EXETER — A woman held captive and sexually assaulted inside her residence tossed hot chicken soup at her attacker, according to court records. Court records suggest that the alleged attack happened less than two weeks after the defendant was released from prison. Borough police allege Joshua Perez, 25, stalked an elderly woman for about two hours before entering her Susquehanna Avenue residence when she left to feed cats early Thursday morning. Court records say when she returned home, she encountered Perez inside her residence. Perez told the woman, “I’m horny,” and “I’m not leaving until I (lewd comment).” She pleaded with Perez to remove chicken soup from the oven. As she took the hot pot out of the oven, she threw the steaming contents at Perez, striking him in the neck and chest, court records say. Perez stayed in the house for about three hours while the woman attempted to make conversation with him. Perez removed all his clothes and performed a self lewd sex act near the woman, police allege. Police said in court records Perez removed the woman’s pants and underwear and attempted to rape her. She stopped him saying she had surgery. Perez forced the woman to perform a lew...