Flavio Alvarez, 20, from California, has been charged with burglary after being repeatedly accused by his female neighbors of harassing and stalking them in the past five months
A 20-year-old suspected serial killer was arrested in California for a weekend break-in for alleged burglary at a neighbor's house and touching a young mother's feet while sleeping next to her children.
According to residents of the Modesto suburb in Patterson, that was only the last in a series of frightening incidents involving Flavio Alvarez, accused of harassing and touching several women in the neighborhood, including an 89-year-old widow in the past five months.
Since then another woman has come forward who says that Alvarez has invaded her house and tried five years ago to kiss her against her will.
The 28-year-old victim of Saturday's home invasion and her mother, Carolyn, told Fox 40 Alvarez has been chasing them since he first moved to the neighborhood in February.
Since then, Alvarez has been arrested five times for allegedly harassing the 28-year-old wife and her 89-year-old neighbor, both of whom had ties with him.
DailyMail.com does not mention the victims because the women previously indicated to be afraid of the suspect.
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A Patterson, California, called Carolyn (photo) says her 28-year-old daughter fell asleep on her couch on July 6 when Alvarez broke into the house, stood over her, and tried to touch her feet
According to Carolyn's daughter, Alvarez approached her for the first time in February asking if she needed help repairing a broken fence. The woman told him & # 39; no & # 39; but that didn't stop Alvarez and he followed her to her house and asked her to call the police who only arrived after Alvarez had fled, reported The Modesto Bee.
Later that same day the single mother of two came home after a trip to the store and was busy unloading groceries when she noticed that Alvarez was holding some of her shopping bags. When she asked him what he was doing, he replied: & # 39; I am helping you & # 39 ;, according to her request of February 22 for a street ban for civil harassment.
The woman said she called the authorities again, but the sheriff told that nothing could be done because Alvarez did not commit any crime.
A week later the woman was in her back yard when she said Alvarez came to her and asked her to run into the house and call the police. She said the man was looking at her through a glass door while she was calling.
Officers who responded to the report arrested the 20-year-old on suspicion of forbidden territory, but he was never formally charged.
& # 39; I live in fear every day, I don't feel safe leaving my house, going shopping or being outside in my backyard & she said. & # 39; I'm scared of my life. & # 39;
Alvarez was arrested again in April for infringement of the victim's property and this time he was sentenced to three days in jail followed by probation after begging no match.
In June, Alvarez's 89-year-old neighbor, who lost her husband in April, received a restraining order against him and accused the man of entering her house barefoot in the middle of the night and touching her, and the violation on her property twice more.
After the first domestic invasion, Alvarez was arrested and imprisoned for seven days after pleading no contest to wear a hidden dagger. Additional counts of forbidden territory and drug possession were rejected against him.
Alvarez had an arrest warrant for his arrest on charges of negligence in court when he allegedly crawled through his neighbor Carolyn's window around 4 am on Saturday.
Her 28-year-old daughter slept on the couch below with her two sons when she felt someone touch her legs and feet. When she opened her eyes, she said she saw Alvarez above her.
Alvarez is accused of repeatedly infringing his property because he says he loves her daughter
& # 39; I started yelling that he had to get out and it took too long to get out & she said.
The woman also screamed for her mother who slept upstairs to call the police who told her: & He's here! He's here! & # 39;
By the time deputies arrived, Alvarez had left. They found his own at his home and arrested him shortly afterwards.
Carolyn said as he was led away in handcuffs, she warned him to stay away from her daughter.
& # 39; And he looked at me and said, "I like her," the mother remembered.
Sheriff & # 39; s Sgt. Josh Clayton said when he was questioned by delegates about his intentions, Alvarez said he just wanted to have & # 39; have fun.
The 20-year-old appeared in court on Tuesday and pleaded not guilty of allegations of burglary, violation of a restraining order and possession of methamphetamine.
His 28-year-old victim was in court for his indictment and described how Alvarez repeatedly turned around to look at her with what she was a & # 39; enjoyable & # 39; look at his face.
Alvarez is back in court for a hearing before Monday.
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