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Sand Springs Police Arrest Repeated Peeping Tom Suspect

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One Sand Springs man is accused this week of exposing himself repeatedly outside a neighborhood.

Sand Springs Police placed Braden Gramm under arrest Thursday on complaints of indecent exposure and peeping tom. He was taken into custody near the 5100 block of Skylane Drive.

"Apparently the victims saw the man in their back yard and they have a video surveillance system on their house," Sand Springs Deputy Police Chief Mike Carter said. "They went back and looked at the tape and (Gramm) had been there multiple times."

According to a report from the Sand Springs Leader, Gramm reportedly went to the residence and exposed himself while looking at the victims through the house windows.


Gramm is now being held on $25,000 bond for four complaints of indecent exposure.

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