GREENSBURG, Pa. - A man accused of peeping in women’s windows in Unity Township has also been charged with the same thing in Greensburg, police said.
“It’s a scary thought, knowing how many people he could do this to,” said a victim.
When the victim saw Channel 11’s story about John Miller being arrested for allegedly peeping in women's windows in Unity Township earlier this month, she said she had to talk to police.
The victim said Miller lives in her Greensburg apartment building and was doing the same thing to her.
“Somebody kept creeping by my window,” she said.
After hearing from the woman, police filed loitering and prowling charges against Miller. The charges were filed five days after he was charged in Unity Township for allegedly stalking and taking video of six women, some of them naked.
Police said Miller spent nine years in prison for the same crime in 2003.
Channel 11 reporter Jennifer Tomazic also uncovered that Miller faced similar charges in Allegheny and Indiana counties in the early '90s.
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