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Old Reports of a Peeping Tom Has U Students Worried

Old Reports of a Peeping Tom Has U Students Worried



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Mary Richards, KSL NewsradioOld reports of a Peeping Tom at the University of Utah's Greek Row have officials talking to new students about safety.

Last school year, a man was arrested for assaulting a woman near campus. He matched the description of a man peeping in windows of the sorority houses.

In the spring came another voyeur case. While Salt Lake Police are investigating, the U of U is talking to students about safety.

Assistant Dean of Students Lori McDonald says, "It's something that they always want to be vigilant about and always remind students about, whether they are in the business building, library, or walking to the sorority house."

McDonald says no voyeurism has been reported this summer, but as more students move in they'll talk more about safety and reporting crimes.

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