A homeowner in Tacoma, Washington, woke up just before midnight to a loud noise from his roof, KCPQ-TV reported. Investigating, he found an intruder attempting to break in from the fourth-floor balcony.

The homeowner confronted the suspect, leading to a physical altercation where the homeowner punched the intruder several times while the suspect swiped at him with a knife. Although the homeowner wasn’t seriously injured, the suspect, armed with two knives and possibly scissors, then pulled off a stunt straight out of “Batman,” dropping from the fourth-floor balcony to the third, then jumping to the ground and fleeing in a vehicle.

The homeowner pursued the suspect in his car but lost sight of him and called 911 upon returning home. Detectives later identified the suspect, 33-year-old Adam Groetsch, after a family member recognized him from a Crime Stoppers bulletin. The family member revealed Groetsch had recently been discharged from the hospital, was disoriented, and had declining mental health due to bipolar disorder.

Police arrested Groetsch without incident on Sunday. He faces first-degree attempted burglary and second-degree assault charges, with bail set at $75,000, and remains in Pierce County Jail, according to jail records.