A day after a judge put an Ashland man behind bars for looking in a bedroom window, another man was reported looking in a woman's bedroom window in the area near Southern Oregon University, police said.

A day after a judge put an Ashland man behind bars for looking in a bedroom window, another man was reported looking in a woman's bedroom window in the area near Southern Oregon University, police said.

At 10 p.m. Tuesday, a woman reported seeing a man looking into her bedroom window, which faces the backyard of her home in the 1300 block of Evan Lane, according to the police report.

The man ran away when the woman noticed him, said Lt. Corey Falls with the Ashland Police Department.

The woman described the prowler as 6 feet, 1 inch tall with a heavy build, police said. He was wearing a baseball cap, long pants and a sweatshirt, according to the police report.

Falls said officers are looking into the incident to see if they can determine if it is related to a string of prowler reports this month.

On Friday, police arrested 40-year-old Troy Fretwell, an SOU student, saying he was caught looking in a bedroom window near the university. Fretwell pleaded guilty in Jackson County Circuit Court Monday to one count of attempted invasion of personal privacy. He is serving time in the Jackson County Jail until Nov. 10, his scheduled release date.

— Ashland Daily Tidings