Cops: Man Sexually Assaults FEMA Inspector During a check of his home for damage By Kevin Spak, Newser Staff Posted Nov 15, 2012 2:40 PM CST 53 comments Comments The FEMA inspector was checking for storm damage when the alleged assault took place. (Shutterstock) (Newser) – A Staten Island man was arrested yesterday after allegedly sexually assaulting a FEMA inspector who came to check his home for storm damage. The inspector, 49, arrived at Robert Langshultz's door Monday afternoon, the New York Post reports. No sooner had she knocked than Langshultz, 53, allegedly pounced, hurling her against a wall, attempting to kiss her, and grabbing her breasts. The woman then broke free and called police. Langshultz's neighbors were shocked. "He's a great guy. Terrific, actually," one said.