University police arrested a man Thursday morning after four women said he was peeping in windows and exposing his genitalia, police reports stated.
A woman called UAPD at about 7 a.m. to report a man had exposed his genitalia to her, masturbated and made obscene gestures to her while she was sitting in her truck in the north parking lot at Kappa Kappa Gamma, 1435 E. Second St., reports stated.
According to reports, police arrived at the house and a woman pointed to a man later identified as Shane Vaudry, 24, of the 1300 block of East Water Street, sitting behind a dumpster in the parking lot.
As the officer approached, Vaudry saw his marked patrol car and began to run, reports stated.
Vaudry jumped into a nearby courtyard and the officer called for backup, reports stated.
The woman who phoned police and pointed the man out said she arrived in the parking lot at about 6:30 a.m. and was waiting for a fellow employee when Vaudry approached her truck with his pants down, reports stated.
Three other UA students, all residents of Kappa Kappa Gamma, said they saw someone who looked like Vaudry looking in the window just before the incident in the parking lot, reports stated.
According to reports, the women were studying and when they saw him looking in the window, he went to his car and drove to the parking lot.
After speaking with the women, another officer arrived and both officers approached the courtyard that Vaudry had entered.
They asked Vaudry to climb back over the fence, reports stated.
After Vaudry climbed over, police handcuffed him and transported him to UAPD station, reports stated.
After reading Vaudry his rights, Vaudry told police he was on campus to drop a friend off at a residence hall.
He told police he "really had to pee" and was urinating behind the dumpster when the woman arrived in her truck, reports stated.
Vaudry told police he saw her, but didn't know why she was screaming and covering her eyes, reports stated.
He said he didn't approach her truck or make verbal contact with her, reports stated.
According to reports, police asked Vaudry why he ran when police approached him by the dumpster.
Vaudry said he was "scared and ran like a stupid idiot" because he knew he was on probation, reports stated.
The three women from Kappa Kappa Gamma were called to the police station to identify Vaudry, and all three thought he looked like the man who peered in their window, reports stated.
Vaudry was cited on suspicion of first degree criminal trespassing and indecent exposure.
He was booked into Pima County Jail.
A man called UAPD Thursday after someone threw a rock through his house window, reports stated.
The man contacted police at about 3:30 p.m. and said someone broke the window of his house on the 1000 block of East Eighth Street, between 7 a.m. and 3:30 p.m..
The two panes of glass that were broken are valued at an estimated $60.
The man told police he knew of no one who might have broken his window, reports stated.