Man Arrested On Window Peeper Charges After Using Ladder To Peek Into Home With Children Inside


A man from Michigan has been apprehended after he was caught peeking through the windows of several homes in the Detroit vicinity over the past couple of months, reports Fox. 41-year-old Marquis Fleming has been charged after an investigation was launched in Eastpointe when people began to report incidents of a man utilizing a ladder to look into windows. According to Fox 2, the man returned to look into two homes where children resided. Police say the man

“is a fourth-offense habitual offender,”

reports the news outlet. 

Officials in Eastpointe received doorbell footage in connection to a peeping encounter and contacted police departments nearby and found out the peeping incidents also occurred in Oak Park, Detriot, Warran, and Harper Woods. Officials managed to locate the 41-year-old in Oak Park where he was reportedly discovered messing with a home’s window. 

Fleming was later arrested at his home in Detroit and officials took several phones, a gun, ammunition as well as other evidence. He has been charged with

“three counts of disorderly person – window peeper, two counts of felony firearm, felon in possession of a firearm, and felon in possession of ammunition,”

reports Fox. 

According to the Warren Police Department,

“Knowing that ‘peeping tom’ suspects often escalate their behaviors into home invasions and sexual assaults, Warren Investigators immediately contacted surrounding jurisdictions with possible suspect information:” 

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