Irmo 'Peeping Tom' suspect arrested

jmonk@thestate.comDecember 15, 2009 

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Irmo police on Monday announced the arrest of a suspect in a “Peeping Tom” case.

Tory Lamar Holloway, 25, of Irmo, was charged with being a Peeping Tom and transported to the Alvin S. Glenn detention center to await a bond hearing.

Irmo police had been searching for someone who had been looking into a residence in the New Friarsgate neighborhood.

The incident happened about 5:15 a.m., when a woman called police to report a break-in.

Responding officers found Holloway in the area. He was dressed all in black and had a digital camera in his possession, police said.

Outside of the victim’s house, a garbage can and recycling bin had been moved, apparently to assist someone in looking in the windows, police said.

Irmo Police continue to investigate this case.

Reach Monk at 803-771-8344.

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