Man Accused Of Peeping, Exposing Himself In Cal Lutheran Women’s Locker Room
THOUSAND OAKS (CBSLA.com) — A 39-year-old Thousand Oaks resident has been accused of peeping into the women’s locker room at California Lutheran University.
Ventura County sheriff’s deputies arrested David Robert Tenenbaum on Wednesday after a three-month investigation.
Authorities received two calls in May and June regarding a suspect who was seen watching women shower at the campus’ Gilbert Sports Arena.
The man was later seen exposing himself.
Detectives said Tenenbaum gave incriminating statements tying him to the crimes.
The accusations have forced Cal Lutheran swimmers to change their routines.
“While this has been going on, we don’t let our ladies in the locker room alone. They put security keypads on the locker room and locked the doors. Security is much more present,” said swim coach Nancy Reno.
Mother Jeong Oh Arnold said she keeps a closer eye on her daughter around the pool and locker room.
“When they go over there, we have them go with more than one girl. We don’t send them by themselves,” she said.
KCAL9’s Crystal Cruz reported that the university has added three security cameras to the area.