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Window peeping suspect arrested, police concerned about additional victims

Released on Friday, October 2, 2020
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  • Calhoun booking photo

A suspect has been arrested in connection with multiple window peeping incidents.

In late summer, Fort Collins Police received several reports of suspicious nighttime trespassing near the 600 block of South Sherwood Street. Officers conducted extra patrol in the area in an effort to catch the suspect. On September 22, 2020 at approximately 1:00 a.m., an officer on foot located a man trespassing near a residential window. The man was identified as Vincent Calhoun, 45, of Littleton. Calhoun’s vehicle, a 2018 silver Toyota Camry, was located nearby.

Following an investigation, officers arrested Calhoun for Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification (class 6 felony) and Third Degree Criminal Trespassing, which ultimately led to a Parole Revocation. A booking photo is attached courtesy of the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office.

Based on additional information gathered during the follow-up investigation, police are concerned that unreported incidents involving this suspect may have occurred in Fort Collins and other Front Range communities.

Anyone with information about window peeping incidents in Fort Collins, who has not already contacted police, is encouraged to contact Detective Julia Chenoweth at 970-416-2645 or Crime Stoppers of Larimer County at 970-221-6868. Residents with home security video that may have captured late-night activity in this area from July through September are asked to review their footage and notify police if this suspect or vehicle is seen.

“Thanks to the reports by local residents, we were able to identify a trend and increase patrols to successfully apprehend this suspect,” said Assistant Chief Kristy Volesky, who leads the Criminal Investigations Division. “This is a great example of how police-community partnerships can make our city a safer place.”

All charges are simply an accusation by law enforcement officers, and any arrested party must be presumed innocent until proven guilty in court.