Slidell man accused of being a serial Peeping Tom

Slidell man accused of being a serial Peeping Tom

A Slidell man was arrested Monday after he allegedly was caught peering in a woman's window, and then identified by other women in similar incidents.

Alphonse Tillman, 28, of Upperline Street, was booked with being a peeping Tom and being in possession of marijuana. Tillman's booking photo is not being released because it may be used in photo lineups for identification by additional victims.

On Oct. 27, a female resident of the Military Road / I-12 area called to report seeing a man peering through her living room window. The woman's father, called 911 after seeing the man run away.

Deputies began canvassing the neighborhood and found another female in the area who had recently noticed someone outside her window, but had not called 911 to report it.

Detectives began nightly surveillance in the area in an effort to catch the man in the act.

On Monday (Nov. 3), the boyfriend of a third victim called 911 to report a similar incident and gave a description of the man's car after seeing him drive away. Patrol deputies in the area located a car and driver matching the description provided by the victims. During the stop, deputies discovered a small amount of marijuana in Tillman's vehicle.

The third victim positively identified Tillman as the man peeping through her window.

Tillman is being held in the St. Tammany Parish Jail. His bond has not yet been set.

Investigators suspect there may be more victims. Anyone who has noticed a suspicious person outside their home is asked to call Detective Timothy Crabtree at (985) 726-7839.

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