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Addict vandalizes car, breaks into home, ends up handcuffed at gunpoint (Missouri)

On July 18th police in Sikeston, Missouri responded to a 911 call of an intruder being held at gunpoint. What they found was a known drug addict handcuffed on the floor and being held at gunpoint by the homeowner.

It all started in the wee hours of the morning (fun fact, the wee hours happen after the bars close. Prior to that it's called the WHEE! hours. back to the story).

Around 5:10 that morning, the homeowner owner to sounds coming from the first floor of the home. He got out of bed to investigate and noticed the rear door to the home was open so he grabbed a handgun and continued searching.

20-year-old Kaiden Lambert was hiding in a bathroom on the first floor. The homeowner ordered Lambert to the floor and called out for another resident to come help. The second resident retrieved handcuffs and secured Lambert while the homeowner held him at gunpoint.

They then escorted him into the foyer hallway and waited for police to arrive. Lambert admitted to breaking into the house, and stealing some of the homeowner's possessions.

He never mentioned vandalizing the homeowner's car by spray the letter's "FU" in gold paint across the car door.

He's been charged with burglary in the first degree, tampering with a motor vehicle in the first degree, stealing, unlawful use of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana.

Bonus Question: Who can guess why it was gold paint?