By Jacqueline Sit, NEWS 9

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma City police arrested a man they said tried to run away after breaking into his ex-mother-in-law's home wearing high heels and women's clothes.

Charlotte Palmer called police Friday at about 9:30 a.m. to report a man had broken into her house near N. Council Road and W. Britton Road.

"I look down everywhere and saw woman's clothes everywhere and my purse, I think he was trying to steal my clothes and my purse," Palmer said.

When officers arrived, they saw 26-year-old Gregory Adam Streater running away in high heels and woman's clothes.

"As police showed up, he took off in high heels," Palmer said. "Turns out it was my ex-son-in-law, so that's awesome."

Police said Palmer woke up to Streater standing over her bed wearing a white lace top, high heels and pantyhose.

"The only guy I know that dresses in women's clothes is my ex-son-in-law, that's why he's my ex-son-in-law," Palmer said.

A police helicopter and search dog combed the area near the 8200 block of N.W. 90th Terrace, where Streater was found nearly two hours later by the search dog not too far from the neighborhood and was wearing just one high heel shoe.

Palmer's former relatives said drugs may have led Streater to break into the house and take off with his ex-mother-in-law's clothing.

Streater now faces a charge of first-degree burglary. His bond was set at $10,000.

Police have not said if Streater was under the influence at the time of the incident.