A fiend with a yen for relieving himself through the open windows of local houses and apartments was behind bars Thursday after cops issued a $25,000 warrant for his arrest, according to local CBS 5 Bay City News.
Residents spotted 19-year-old Moises Coralles of Redwood City Saturday night, urinating into the window of their Menlo Park home, according to the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office reported.
The sheriff's office told Bay City News the disgusted dwellers confronted the prowler as he strolled from the back of the yard still zipping up his pants.
A San Mateo County Superior Court judge issued a $25,000 warrant for Coralles' arrest Wednesday after the residents' confrontation allegedly prompted Coralles to flee on foot.
Police nabbed Coralles at 9 p.m. Wednesday booking him at the San Mateo County jail on suspicion of prowling, according to the sheriff's office.
Coralles had already been to prison three times for indecent exposure and prowling in 2005 and was out on bail for those incidents at the time of Saturday's incident, the sheriff's office reported.