Foreclosed Home Squatters Chased Out by SWAT Team

The Naples, Fla., police department doesn't fool around when it comes to ridding a foreclosed home of illegal squatters. A SWAT team, called to a foreclosed home last month due to a so-called disturbance, gassed the place in an effort to force out a possible squatter who allegedly was hiding in the attic. In the end, three people were arrested inside the home for sale; and two toddlers, ages 2 and 3, were taken by Florida Department of Children and Families.

"It makes me so sad it gives me chills," neighbor Erica Vanover told the local NBC news station. "This is a quiet neighborhood. This is the only house we have in here that's in foreclosure."

Arrested in the 1980-built home were the children's mother, 20-year-old Tatiana Gil, Mitch Werman, as well as alleged attic-croucher, 25-year-old Ryan Kiskadden, pictured, whose uncle supposedly owned the abandoned 5-bedroom, 3-bath home since November 2005. The 2,892-square-footer had been used as the address of Mel's Towing Service.