A TEENAGER exposed himself to more than a dozen women in and around Dalton.
And now he has been sent to Crown Court for sentencing .
Kirklees magistrates heard yesterday that Glynn Marsden, 18, targeted women in their own homes, leering through windows and making obscene remarks.
In one case Marsden, of Rydal Drive, Dalton, sneaked into a woman’s home at 3am.
The victim, who had fallen asleep downstairs, woke to find Marsden performing a sex act in the doorway.
Marsden plagued the Dalton area between January and September this year, exposing himself in broad daylight and at night.
He was eventually trapped by DNA he left on a sofa outside a house in Highroyd Crescent, Moldgreen, in September.
Police issued an efit image of him in May in a bid to catch him.
Marsden admitted one offence of exposure at the house in Highroyd Crescent on September 25 and asked for 14 similar offences to be taken into consideration.
He also admitted breaching an anti-social behaviour order intended to stop him offending.
Marsden, with short dark hair and wearing a white Nike T-shirt, appeared before the Huddersfield court via video link from Doncaster Young Offenders’ Institution.
He had been in custody since the end of September.
Magistrates decided that their powers were not sufficient and sent Marsden to Leeds Crown Court for sentence.