A young Naperville man who was banned little more than a week ago from the campus of North Central College faces trial for allegedly exposing himself to a woman and peering through a window of at least one home on the city’s north side.
Kierre D. Allen, 21, lives on the 200 block of North Brainard Street, not far from where the alleged crimes occurred. He is charged with public indecency/lewd exposure and unlawful window peeping, according to Naperville police.
Allen was arrested about 7:49 a.m. Saturday on the 100 block of Douglas Avenue, police Sgt. Lou Cammiso said. That followed reports of Allen allegedly skulking about the area.
Cammiso said police were initially called by a woman who lives on the 100 block of School Street. The woman told police she looked out the back door of her house and saw a man, later identified as Allen, exposing himself to her, Cammiso said Monday.
While officers were investigating that matter, police received a second call, this time concerning a man peeping through the window of a house on Douglas Avenue, Cammiso said. Allen was quickly located in the area, identified as being responsible in both incidents and arrested, he said.
North Central College officials on Monday issued a bulletin to students, administrators, faculty and staff members that identified Allen as being the same man found trespassing the prior weekend on the school grounds.
Campus safety officers “had prior contact with the subject Naperville police arrested,” the bulletin read in part. Students on Oct. 13 “reported having observed the suspect loitering outside Kimmel Hall,” the bulletin declared.
Allen is not enrolled at the school, and complied with orders that he leave the campus, the bulletin stated. He was given a “no trespass order.”
The bulletin also provided students and college employees with safety and security recommendations.
An examination of court documents indicated Allen has no criminal record in DuPage, Kane and Will counties. He is free on bond and has an arraignment date pending in DuPage County Circuit Court in Wheaton.