Alleged peeping Tom arrested after following women home from Tulsa bar

TULSA, Okla. — A man has been arrested after police say he followed several women to their home after leaving a bar on Brookside early Friday morning.

Tulsa police say it happened around 2:30 a.m. when they were called to the area of 36th and Riverside and found a man pinned to the ground by several women.

The suspect, Taylor Rogers, had reportedly followed three women home from a bar on Brookside.

Once the women were inside the home, police say Rogers began messing with the breaker box, then watched the women change clothes through a window.

Rogers then tried to pull off the window screen but was spotted by one of the women, said police.

Police say Rogers then tried running away but was chased down by at least two of the women to a nearby street.

The two women were reportedly punched, kicked, bit and had their hair pulled by Rogers but did not let him go.

Once police arrived they found the women had pinned down Rogers, who was then arrested and taken to Tulsa County Jail.

Rogers is now facing a peeping Tom charge, two aggravated assault and battery charges and attempted first degree burglary charge.

Jail records show that Rogers bonded out of jail around 1:40 p.m. Friday.

This is an arrest, not a conviction.