Woman shocked with Taser during home invasion

HOUSTON - A woman said a man who broke into her southwest Houston home, dragged her around and shocked her with a Taser gun.

Vicky Cabillo said she woke up to find a man in her home early Tuesday. She said the man jumped on her back and pinned her to her bed.

"He grabbed me by my shirt and he was pulling me everywhere," she said. "He was using a (Taser) on the back of my head."

Cabillo said the robber used the Taser on her repeatedly and never gave her a chance to resist or fight back.

"He asked me for the money. He started hitting me and I gave him the money. He asked me for the gold. I give him the gold and then he asked me for the keys to the car," Cabillo said.

The man got away with cash, jewelry and he drove away in Cabillo's light brown 2001 Honda Accord. The car was found a short time later near Christa McAuliffe Middle School.

Cabillo said she was shaken up but not seriously hurt.

"I just thank God I'm OK. I'm alive," she said.

Cabillo said she didn't get a good look at her attacker's face.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.

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