Coral Springs Peeping Tom Caught Spying on People In Their Homes

Peeping tom

By Kevin Deutsch

Coral Springs Police on Tuesday arrested an accused Peeping Tom they say recorded video of unsuspecting people inside their homes.

Kenneth Parkerson, 40, was being surveilled by police as he exited the backyard of a private residence near the 900 block of Ramblewood Drive wearing a sweatshirt, ski mask, and dark clothing, the police department said on its Facebook page Wednesday.

According to police, residents inside one home saw Parkerson standing on their back patio. In other reported incidents, he was caught on surveillance footage “using his phone to video record the homeowner(s) inside, where they have a reasonable expectation of privacy,” police wrote.

Parkerson is charged with Burglary of a Dwelling Occupied, Voyeurism, Violation of Probation, and Reckless Driving, police said. He was being held without bond Wednesday at the Broward Main Jail.

According to the department, Parkerson is well-known to police from previous voyeurism incidents, for which he is currently on felony probation.

In 2013, Parkerson was sentenced to eight years in prison for videotaping and spying on women in their Coral Springs homes.

Police said their current probe into the accused voyeur’s activities is ongoing.

Anyone who has seen suspicious activity near their residence similar to Parkerson’s alleged actions is asked to contact Coral Springs Police Detective Brett Popock at or 954-346-1397.

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Kevin Deutsch

Kevin Deutsch
Kevin Deutsch is an award-winning crime journalist and author. A graduate of Florida International University, Kevin has worked on staff at The Miami Herald, New York Daily News, and The Palm Beach Post.

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