By: Christine Souders
The escapee is back behind bars, and he's left one QC woman shaken up.
The homeowner, who doesn't want to be identified, has lived down the street from the correctional facility for 20 years.
She told us, she's never been more eager to move because of her unexpected houseguest.
"Most prisoners would run as far as they cannot next door," said the homeowner.
But police said that's exactly what Stodolny did, somehow he got into her house.
The homeowner said he made himself comfortable stealing a pack of smokes, sleeping pills and using her bathroom.
"Who's safe? The whole area there's kids and families around here, so that makes me kind of unsafe."
The homeowner said she's just relieved neither she nor her five year old grandson we're home at the time.
"They could have grabbed him out here playing, which has always been safe for him to do, but now it's not going to be."
Now, the homeowner said she'll be watching her back until she can find a new place to live.
"I'm kind of scared, but now I'll just be on my guard more, I've always been safe that's why I live out in the country but now I'll be watching a little bit better."
The homeowner told us she plans on putting her house on the market this fall.
Meanwhile, Stodolny, now faces more charges and possible time for the escape.