BOISE -- A man police say peered in several windows Thursday night, unnerving residents, has been arrested.
Gregory Moseley, 35, is facing felony charges of drug possession and destruction of evidence, as well as a misdemeanor charge of disturbing the peace.
Boise Police say they received at least four calls about a possible "peeping Tom" in the area of 23rd and State streets.
Two of the victims - both KTVB employees, whose names are being withheld at their request - said they were watching TV inside a home in that area when someone began "incessantly" ringing the doorbell at about 7:50 p.m.
The resident opened the door to find Moseley, who she did not know, standing on her porch.
She said Moseley said something to the effect of, "I've been watching you through the window, I want to be friends."
The woman said Moseley appeared to be under the influence. She yelled at him and told him to leave, and the man walked away, she said.
The women in the home both called their boyfriends, who searched the area and found Moseley standing in an alley behind the house. The men confronted the suspect, telling him they were going to call the cops, and he ran away into the neighborhood.
The women also called Boise Police, who responded and began searching for Moseley, eventually finding him at about 8:30 p.m. in an alley near 25th and State Street.
Officers placed Moseley in the back of a patrol car. When they spoke to him later, they found a syringe loaded with methamphetamine in the back seat of the police car.
He was arrested and booked into the Ada County Jail. Moseley is due to appear in court Friday afternoon.