Oklahoma City dog saves woman and her blind son from home invasion 01/15/2020 10:51 am PST Comments KFOR via KFOR: OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) -- Oklahoma City resident Tracy McCoy's 122-pound Great Dane "Dubai" saved the day when a stranger walked right into their home on Monday. McCoy says she heard their side door open, and thought it was her older son, but instead, "I looked up and came face to face with a stranger," she said. She was home with her son Nathaniel, who is blind. "The instant that I screamed, Dubai understood that that person was not welcome here," said McCoy. Surveillance video shows the suspect, later identified as Robert Ward, walk into the house and pet Dubai before walking further down the hallway. She screamed and Ward froze. Dubai jumped into action. "He immediately did an about-face literally and started after the gentleman, and he escorted him out by the rear end with his teeth," she said. McCoy watched as Ward took off, but OKC police arrested him just moments later. Ward faces a first-degree burglary charge. MORE: OKC homeowner's dog saves the day after mid-afternoon home invasion - KFOR #AnimalNews #Burglary #HomeInvasion #KFOR #Oklahoma #OklahomaCity Related Stories Dog beaten, shot while protecting teen during home-invasion Pit Bull helped missing 2-year-old girl survive in woods Woman credits rescue dog for saving her during break-in Hero dog takes bullets for family; Internet raises medical funds Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.