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* Daniel Collyer in custody after attempting to break into a juvenile’s bedroom in Rohnert Park on Montero Drive

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A man is in custody after attempting to break into a juvenile’s bedroom in Rohnert Park this morning, a sergeant said. Police responded to a report of a suspicious man who had climbed on the roof of a home on Montero Drive at about 3:45 a.m., Sgt. Eric Matzen said. The man, Daniel Collyer, 23, climbed on the roof and removed the screen on the window leading into a young boy’s room, Matzen said.

The boy’s father yelled at Collyer as the mother called 911, the sergeant said. Police found Collyer nearby, walking away from the home, Matzen said. The boy identified Collyer as the person outside his window and police arrested him, Matzen said. Collyer was booked on suspicion of peeping while prowling and vandalism, he said. “We weren’t able to prove the intent, but believe he was possibly looking for a friend and was at the wrong address,” Matzen said.

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