After spotting handprints in the bathroom of her apartment on the edge of campus and noticing several of her trousers and shirts had gone missing, the junior identified as Maddie heard what "sounded like a raccoon in my closet" after she arrived home around lunchtime Saturday. Moreover, the junior told other local news outlets this week, she had previously noticed handprints on the bathroom walls.
"She apparently came home around her lunch break, heard a noise in her closet and found him in there", Greensboro Police spokesman Ron Glenn said, per the Greensboro News & Record. "It sounded like a raccoon in my closet", Maddie said. Put my hand on the knob and I'm like 'who's in here.' And somebody answers me.
'I open the door and he's in there, wearing all of my clothes. "My socks. My shoes and has a book bag full of my clothes".
The Greensboro Police Department later identified the man as 30-year-old Andrew Swofford. He continued trying on Maddie's clothing and asked for a hug, but didn't touch her, she said.
Andrew Clyde Swofford, 30, is charged with misdemeanor breaking and entering.
In December 2018, Maddie and her roommate said they arrived home to their same apartment, a students-only building near campus, to discover two odd men in their living room.
This past December, she and her roommates found two odd men in their living room, she told Fox 8 - even though their doors are always locked, and they've never seen any damage to them.Читайте также: Hugh Jackman Gets the Last Laugh Over Ryan Reynolds in Online Feud
A female student in North Carolina got quite the surprise when she came face-to-face with an intruder in her closet.
She said she had been experiencing other unusual occurrences in the apartment, WGHP reported. "Like shirts trousers etc.", said break-in victim Maddie.
A university of student in North Carolina recently noticed something unusual going on in her apartment: her clothes were mysteriously disappearing.
He is still in jail after his bail was set at a combined $26,600 for three of the 25 charges Swofford is facing.
She said he tried to make himself at home and was "not violent". I can't stay here.
"Last night I did not feel safe", she told the station. My closet, it stinks.
The property management company, Burkely Communities, is going through the details in an attempt to find out how this happened. Every time I go in (my room) there's a bad vibe. "I'm just ready to leave", as per the TV station.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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