Police in the town of Dracut, Massachusetts are seeking to press charges against a man who allegedly looked out the bedroom window of two young girls in the early hours of the morning. suspicious man hiding in the bushes outside a resident’s apartment at 120 Skyline Drive, which is located in the Skyline Commons apartment complex. barking at a section of bushes, from which a man quickly emerged. “Literally he was like completely hidden, then he appeared (putting his hood over his head) as I was standing (nearby) and walked away,” said the resident, who wished to remain anonymous. Officers also spoke to another resident of 120 Skyline Drive, who said she was woken by a barking dog and heard her young daughters, ages 2 and 5, crying in their bedroom shortly afterwards. This woman, Emmarie Albert, told officers that her 5-year-old daughter, Aliza, said she saw a man looking out her bedroom window. “The dog starts barking at the window. So he barks at the window and (Aliza) starts yelling that someone at her window,” Albert said. The earlier man had returned to the area from 120 Skyline Drive and had left in a vehicle. followed him and called the police, stayed on the phone with him and led them, sort of, to where he was,” she said. bedroom window about 2 1/2 hours earlier Deputy Chief of Police David Chartrand said the man claimed he was looking for a lost cell phone in the bushes outside the girls’ bedroom window. Chartrand noted that this wasn’t the first time the suspect had been spotted lurking in this area.”The office uh who was on the scene, he knew this individual from an earlier incident that happened at this complex of similar nature, where he had been in the bushes and claimed he was looking for a phone po rtable,” Chartrand said. Chartrand said Dracut police intend to press charges against the man in Lowell District Court, specifically for disturbing the peace and disorderly conduct. … I don’t know,” Albert said. “I think he’s a perv. I mean, I don’t… there’s no other reason.” The identity of the man is not immediately made public. “A complaint request (is) filed today in Lowell District Court. The court will review the request and determine if there is probable cause to support the charges brought by the officers. Once this is done and the court certifies that there is probable cause for the elements of the alleged crimes, the individual will be summoned to court,” Chartrand said. The owner of Skyline Commons, meanwhile, issued an order restraining the suspect from returning to the property. Chartrand encourages all Dracut residents who identify suspicious activity to call the police at 978-957-2123.

Police in the town of Dracut, Massachusetts, are seeking to press charges against a man who allegedly looked out the bedroom window of two young girls in the early hours of the morning.

Dracut Police said officers responded at around 2:15 a.m. Monday to a report of a suspicious male hiding in the bushes outside a resident’s apartment at 120 Skyline Drive, which is located in the Skyline Commons apartment complex.

Responding officers spoke with a Skyline Commons resident who said she was walking her dog around 2am when her dog began barking at a section of bushes, from which a man quickly emerged.

“Literally, I was like completely hidden, then I climbed up (putting his hood over his head) as I stood (nearby) and walked away,” said the resident, who wished to remain anonymous.

Officers also spoke to another resident of 120 Skyline Drive, who said she was woken by a barking dog and heard her young daughters, ages 2 and 5, crying in their bedroom shortly afterwards.

This woman, Emmarie Albert, told officers that her 5-year-old daughter, Aliza, said she saw a man looking out her bedroom window.

“The dog starts barking at the window. So he barks at the window and (Aliza) starts yelling that someone’s at her window,” Albert said.

Police searched the area, but were unable to find a suspect. At approximately 4:30 a.m., police received a call reporting that the earlier male had returned to the 120 Skyline Drive area and left in a vehicle.

The Skyline Commons resident who spotted the man in the bushes earlier said she was the one who saw him drive away from the building in a truck.

“I followed him and called the police, stayed on the phone with him and kind of led them to where he was,” she said.

Dracut Police stopped this vehicle nearby and identified the driver as the man who had looked out the girls’ bedroom window about 2.5 hours earlier.

Deputy Chief of Police David Chartrand said the man claimed he was looking for a lost mobile phone in the bushes outside the girls’ bedroom window. Chartrand noted that this is not the first time the suspect has been seen hiding in this area.

“The officer who was at the scene, he knew this individual from an earlier incident that had happened at this compound of a similar nature, where he had been in the bushes and claimed he was looking for a cell phone,” said declared Chartrand. .

Chartrand said Dracut police intend to bring charges against the man in Lowell District Court, specifically for disturbing the peace and disorderly conduct.

“I don’t know why or what he wanted, or what his deal was, or if he was watching us, or…I don’t know,” Albert said. “I think he’s a pervert. I mean, I don’t…there’s no other reason.”

The identity of the man is not immediately made public.

“A Complaint Request (is) filed today in Lowell District Court. The court will review the request and determine if there is probable cause to support the charges brought by the officers. Once this is done and the court certifies that there is probable cause for the elements of the alleged crimes, the individual will be subpoenaed,” Chartrand said.

The owner of Skyline Commons, meanwhile, issued a no trespassing order barring the suspect from returning to the property.

Chartrand encourages all Dracut residents who identify suspicious activity to call the police at 978-957-2123.