Teenager arrested in Peeping Tom case
A teenager was arrested Tuesday night by Lawrence Police on suspicion of watching a sleeping woman through a window.
A neighbor called police to the residence in the southeast area of the city. Sgt. Dan Ward, police spokesman, said that when officers arrived, the boy, identified only as a 16-year-old from Lawrence, was still looking through the window.
The 24-year-old woman inside the residence was sleeping and unaware of what was going on, Ward said.
The teen was taken to the Douglas County Juvenile Detention Center to await charges.
Anti-slavery group leader to speak at KU
Gary Haugen, founder and president of International Justice Mission, will speak Sunday at Kansas University.
Haugen's appearance at 8 p.m. in 110 Budig Hall is sponsored by Ichthus University Ministries.
International Justice Mission works to rescue victims trapped by forced prostitution, bonded slavery, illegal detention and torture.
Haugen served as the officer in charge of the United Nations investigation into the Rwandan genocide.