Serial Window Peeper Arrested In Fort Collins
Vincent Calhoun, 45, of Littleton, has been arrested following several reports of suspicious nighttime trespassing near the 600 block of South Sherwood Street, according to a City of Fort Collins press release.
At approximately 1 a.m. on September 22, an officer on-foot located Calhoun trespassing near a residential window.
“Thanks to the reports by local residents, we were able to identify a trend and increase patrols to successfully apprehend this suspect,” said Assistant Chief Kristy Volesky in the press release, who leads the Criminal Investigations Division. “This is a great example of how police-community partnerships can make our city a safer place.”
According to the press release, officers arrested Calhoun for Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification, a class six felony, and Third Degree Criminal Trespassing, which ultimately led to a Parole Revocation.
Calhoun’s vehicle is a 2018 silver Toyota Camry. Officers ask that you review any night time security camera footage as there are likely several unreported incidents involving Calhoun.
If you have experienced late-night activity near your home that seemed suspicious, contact Detective Julia Chenoweth at 970-416-2645.
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