LONGMONT - A man arrested for peeping into a bedroom window has a history of similar crimes says police.
Eric Jacquemard, 38, is accused of peering into a window of a home in the 400 block of Emery Street in Longmont around midnight Wednesday.
The homeowner saw Jacquemard run out from behind a bush away from the homeowner's 3-year-old son's bedroom window, according to a Longmont police report.
The homeowner chased the suspect away. He was later arrested at nearby convenience store.
Jacquemard denied he was peeping. Police say they found footprints in the snow outside the victim's window.
According to a Longmont police report, Jacquemard is known by authorities to peer into stranger's windows at night.
Jacquemard was arrested in August 2013 for peeping into windows in the 300 block South Francis Street.
He was also arrested in May 2013 for an incident where he was caught leaving a woman's apartment as she arrived home.
Jacquemard is facing harassment, invasion of privacy for sexual gratification and criminal trespass charges.
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