Serial peeper arrested again, accused of looking under stalls at Beavercreek businesses

Voyeurism case makes lawmakers consider new rules

BEAVERCREEK — A Dayton man with at least a dozen voyeurism convictions is in jail accused again of looking under stalls in women’s restrooms, this time at Beavercreek businesses, according to court records.

Harold Rimblert III, 35, was charged with two counts of voyeurism after he was accused of looking under stalls at the Panera Bread and Michaels stores.

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The incidents were reported to have happened on Friday.

Rimblert, a registered sex offender, was previously arrested in January after police said he walked into a women’s restroom at Kettering Health Network’s offices on Prestige Place and looked at a naked woman in a secured restroom stall, court records read.

Rimblert was convicted in the fall of 2017 for looking under a stall in a women’s restroom at the Montgomery County administration building on West Third Street in Dayton.

After reviewing surveillance video in the Montgomery County case, detectives were able to identify Rimblert as a suspect, according to an incident report.

The 35-year-old also was convicted of voyeurism in 2017 in Kettering Municipal Court in connection to incidents at a church on Shroyer Road.

On Aug. 3, 2017, he was accused of “looking under bathroom stalls as women were using the restroom” at the church and two victims were identified in that case, according to court records.

In each of the 2017 cases, Rimblert received jail time.

He has more than a dozen voyeurism convictions dating back to 2005 are for incidents in Dayton, Englewood, Kettering, Moraine, Trotwood and Washington Twp., municipal court records show. The state’s sex offender registry lists seven of those voyeurism convictions for Rimblert.

Rimblert also was convicted in Greene County of voyeurism in June 2017. In 2014 and 2015 he was convicted of attempted voyeurism in Beavercreek.

Rimblert, a tier III sex offender, must register his address every 90 days with the sheriff's office for the rest of his life.