LONGMONT, Colo. (CBS4) – Police in Longmont want to know if a man they believe is a serial peeping tom has even more victims.
Eric Jacquemard, 39, was arrested this week for the third time in the city in the past year on charges of leering into a child’s bedroom.READ MORE: Colorado Kids & Teens Excited To Get Vaccinated At Rocky Mountain Hospital For Children
The first incidents were in May and August of 2013. In both of those cases Jacquemard was found with methamphatime.
On Tuesday night a parent chased after Eric Jacquemard after he was caught standing in the bushes outside a toddler’s room.READ MORE: Semi Crash Closed Part Of Interstate 70 In Glenwood Canyon
Officers arrested him minutes later at a convenience store near Emery Street.
Jacquemard is charged with invasion of privacy for sexual gratification. He is being held in jail on a $5,000 bond. When he’s released from jail he is expected to have to wear an ankle monitor.MORE NEWS: Alleged U.S. Capitol Rioter Patrick Montgomery Faces Arrest After Hunting Mountain Lion
Anyone with more information about the case is asked to contact Longmont police. Police say Jacquemard may be responsible for even more crimes.