Michael David Quinn of Roswell, one of two Roswell men arrested during the multi-state child exploitation operation, is a registered sex offender, police reports show.
Quinn was arrested and charged with two peeping Tom offenses, three obstruction or hindering of officers, loitering or prowling, and criminal trespassing Nov. 30, 2006 with a $10,000 bond.
According to Georgia law, a peeping Tom is defined as a person who peeps through windows or doors, on or about the premises of another for the purpose of spying upon or invading the privacy of the persons spied upon.
The incident took place at Broadstone Vinings Apartments in Smyrna. Quinn was found near the bushes under a 14-year-old boy's bedroom window, peering into another tenant's bedroom window. The juvenile's parents contacted the police.
When approached by an officer, Quinn began running and continued to flee. Quinn attempted to evade a total of three officers before he was handcuffed.
The woman whose room Quinn was peering into told officers she was unaware Quinn was outside her window. According to the police report, the woman and her roommate did not know Quinn and had been getting dressed to go out that night.
According to the police report, while officers searched Quinn, officers noted that the top two button of his jeans were undone.
In March 2015, Quinn was required to register as a sex offender in Fulton County.
The 44-year-old was among two Roswell men to be arrested for alleged possession of child pornography in April of this year.