Peeping Tom Arrested in Del.: Police

By Kelly Bayliss
|  Thursday, Oct 17, 2013  |  Updated 1:55 PM EDT
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Peeping Tom Arrested in Del.: Police

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Cory DiSabatino, 55.

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Newark Police have arrested a man they caught lurking around people's homes and looking into their windows Thursday morning.

Cory DiSabatino, 55, of New Castle, was arrested around 1 a.m. in Newark.

Police say they watched him lurk around the back of two homes on the 100-block of South Chapel Street, but he disappeared before they could get to him.

While searching for DiSabatino, Newark Police were contacted by residents on nearby Benny Street who reported a man matching DiSabatino's description had peered into their window.

Soon after, police were able to locate the suspect and quickly made the arrest.

DiSabatino was arraigned and released on $400 bail.

He is charged with two counts of trespassing with intent to peep or peer and two counts of criminal trepass.

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