KAYSVILLE Police have arrested a suspected serial "peeping Tom" after they say he was caught twice in the girl's locker room at Davis High School.
Brian Richard Lee, 43, was booked into the Davis County Jail late Monday on investigation of lewdness, voyeurism, criminal trespass, disorderly conduct and disruption of school activities. Kaysville police said it stemmed from an incident at a girl's basketball game last week, when a coach spotted him walking into the girl's locker room.
"He was in there where he shouldn't be," Kaysville Police detective Mike Moon said Tuesday. "An adult coach seen him in there right after he entered. He re-entered a few minutes later and was located again."
The man fled, and detectives used surveillance video and witness statements to help identify him. Moon said Lee's name has been passed around to law enforcement agencies in connection with numerous incidents at local schools.
Earlier this year, the Weber School District sent out an e-mail warning about Lee when he was arrested at a Harrisville junior high.
"If you have seen Lee on your campus please let me know," Weber district spokesman Nate Taggart wrote in an e-mail to school administrators in the area. "If you see him in or near your school, NOTIFY LAW ENFORCEMENT IMMEDIATELY."
In February, Lee was arrested after police claim he was caught hiding in a shower stall inside a girl's locker room at Harrisville's Orion Junior High. Police said they have documented numerous other encounters, and court records show only a handful of misdemeanor lewdness convictions dating back to the 1990s.
Harrisville Police Chief Max Jackson told the Deseret Morning News in February he was frustrated that Lee has never been placed on the Utah sex offender registry, because the level of offenses do not mandate that he be placed there."He's convicted of misdemeanor lewdness, and he doesn't show up on the registry," Jackson said.