Court docs: Kokomo man facing stalking, voyeurism charges after watching officer’s wife take bath

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KOKOMO, Ind.-- Kokomo police arrested a man accused of watching an officer's wife while she took a bath.

Paul Henson Jr., 26, is facing stalking and voyeurism charges.

The incident occurred on March 27. Police say Henson went on to call the victim and make threatening and sexually explicit comments to her.

Investigators say he admitted to watching the victim from a bedroom window.

"She was very disturbed, very frightened, felt violated that someone would go through those steps to look at her. You don’t know what was next or what his intentions were," explains Major Brian Seldon, with the Kokomo Police Department.

Officers say one of the victim's relatives actually spotted Henson last week and chased him around her home. By the time officers got there, he was already gone.

Court documents show he told officers he called the wife of another police officer as well.  Police tell FOX 59, Henson has some type of 'affiliation' with both families so he had each of the women's cell phone numbers.

"(We're) glad we were able to get on this individual as fast as we could because you don’t know what steps he would’ve taken next," explains Major Seldon.

Detectives are investigating the possibility that there could be more victims.