On Saturday afternoon, she placed her hand on the door knob and called out, "Who's in here?".
Some of her clothes were missing, and she heard unusual noises coming from inside of her closet.
Astonishingly, someone answered: "Oh, my name's Drew".
When she checked inside, she noticed her clothes were disheveled and a few items were missing, Glenn said.
She added to WFMY that the man "was telling me everything about his life". What she saw next, however, was arguably more surprising. My sock. My shoes. He was wearing her clothes, according to the student, who said Swofford had a bag "full of my clothes", the TV station reported. As she waited for him to arrive, she tried to talk to the intruder to keep him busy.
'He tries on my hat. "He goes in the bathroom and looks in the mirror and then is like 'You're really pretty, can I give you a hug?'" Maggie told Fox8 News.
'But he never touched me, ' Maddie said.
The man pleaded with her not to call the cops.
Maddie and her roommate thought they had a ghost because of the missing items and odd handprints - until Saturday when the young woman says she found 30-year-old Andrew Swofford in her apartment. Inmate records also show previous charges, including larceny and failure to appear in court on felony counts. He is being held in Guilford County Jail.
Andrew Clyde Swofford, 30, was charged with misdemeanor breaking and entering after allegedly being found in a student's closet Saturday in Greensboro. However, the roommates are planning to leave their apartment after the incident. 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.
But what really scares the women is that this is not the first time unusual men have been inside their apartment. In December, they found two unusual men in their living room, even though their doors are always locked.
'I can't stay here.
The North Carolina University student, known only as Maddie, told local television station WHNT19 she was growing increasingly concerned in recent days after odd things started happening in her off-campus apartment. "Every time I go in [my room] there's a bad vibe".
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