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    ´╗┐Intruder tracked via snow With a baseball bat in one hand and a telephone in another, Western Kentucky University student Allyson Beasecker told police dispatchers she could hear a burglar outside her bedroom door. A trail of footsteps in the snow later led police to an arrest. Tuesday at her 604 E. Main Ave. apartment when he broke the glass out of her front door and forced his way inside the apartment she shares nike elite socks with five other young women all WKU students, according to police records and WKU spokesman Bob Skipper. Beasecker jumped out of bed and grabbed a baseball bat to protect herself. When Bowling Green Police Department officers arrived, Beaseker was still on the phone with a dispatcher. She told the dispatcher she could see the shadows of the intruder's footprints at the bottom of her bedroom door and she was "in fear for her life .," according to police. Officers made sure each of the residents was safe and told them to stay inside their rooms until they could check the nike lunarepic flyknit apartment for the intruder. After clearing the apartment, police asked the women to come out of their rooms to make sure everyone was accounted for and unharmed. All the victims were "extremely distraught and upset due to the incident," according to police. One of the residents, Elaina Hardin, told police her purse was missing. Police noticed while clearing the apartment that the back door was open. Officers at the rear of the apartment found footprints in the snow. Officers tracked the footprints north and found Hardin's nike training shoes purse on the ground. The footprints led toward the east side of 625 E. Eighth Ave., directly to Jeremy T. Anthony, 34, who was crouched beside the home, police said. Officers took Anthony into custody at gunpoint. He was charged with second degree burglary, third degree criminal mischief and an unrelated charge of failure to appear. He is in Warren County Regional Jail under a $5,633 bond. At the time of his capture, Anthony was wearing brown knit gloves and carrying a green and silver "moderate size" pocket knife, according to police. He was wearing green and white Nike Zoom athletic shoes in size 12.5 that matched the footprints at the scene of the burglary. The bottom right shoe also had shards of glass embedded in it the shards had the same tint as the glass in the broken front door, records show. Anthony has a lengthy arrest record in Warren County, dating back to 1998. He has been jailed 14 times prior Tuesday's arrest. Prior charges range from assault and disorderly conduct to trespassing and drug offenses, according to online jail records. When police returned to the burglarized residence Wednesday morning, each of the women was still awake and said they were afraid to go back to sleep. They requested extra police patrols around their home.