Sand Springs police arrest peeping suspect
|Updated: 10/17 5:20 pm
||Published: 10/17 5:19 pm
Sand Springs police arrested a man they say was peeping in homes in a neighborhood.
Police said Braden Gramm admitted to them that he peeped into two homes while exposing himself.
According to the police report the officer responded to a peeping Tom call and saw video a victim took of a voyeur at her house on Oct. 15. Neighbors said the man was seen in a white Ford F-150. One officer conducted surveillance while another officer walked the neighborhood in plainclothes.
The officer was then called to area where a similar truck was seen. The officer found the truck and saw a man walking from the truck. The officer stopped the man, Gramm, and recognized him from the video.
Gramm told police he did not live in the neighborhood, but went there to run.
The officer sent a picture of Gramm to the other officer who identified Gramm as the suspect.
The officer arrested him on complaints of indecent exposure and peeping tom.
During the interview police said Gramm admitted to seeing a woman walking her dog and then peeping on her a "handful of times" and of peeping at one other house.
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