11-29-2012, 10:21 AM #1
Tresspasser found not guilty of being Nova Scotia's feared "Sleepwatcher of Halifax"
Trespasser is cleared of being notorious 'Sleepwatcher' who broke into womens' homes to watch them rest (Daily Mail)
A man accused of being a serial 'sleepwatcher' who broke into women's homes to watch them in their sleep has been found guilty of trespass but cleared of spying on women.
Barry Sinclair, 50, was charged with two counts of breaking and entering and five counts of voyeurism after police received numerous reports of a 'sleepwatcher'.
Over the course of three years, police dealt with more than 20 incidents where someone broke into the homes of women in south-end Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, through unlocked doors or windows and watched them sleep.
In some of the cases reported between 2008 and 2011, the women were touched before waking up to find a man looking at them.
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