A man who sneaked into a city home through a doggy door to “hook up” with his ex-girlfriend is facing multiple charges, according to Maricopa police.
Antonio Rajon Moore, 20, is charged with Indecent Exposure, Stalking (Domestic Violence) and two counts of Burglary in the Second Degree (Domestic Violence), police said.
The incident started with a 911 call about 10:30 p.m. Saturday for a violation of an order of protection on North Braden Road in Senita, according to a probable cause statement. A woman reported that her ex-boyfriend was at the home despite an existing protection order, though Maricopa police dispatch advised there was no such order.
The responding officer talked with the ex-girlfriend’s mother who led to where Moore was in the kitchen. Moore admitted he entered the home through the doggy door to “hook up” with his ex-girlfriend, but that he did not have permission to be at the residence, the probable cause statement said.
The ex-girlfriend’s mother told police she had arrived home about 10 p.m. and found the garage door was locked and the back door unlocked, which she called odd, police said. She entered and searched her home and allegedly discovered Moore lying on her bed masturbating, according to the probable cause statement.
In a subsequent interview with police, Moore allegedly admitted to sneaking into the residence about 10 p.m. after an earlier attempt in the afternoon and that he was observed masturbating by his ex-girlfriend’s mother.
Moore allegedly admitted his behavior toward his ex-girlfriend had been “excessive and would make anyone feel emotionally distressed,” the probable cause statement said.
The ex-girlfriend later told police she had broken up with Moore over a year ago and no longer lives in the Senita home. She said Moore had shown up unannounced at the home several times over the last year. There was surveillance video of the Saturday night incident, the ex-girlfriend told police.
Moore was arrested at the scene and taken Sunday morning to Pinal County Jail, where he remains, according to online inmate records. A hearing is scheduled for Aug. 10 in Pinal County Superior Court.