A Tate County man is facing several charges after being arrested in connection with a peeping tom incident in Senatobia, according to law enforcement officials.
The man, identified by Police Chief Richard Chandler as Skylarr Flynn, 33, of Sarah, was charged with willful trespass, first offense DUI, possession of paraphernalia, receiving stolen property, driving with suspended license, no proof of insurance, switched license plate and vehicle equipment violations.
Chandler said Flynn was transported to the Tate County Jail and later released on two bonds totaling $6,167.
According to a report from Senatobia Police, a homeowner in the 600 block of West Wildleaf Cove observed a trespasser peeking through the rear windows of a residence on Thursday, Dec. 3, at approximately 6:30 p.m.
The report stated the suspect was caught on home surveillance cameras and described as a tall thin male wearing a distinct camouflage patterned jacket.
Chandler said Flynn was arrested in connection with the incident Wednesday, Dec. 30, with assistance from the Senatobia Police Department’s K9 Division, after sifting through video images and shared technology from partnering agencies.
Chandler said the suspect was in possession of a camouflage jacket with the same features as the one depicted in the video.