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Palo Alto Police Took Michael Fields Into Custody for Peeping, Lewd Conduct

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Palo Alto Police took a Michael Fields into custody for peeping, lewd conduct

Palo Alto Police took a Michael Fields into custody Wednesday on charges of peeping, prowling and lewd conduct in a public place. A call was placed around 2 p.m. on July 19 claiming that a male suspect was looking into apartment windows on the 600 block of Los Robles Avenue.

Police say that 43-year-old Michael Fields, a former resident of the apartment complex, was targeting widows that occupied families with young girls. Surveillance video showed the suspect peeping more than a dozen times and touching himself at least once. Police ask anyone with information to call 650-329-2413 or email [email protected]

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