Man accused of peeping into home arrested

May 21st, 2010 by admin

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. (WSVN) — A suspected peeping tom has been arrested after he was busted standing inside an enclosed patio of a neighbor’s home.

On Tuesday night, Pembroke Pines firefighter, Captain Ireneusz Fajkis, encountered 28-year-old Kenneth Parkerson at his home and fought with him until police arrived. “Now that he’s going to be away for a while, I hope he’s not going to have the guts to come anywhere near here again,” Fajkis said.

A woman, who is eight months pregnant, said she has been terrified for months by someone who was creeping around in her screened porch. “You’re absolutely in prison in your own house because you know he needs only a tiny hole to look inside, and I cannot see outside when it’s that dark,” said Dorothy Fajkis.

Police said the 28-year-old tried to smash a camera as he was caught peeping into the home. He faces charges of burglary, video voyeurism, tampering with evidence and possession of marijuana.

Parkerson has a lengthy criminal history and he lives with his father, who is a retired FBI agent.

Authorities are waiting for a subpoena before they view the footage on Parkerson’s camera.

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