A Sand Springs man was formally charged with eight felonies this week for reportedly peeping into windows and exposing himself.
Sand Springs authorities arrested Braden Gramm in October after setting up surveillance and spotting him in the area of 5100 Sklane Drive. He allegedly had been looking at people in the house and was caught touching himself outside.
Earlier this week court records indicated that Gramm was charged with four counts of indecent exposure and four counts of peeping tom, according to a report from the Sand Springs Leader.
Sand Springs Police Deputy Chief Mike Cater said the victims saw Gramm in their backyard and a video surveillance system on a house allegedly caught him in the act.
Gramm allegedly went to the address and exposed himself while looking at the victims through the windows of the house, reports said. SSPD was notified of the peeping tom and officers were stationed in the area in case he came back.
On Nov. 6, Gramm entered a lea of not guilty and a preliminary hearing has been set for Dec. 6 at the Tulsa County Courthouse.
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