• Teen arrested for allegedly peering on women for second time this year


    BRAINTREE, Mass. - For the second time this year, an Abington teen has been arrested for allegedly invading women’s privacy.

    Police arrested 18-year-old Johnathan Furr at his workplace, women's clothing store Arene, at the South Shore Plaza, after allegedly pointing a cell phone camera under a dressing room door as a woman tried on pants.

    Court documents unsealed after the Patriot Ledger requested access from a judge described the incident.

    This follows a Jan. 6 arrest for allegedly hiding in the bushes near several homes and peering into the windows in Abington.

    FOX25 went to the home where Furr lives with his mother and sister, but no one answered the door. Neighbors said they are uncomfortable with him around and want him gone.

    “Mostly its unsettling because he’s been back out and that this happened again. Obviously there’s a serious problem," said Rachel Collins who has small children and lives nearby.

    The company Furr worked for at the time of his recent arrest said he has been let go and the senior management has launched an investigation into the chain of events.


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