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Chesterfield man in peeping Tom case charged

Charles E. Ramirez
The Detroit News

A Chesterfield Township man initially suspected of being a peeping Tom has been charged with a misdemeanor.

Luis Lopez-Torres, 24, has been charged with disorderly conduct-urinating in public, Chesterfield Township Police officials said Tuesday. If convicted, he faces up to 90 days in jail and/or a fine.


Officials said he was arraigned in 42-2 District Court in New Baltimore on the charge and released on a personal bond. He is scheduled to appear next in court on July 5.

Police arrested Lopez-Torres last week after receiving a report about a man standing in front of a home's window in the 25900 block of Rose Street near Gratiot and 21 Mile. The incident happened at about 3:30 p.m. on June 19.

A motorist passing by the house saw the man and reported him to police. The witness also told officials the suspect appeared to have been exposing himself while looking into the window, according to authorities.

The motorist took the suspect's picture, yelled at him and he walked away from the scene, police said.

Officers found the suspect the next day, walking in the neighborhood.