SICKLERVILLE, N.J. (CBS/AP) — A Camden County homeowner opening her front door was stabbed and injured by a woman who had pulled a knife on police two days earlier when they responded to another call at the residence, authorities said. Judith Asber, 52, went to the Sicklerville home on Sunday afternoon and rang the doorbell, authorities said.

When the homeowner answered it, Asber stabbed her in the abdomen and then chased her inside the home, authorities said.

The victim’s name and details on her injuries were not disclosed. Asber was charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault, burglary, stalking and two weapons counts, according to the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office.

The attack came two days after police responding to a suspicious person report found Asber at the home, authorities said. She pulled a knife on the officers, who used a stun gun to subdue the Sicklerville woman. She was charged in that incident with aggravated assault and a weapons count.

Authorities have not said what may have sparked the incidents.

Asber will remain jailed until a detention hearing is held, authorities said. It wasn’t known Tuesday if she’s retained an attorney.

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