A Tulsa man is in custody, accused of stalking two women and breaking into their homes.
Lieutenant Darin Ehrenrich says Jesse Moore broke a woman’s home on December 13th near the TU campus and threatened to kill the woman if she made any noise. The woman fought back though biting him and screaming until he ran out of the house. According to investigators, Moore was inside the woman's home for 40 minutes before he woke the woman up.
"To imagine someone walking into your house, that early in the morning and spending forty minutes inside while you are asleep is absolutely terrifying," said TPD Lt. Darin Ehrenrich.
Police say their investigation shows Moore had been stalking the woman for days before he broke into her home.
Two days later, another woman reported a break-in at her Tulsa home, by a similar suspect. Police say the video showed it was also Moore and they believe he stalked her for five weeks before the break-in at her house. They say they have been working around the clock for the past two weeks to identify Moore and arrest him.
"I'm just grateful we live in an age where so many people take their security seriously, that they take the initiative to put their own home security systems up," said Lt. Ehrenrich.
Investigators are working to figure out why Moore chose those two women. Police say if there are more victims, they need to come forward.