MOUNT OLIVE TOWNSHIP, NJ (Morris County) – A 30-year-old New York man was arrested and charged for allegedly peering through a window and watching a woman change the toddler’s clothes.
On March 3, at 8:30 p.m., township police responded to an Eagle Rock Village apartment for the report of an unwanted man, peering into a window, police said.
The officer spoke to the female who reported she was babysitting a toddler, and changing the toddler’s clothing, when the toddler continued to point to the window behind her back. She then looked at the window and observed a man watching her change the toddler’s clothes, police said.
The man attempted to move up against the wall to avoid detection. The woman yelled at the man to leave, called police, and followed him to a silver SUV and he drove off, police said.
The Mount Olive Investigations Division responded to the scene and collected evidence as well as located video surveillance from a neighbor, police said.
On March 9, police identified the suspect as Elmer Alarcon-Guerra of Endicott and he was subsequently located and arrested. He was charged with peering into windows and was released pending a court appearance, police said.