|Updated: 10/21/2013 11:50 pm
||Published: 10/21/2013 11:43 pm
Neighbors in Sand Springs are concerned now that an accused "peeping Tom" is back on the streets.
Police tell FOX23 they arrested Braden Gramm after surveillance video caught him spying on two women, who were inside a local home.
He's now bonded out of jail, and the two women have filed for protective orders.
Gramm told Sand Springs police it all started when he saw the victim walking her dog. He said he watched her walk into her home and then he came back later. Not once, but a "handful" of times.
Now that Gramm is out of jail, neighbors are on edge.
"I knew he wouldn't stay in there long," Rhonda Miller told FOX23. "That's what I keep telling my neighbors, I hope he doesn't come back."
Miller isn't only concerned about herself, but also her children. She's made some changes since hearing about the "peeping Tom."
"I've set up my security system camera, so I have surveillance all the time," Miller said. "I had that before and I didn't use it."
She also keeps her blinds closed.
The victims took action as well.They filed the emergency protective order to keep Gramm away.
FOX23 talked with one of the victims off camera Monday. She said she has no clue who Gramm is, but had no further comment.
Miller hates this happened to her neighbor, but said it was a wake-up call to always be on guard.
"You think, 'Oh I am at my home. I'm safe. Nothing is going to happen here.' You have your security system, but that doesn't mean someone can't look through your window and see what you're doing."
As of Monday night, the DA had not filed formal charges against Gramm.