A family of four had a rude awakening Friday morning when the homeowner's ex broke in and defecated on several of the family's belongings, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Office.
The victim was asleep at first, but at least one of the three children inside the home allegedly witnessed Michael Anthony Johnson, 27, of Apopka, break into the home and defecate on things, deputies said.
Johnson is accused of defecating on the victim's bed sheets, a glass kitchen plate, a wallet and a dresser.
Johnson was arrested in January for domestic battery, criminal mischief, and resisting arrest and was not supposed to be at the home, deputies said. A court order was issued banning him from returning to the home.
"The defendant had only been out of jail two days before violating the no contact order," investigators said in the arrest report.
Johnson allegedly gave deputies false information, but one officer said, "I recognized the defendant, and remembered responding to the same address in regards to an aggravated stalking with credible threat in May 2014."
Johnson was charged with burglary of an occupied dwelling, criminal mischief, sanitary nuisance, providing false information to law enforcement, petit theft and aggravated stalking. He was booked into the Orange County Jail on Friday.