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'3-2-1 creeper' admits to watching women sleep, licking toes

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A woman called 911 after seeing a man lurking around her neighbor's windows at 5 a.m. A woman called 911 after seeing a man lurking around her neighbor's windows at 5 a.m.
Robert Miles is now charged with breaking into five different houses in the same neighborhood over the past two weeks. He is also accused of creeping on women who were asleep inside. Robert Miles is now charged with breaking into five different houses in the same neighborhood over the past two weeks. He is also accused of creeping on women who were asleep inside.
MEMPHIS, TN -

(WMC-TV) - The so-called "3-2-1 Creeper" strikes again. Police say the man who earned the nickname in 2007 has been breaking into more homes and pushing his sexual fetish on women without their knowledge or consent.

A woman called 911 after seeing a man lurking around her neighbor's windows at 5 a.m.

"Because he was looking suspicious, walking back and forth, acting like he was about to break in," she said. "He was still in the carport when the police came, and they caught him."

Robert Miles is now charged with breaking into five different houses in the same neighborhood over the past two weeks. He is also accused of creeping on women who were asleep inside.

Investigators say Miles admitted to the break-ins and to standing over one woman while she slept. They searched his phone and found pictures of her feet, him licking them, and of him performing a sexual act on himself while standing over her.

In July 2007, Miles was arrested for seven burglaries.

According to arrest records, he admitted to picking houses where he believed attractive females might be inside. He went inside intending to touch them, and pleasured himself while standing over them.

At the time, he lived with family at a house, which doubled as a day care.

The woman who answered the door told Action News 5's Nick Kenney "Robert Miles doesn't live here anymore. I have no comment."

In 2011, he was twice arrested for breaking into two houses just around the block from his new address.

Miles is currently in jail on a $60,000 bond.

A 2007 victim, who declined an interview, wonders what it will take before Miles gets serious prison time.

He is due in court in one week.

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