APPLETON - In court documents, Brian Kluck admitted he did it dozens oftimes - peeped on women in their Appleton homes.
He says it began in 2008. Kluck told authorities he had beenpeeping for months. Police say they had him on their radar, becausehe was on probation for peeping before.
"We have one of our investigators who specializes in sex crimes,sex offender registry things of that nature was also familiar withthis person," said Sgt. Pat DeWall of the Appleton PoliceDepartment.
According to court documents, Kluck would make this walkmultiple times a week from the Snug Inn motel he called home to aneighborhood about a mile away. When he got there, he knew theexact houses and exact times women would be showering.
How he got the addresses? The phone book.
Kluck told investigators he had no car so he had to find housesclose by. Police say they found handwritten lists of women he hadseen already and wanted to see again, nude. Records show when hegot there, he often stood on air conditioners to see throughwindows. He would also take pictures. Kluck is accused of peepingon 12 women and taking pictures of three of them.
FOX 11 attempted to contact many of the women, but they were notavailable or did not want to comment.
Kluck faces more than 40 years in prison for the charges.
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