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A man suspected of "peeping and creeping" around a Salt Lake condominium complex since last year now faces a long list of charges.

SALT LAKE CITY — A man suspected of "peeping and creeping" around a Salt Lake condominium complex since last year now faces a long list of charges.

When Luis Alberto Rojano, 39, of Salt Lake City, was arrested March 27 for investigation of voyeurism, investigators wanted to examine his cell phone after allegations surfaced that Rojano had been peeping in windows of the complex at 650 N. 300 West for months, according to a search warrant affidavit filed in 3rd District Court.

"The complex manager had several videos of Rojano peeping and creeping on the property," the warrant stated.

On Thursday, Rojano was formally charged in 3rd District Court with stalking, a second-degree felony; stalking, a third-degree felony; two counts of stalking, a class A misdemeanor; six counts of voyeurism, a class A misdemeanor; and three counts of voyeurism, a class B misdemeanor.

According to charging documents, Rojano was spotted looking in a woman's window at the complex on Dec. 12 and Jan. 24.

Another woman reported seeing Rojano "standing on her porch and looking into her windows" on March 20, the charges state. She watched him on her surveillance camera, "pace back and forth between her front room window and her bedroom window for about 30 minutes," according to charging documents.

After Rojano was arrested and his cell phone examined, investigators found "numerous videos of individuals who were peeped upon," the charges state.

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The videos included women unknowingly being filmed in their underwear or while changing their clothes, according to the charges. Some of the videos appeared to be filmed "between two blinds" or "through the seam of closed blind slats," the charges state.

When questioned by detectives, Rojano said he looked into condo windows "out of curiosity, for the adrenaline, and to see how a woman is dressed," the charges state.

Prosecutors have asked for a high bail of $500,000. If Rojano is able to post bail, they have also requested that he be required to wear a GPS monitor, not be allowed to have any recording devices, and not be allowed at the condo complex.