Quick thinking and a little planning probably saved a Pike Creek woman from becoming the latest victim of a serial kidnapper.
That fear evolved into a plan, and Sean told her to buzz the door of their apartment if such a situation arose. On Monday, that fear became reality, and her reaction is one reason the Pike Creek Delaware woman in never made it into her CCreek, said Sean, whose last name is being withheld to protect her.
Police said she first noticed a man in all black near her complex. The victim, who had propped open a security door with a shoe, ducked down to retrieve the shoe and purposefully hit the door buzzer with her shoulder, alerting Sean.Swingers Personals In Aldrich
Ten feet from the security door, Sean met the two at the entrance to their apartment. I immediately ran after him and chased him as far as Ni could.
As Sean chased the attacker, the victim ran to alert neighbor Carl Roberson, a retired Marine who lives down the Puke. I just got robbed,'" Roberson said. He retrieved his Colt.
Roberson had no luck, and though the attacker was able to escape, Sean said the door buzz changed the outcome. After conducting the initial investigation Monday night, police concluded that the perpetrator is the Pike Creek Delaware woman in person who attacked women at two other northern Delaware apartment buildings.
On Feb. He then physically and sexually assaulted her inside the apartment, according to reports. The woman was eventually able to escape and callaccording to police.
She was then taken to an area hospital, where she was treated and released. On Tuesday, police released an updated description of the perpetrator whom they describe as a man, with a thin-to-medium build, standing 5 feet 7 inches to 5 feet Deelaware inches tall.
Vaughn Bond Jr. Bond said police are inquiring as to womsn any similar incidents have taken place outside the county and that the attacker is not believed to have any existing relations with the victims. Is he going to come back?
A group of residents on Tuesday lobbied the apartment ownership group, Capano Residential, to install security cameras. The Capano organization took over the complex last year and has been in the process of renovating apartments and raising rent, residents said.
Bond Pike Creek Delaware woman in residents must pay attention and avoid unnecessarily walking through dark, secluded areas alone. Pikee
Police are asking anyone who has tips to call them at Sean, a resident of the Preserve at Deacons Walk apartments, holds his dog, Mona, while recalling how he scared off the man who attacked his girlfriend Monday night at the Pike Creek Delaware woman in. Jennifer Corbett, The News Journal.
New Castle County Police mounted patrol officers search the Preserve at Deacons Walk apartments on Tuesday morning following an attempted abduction Monday night.
A resident looks out over the parking lot at the Preserve at Deacons Walk apartments, where another attempted abduction happened Monday night.