An Indianapolis man who helps sex offenders has himself been charged with being a peeping Tom. The Indianapolis Star says that Robert Braun, 57, has been placed on leave from a nonprofit called Public Action in Correctional Effort (PACE), which has helped 6,000 inmates in the past 18 months. Braun has been named in 22 charges, ranging from stalking to voyeurism.
One of the charges invoves using a digital camera for the past 11 months to watch a 28-year-old woman in her home. The woman chased Braun last week, and he was arrested.
Braun has worked for about 30 months for PACE, helping released offenders adjust to life outside the walls.