Sunday, July 12, 2009
Peeping Tom Paul Klinck Arrested for Sex Abuse
Police added new sex abuse charges to a peeping Tom suspect in Damascus.
Neighbors on Thursday tackled the man suspected of peeping into a teenage girl’s window, and deputies were trying to determine if it was not the first time.
Clackamas deputies arrested 43-year-old Paul Cameron Klinck for invasion of privacy and were able to find “items of evidence” during a search of his home. On Saturday, he was also charged with encouraging child sex abuse.
Thursday morning around 2 a.m. Clackamas County deputies said an intuitive mother alerted her husband after finding a man looking into their 14-year-old daughter's bedroom window.
They also alerted a neighbor who deputies say caught the man in the act, and got into a scuffle trying to hold him until police arrived.
The alleged victim told investigators that they suspected a peeping Tom had been in the neighborhood for the past year or so.
The neighbor who helped tackle the suspect suffered minor injuries in the fight.