Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Peeping Tom arrested in North Bossier

A Bossier City man was arrested early Saturday morning for being a Peeping Tom, for simple assault and trespassing, said Bossier Sheriff Larry Deen.
Courtney Dennard Fears, 29, of the 1700 block of Castlewood Drive, was taken into custody after he was seen peeping in the window of a neighborhood residence. After being confronted by the witness, Fears balled up his first and made as though he was going to hit the witness.
After Bossier Sheriff’s deputies arrived, the witness positively identified Fears as the one he confronted as the Peeping Tom. Fears was standing in the bushes at the window of the neighborhood residence, on the property without consent.
Fears was transported to the Bossier Maximum Security Facility and booked. His bond was set at $2,200.
From Bossier Parish Sheriff


  1. Balled up his fist? That's when it would have gone from peeping Tom incident to "Open Carry" and defending my property incident.

    RS 14:19 Use of Force or Violence in Self Defense

    RS 14:21 Aggressor cannot claim self defense

    Rex Moncrief

  2. My grandmother told me years ago, there use to be a cure for people who would peep through key holes. Women would take hat pins and poke it through the key holes. Needless to say that probably put an end to the career of some Peeping Toms.


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