Facebook helps lead police to arrest in Colorado College peeper case

October 7, 2013 Updated: October 8, 2013 at 7:40 am
photo - Andrew Browning, (Courtesy File Photo)
Andrew Browning, (Courtesy File Photo) 

Colorado Springs Police on Monday identified a suspect in two peeping Tom incidents at Colorado College over the weekend of Sept. 28-29.

Andrew Browning, 24, was arrested on three counts of second degree burglary, three counts of first degree criminal trespassing, three counts of second degree criminal trespassing and two counts of invasion of privacy.

Campus safety officials received reports of a peeper in the women's bathroom of the Loomis Hall dormitory on the evening of Sept. 28 and the afternoon of Sept. 29.

During the first episode, a female student was showering about 10:30 p.m., when she said she noticed someone looking at her. At 4:30 p.m. the following day, another female student told police she was entering the bathroom when she saw a man holding a cell phone at the top of the shower stall.

Security cameras caught what appeared to be the same man entering the dorm's elevator before each incident.

A tip to the campus safety office on Oct. 3 led to Browning's arrest, police said. The person who tipped off police said the man in the photos CC had released looked like someone they knew on Facebook.

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