Cross-Dresser Tries to Sneak Into Women’s Dorm at Calif. College

LOMA LINDA, Calif. — A man who allegedly dressed up as a woman to gain access to the women’s dormitories at Loma Linda University faces assault with a deadly weapon after he allegedly hit a campus security guard who confronted him.

On June 4, Rodney Peterson, 46, reportedly crashed his car into the security guard who approached Peterson about trespassing, reports. The guard suffered minor injuries.

Investigators discovered that Peterson had attempted the same stunt in female-only facilities in nearby cities. He allegedly tried to take photos of women with the cell phone in his purse.

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