LATROBE, Pa. - A Westmoreland County man accused of peeping in a neighbor’s window faced a judge Monday, and Channel 11 has learned the case is allegedly growing against him.
John Miller, who police said secretly videotaped a woman in her home, had no comment for Channel 11.
According to police, a man saw Miller outside of the home and tackled him to the ground.
“I knew he was looking in the window and on the cellphone. Why would somebody do something like that,” said witness Bill Koutsky.
Koutsky held Miller until police showed up, they said.
According to officials, Miller’s troubles are growing. They said he’s being investigated for six other possible case in which he used a cellphone to record women in their homes.
Court records show he spend several years in jail for burglaries and similar conduct.
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