Police said Campbell pushed Rooks out the backdoor and began trying to pull off the housekeeper’s pants."She was on the floor right there," Rooks told News 6 while in his room Wednesday. He wanted to take her clothes off."Rooks said he quickly ran to his upstairs neighbor, Eric Love, for help.Armed with a baseball bat, Love came down and told Campbell to get off the victim, according to the report."He dialed the Maitland Police Department handed me his phone and he grabbed his baseball bat and he came down stairs," Rooks said of his neighbor.Campbell said he was looking for someone who did not live there.The suspect then asked the housekeeper for a glass of water, according to the arrest report.Here's where you can meet singles in Apopka, Florida.Our Orange County singles are in the 407/321/689 area code, and might live in these or other zip codes: 32704, 32703, or 32712 personals.
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The homeowner said after drinking the water, Campbell grabbed the woman and forced his way into the house from the backdoor.
The homeowner tried to call police but Campbell grabbed his phone, the victim told police."Then he looked like he just snapped, and he rushed in and grabbed my cleaning lady up in his arms off the floor and he was trying to push her into the living room area," the homeowner, William Rooks, told News 6.