A group of women took down a man they spotted trying to remove a screen from a window of their home after he allegedly followed them from an Oklahoma bar early Thursday morning.
Tulsa police said they responded to a 911 call at about 2:30 a.m. and found Taylor Rogers pinned the ground by several women.
He was arrested on a peeping Tom charge, two aggravated assault charges, and a burglary charge. He was released Friday afternoon on a $1,000 bond, according to jail records.
Police said Rogers reportedly followed three women home from a bar. After the women were inside, investigators said, Rogers began to tamper with the outside breaker box, then watched the women change clothes through a window.
But when he tried to remove a screen from the window, one of the women inside saw him. At least two of the women gave chase, eventually catching up to Rogers on a nearby street.
Rogers reported punched, kicked, and bit the women and pulled their hair, to no avail. They kept him on the ground until police arrived.
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[Featured image: Taylor Rogers/Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office]