Accused septic tank peeping tom pleads not guilty
|Updated: 7/16 11:39 am
||Published: 7/08 9:30 am
Tulsa County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a man found in a septic tank on suspicions he is a peeping tom.
Deputies were called to the White Water Park, on the southeast side of the Keystone Dam, around 5 p.m. on Sunday. Deputies met with a park ranger who told them a man had been found in the septic tank under to the toilet.
A victim told the deputy that she was taking her daughter to the bathroom when they saw a man in the toilet looking up at him. She said the man was quiet and did not ask for help until she started calling for authorities.
The man told the deputy his name was Kenneth Enlow and he had been hit in the head by a tire iron by his girlfriend and dumped in the toilet.
He was rescued from the septic tank, hosed off by the Keystone Fire Department and examined by doctors who did not find a wound from a tire iron on him. According to the report he had older scratches on his head.
Enlow faces one charge of peeping tom. He pleaded not guilty.
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