly broke into the home, a Sandusky police report said.
“While she was sleeping, she felt her pants being pulled down, however, she thought (she) stated she thought she was in a dream,” the report said. “At that point, (the victim) awoke and realized her pajama pants were in fact being pulled down and felt a hand on the outside of her naked thigh.”
The woman jolted awake and saw Clinton standing over her, the report said.
When she screamed, Clinton jumped over the couch and bolted out of the house, the report said.
Police showed up at about 2 a.m. and found pry marks on two doors. A suspect was nowhere to be found.
A similar incident happened about two weeks prior. On Sept. 2, a victim awoke to find Clinton allegedly standing over her. Clinton told the victim he’d cut off his court-ordered ankle monitor and fled his grandmother’s house, the report said.
Clinton allegedly told the woman he planned to kill himself, but he then ran out of the house.
When the home was burglarized again Tuesday, police drove to Clinton’s grandmother’s home in the 1300 block of Farwell St. The door opened as officers walked up to the house, but someone quickly shut it.
Moments later, officers spotted Clinton dashing for the woods behind the home, a police report said.
They arrested him at gunpoint. Late Wednesday, he was in the Erie County jail on $24,850 bond.