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Home Invasion Documented In 911 Call

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LITTLETON, Colo. (CBS4)- A man is accused of breaking into a Littleton home on Sunday and threatening the two women inside with a knife. Their ordeal was captured on a 911 call to police.

Police in Littleton said Kevin Krieger broke into the apartment on S. Curtice St. on Sunday. A woman and her 18-year-old niece called for help.

kevin krieger Home Invasion Documented In 911 Call

Kevin Krieger (credit: Littleton Police Dept.)

Both women are heard on the 911 call to police dispatch. They claimed a man broke through their sliding glass door, so they locked themselves in a bedroom and called police.

A portion of the 911 recording from Littleton Police:
Caller: “He just came to the door.”
2nd Person: “Will you stop it?”
Dispatch: “Hello?”
2nd Person: “No, I don’t even know who you are.”
Caller: “Please, please come. He’s trying to get into the bedroom.”
2nd Person: “I don’t know who you are. You need to go home.”
Caller: “Please come fast.”
Dispatch: “Okay, we’re on the way.”
Caller: “He’s kicking the door in. Can you guys just come, please?”
Dispatch: “Yes, we are on the way. I’m going to stay on the phone with you, though. Is that okay?”

Police said Krieger had a knife. He reportedly told the women he was going to crucify them.

Officers arrived within four minutes of the call and arrested Krieger without a fight.

911 recording:
Suspect: “Open the door!”
2nd Person: “No!”
Suspect: “Open the door!”
2nd Person: “Stop!”

The woman and her niece were not hurt.

911 recording:
Caller: “Thank you, thank you, thank you very much.”
Dispatch: “You’re welcome. Goodbye.”

Officer said when they arrested Krieger, he had a military ID on him, but was not active duty.

Earlier in March, Krieger was charged after failing to appear in a misdemeanor case. Now he’s also facing a first degree felony.

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