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Naked Sycamore man accused of looking in windows

Published: Tuesday, May 13, 2014 1:18 p.m. CST • Updated: Tuesday, May 13, 2014 9:12 p.m. CST
Dennis R. Judge, 49, of Sycamore, is accused of stalking, public indecency, criminal trespass to real property and disorderly conduct.

SYCAMORE – Dennis R. Judge's first meeting with his neighbors went sour, and then it got creepy, according to a police report.

Judge's neighbors, a couple who live in the 100 block of Thomas Drive near Sycamore, told police that the husband kicked Judge out of the house after Judge made some sexual remarks just after midnight Tuesday, DeKalb County Sheriff Chief Deputy Gary Dumdie said. The husband told Judge not to return.

"He made comments to the property owners that he had looked in the windows in the past," Dumdie said.

Police said Judge, 49, left, then returned to house's patio minutes later. This time he was naked, police said. The residents saw him and called police.

Sheriff's deputies saw Judge looking in the windows of the home when they arrived and arrested him, Dumdie said. Judge, of the 100 block of Nichols Drive in Sycamore, was charged with stalking, public indecency, criminal trespass to real property and disorderly conduct.

The most serious charge, stalking, typically is punishable with probation or up to three years in prison. He remained in DeKalb County Jail about noon Tuesday, unable to post 10 percent of his $5,000 bond. He is next due in court May 22.

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