Woman assaulted

November 07, 1996

An Arnold woman was assaulted Tuesday when she opened her door for a stranger who claimed he was looking for his lost poodle.

Theresa M. Stockhausen of the Shore Acres community told police she answered a knock at her apartment door about 9 p.m., opening the door about six inches. She braced the door with her foot and shoulder as the man at the door described a missing dog.

After Stockhausen told the man she would keep an eye out for the dog, he forced the door open and pushed his way in, police said.

The man put his hand over Stockhausen's mouth and tried to force her toward the living room, but Stockhausen screamed, and the man fled toward College Parkway, taking Stockhausen's eyeglasses, police said.

Her spectacles were recovered the next morning in some bushes about 25 yards from the building's entrance.

Police describe the man as white, between 5 feet 8 and 5 feet 10 inches tall with a thin build, long thin face, a light-colored, scruffy beard and a crackling voice.

He was wearing worn blue jeans, a white T-shirt, a light blue checked flannel shirt and a white baseball cap.

College hires woman to set up job bank

An Arnold woman has been hired to set up a student and alumni job bank and assist in Internet career exploration at Anne Arundel Community College.

Jennifer A. Edmonston, a former student at the college and a Towson State University graduate, will be responsible for establishing a computerized data base of resumes and job openings.

Edmonston, who has a bachelor's degree in mass communication and psychology, will conduct workshops, contact employers and provide information at career fairs.

Police log

Arnold: Someone broke into Broadneck High School in the 1200 block of Green Holly Drive over the weekend and stole 1,200 feet of wire valued at $3,600 from a section of the school under construction.

Pub Date: 11/07/96


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