Police Charge Man with Trespass and Stalking; Man Has Repeatedly Asked to See a Woman's Feet
Jackson police have charged Donald Morrow, of Jackson, with trespassing and stalking concerning him repeatedly asking to see a woman's feet.
Around 7:45 p.m. on Sept. 21, police were contacted by a 41-year-old woman who lives in an apartment building on the 200 block of Morningside Drive. She reported that her father found Morrow, 50, standing in the living room of her
apartment. Morrow left after being discovered. The woman was sleeping and was unaware that Morrow was inside her apartment.
The woman told police that Morrow, who lives in the same apartment building, makes her feel uncomfortable because he has repeatedly asked to see her feet. She has consistently told him no and asked him to stay away from her.
Her 9-year-old daughter once saw Morrow looking through the woman's bedroom window.
Police arrested Morrow Monday afternoon. Investigators determined that he had gained entry inside the woman's apartment through an unlocked door. Morrow admitted to police that he was inside the woman's apartment for a couple of minutes and watched her while she was in the bed asleep.
Morrow was arraigned Tuesday in Jackson City Court on charges of stalking and criminal trespass. He is being held at the Madison County Jail on $10,000 bond. His next scheduled court appearance is Oct. 11 in City Court.
Morrow has a long history of this type of behavior. Most recently, he was arrested on Oct. 29, 2011. Jackson police were called to the Dollar Tree at 143 Stonebrook Place.
Police talked to an Alamo woman and her 15-year-old daughter. The teen told officers that while she and her family were shopping, Morrow approached her and asked her to take off her shoes so he could see her socks. She thought Morrow was an employee because he was dressed in black clothing similar to other employees. She removed her shoe and Morrow knelt down, rolled her socks down and rubbed her across her feet. He told her that she had pretty purple nail polish on her toes.
Police arrested Morrow for public intoxication and simple assault. In that case, he later
pleaded guilty and completed 30 days of inpatient treatment.
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