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Police arrest man at university dorm Faces charges of trespassing, resisting arrest By Mark Fisher e-mail address: email@example.com Dayton Daily News DAYTON | University of Dayton police arrested a 39-year-old Kettering man Sunday night, accusing him of trespassing on a women's floor of Marycrest Hall. Investigators said they are not sure the suspect is linked to the rash of Peeping Tom and public indecency cases in recent weeks on and around campus. Scott Joseph Denney, 2152 Courtland Ave., was loitering and looking into dorm rooms when he was stopped by UD police, public safety director John Delamer said Monday. Denney did not heed officers' initial warnings to stop and tried to push past them, Delamer said. When he was arrested, he was carrying several pairs of women's panties and a Taser gun, Delamer said. Denney is scheduled to be arraigned this morning in Dayton Municipal Court on charges of carrying a concealed weapon, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, criminal trespass and obstructing official business, according to a court spokeswoman. UD police have been working with Dayton and Oakwood police investigating several voyeurism and indecency incidents, including a Jan. 23 report in the 300 block of Firwood Drive in Dayton, in which a 21-year-old UD student told police she saw a man outside her bedroom window trying to look through the blinds as she was dressing. The man fled. UD police also are looking into at least five cases, between Dec. 6 and Jan. 18, of a man exposing himself and making suggestive comments in an area behind Virginia Kettering Residence Hall and along the campus boundary with Woodland Cemetery. Delamer said last week those indecency incidents may not be related to the voyeurism complaints. Investigators will show photos of Denney to the victims in other cases to determine whether he is linked to any other incidents, Delamer said. • Contact Mark Fisher at 225-2258 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org