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Investigators from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department have arrested a man in connection to reports of a “peeping Tom” entering properties in a San Clemente neighborhood on Avenida Miramar and peering into females’ bedrooms.
Geovani Carvallo-Fierro, a 36-year-old San Clemente resident, was arrested on suspicion of prowling and peeking while loitering, according to an OCSD press release. The department announced the arrest on its San Clemente Twitter account on Thursday, March 24.
Investigators have arrested a 36-year-old man suspected of entering properties in the 200 block of Avenida Miramar in San Clemente and looking into the bedroom windows of female residents. pic.twitter.com/NNWRb2VcGH
— OCSD – San Clemente (@OCSDSanClemente) March 24, 2022
The arrest follows public outcry from residents on Facebook groups, such as San Clemente Life, warning others of reported sightings.
An OCSD official said a warrant for Carvallo-Fierro’s arrest was obtained after investigators interviewed the suspect.
The department believes there may be additional victims and encourages anyone with information to come forward while it continues its investigation by contacting 949.770.6011.