Suspect in Virginia-Highland peeping Tom cases given bond

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A Virginia-Highland??community said there have been 12 sightings in the last month -- and the person at the center of the sightings was caught on video.

A peeping Tom who allegedly victimized women in a Virginia-Highland neighborhood for weeks has been granted bond.

Enio Castellanos, 61, of Lilburn, was given a signature bond of $2,000, the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office said Friday.

He had been in the Fulton County Jail on felony peeping Tom charges after turning himself in at the Atlanta Police Department’s headquarters on Thursday, just days after the agency released surveillance footage of a person of interest in the case.

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Enio Castellanos

Credit: Fulton County Sheriff's Office

Enio Castellanos
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Enio Castellanos

Credit: Fulton County Sheriff's Office

Credit: Fulton County Sheriff's Office

Since September, neighbors who live on Greenwood Avenue have called police to report a dozen sightings of a man peeping into windows, police said. In some cases, the man allegedly climbed on top of air conditioning units to try to look into bathroom windows.

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The most recent sighting was Saturday, police spokesman Investigator James White said Friday morning in a news release.

A neighbor’s cries alerted a woman to a man peeping through her bathroom window from her outside air conditioning unit, White said. The woman told police this was the fourth in a series of incidents.

In other news:

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ATHENS - 10-24-19 The shooting happened Oct. 14, 2019, in front of a home on Chalfont Drive in Athens. Athens-Clarke County Police Officer Lamar Glenn, 53, went to the home on an unspecified call. Bonny Thomas, 54, met him with a large knife. Glenn commanded her to put the knife down. She refused and said several times: “I have a gun and a knife.” Thomas charged at Glenn with the knife raised. He shot her. She was taken to a hospital, where she died. (Tyson Horne / Tyson.horne@ajc.com)