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Man Caught On Camera Relieving Himself On Porch In Edmond

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Surveillance cameras catch two men going up to homes in Edmond late Monday night. Surveillance cameras catch two men going up to homes in Edmond late Monday night.
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Surveillance cameras catch two men going up to homes in Edmond late Monday night. And as if seeing them attempt to open their doors wasn't strange enough, one man urinates on a family's front porch.

It happened at the Summit at Charter Oaks addition between Western and Penn.

Just after 9 p.m., Michael Chapman was putting his son to bed, his wife had fallen asleep on the couch and the doorbell rang.

“I went to the door a guy asked for somebody that doesn’t live here. I told him he had the wrong house. He apologized and left,” Chapman said.

But Michael went back and checked his cameras and the footage showed at first there were two men on his front porch. One peered inside and Chapman said it looked like he tried to open the door before ringing the bell.

“It was just very peculiar behavior and it was very, very disturbing,” he said.

But after that, the disturbing became disgusting.

“My wife and I were watching it together and she’s like, ‘What’s he doing with his pants?’ And then I noticed the puddle and I was like, ‘He’s peeing!’ I was like, ‘What in the world? Who does that?’ I don’t even know,” Chapman told News 9.

Other neighbors also caught the two on camera coming up to their door that same night. When leaving each home, the men were seen in a dark-colored pickup truck.

And Alyssa Hamill heard someone crash into their brick mailbox.

“I was very surprised, because at least have the decency to say something or like leave a note and they just drove away,” she said.

Logan County Sheriff's Deputies said the incidents could possibly be related, but it will take some more investigating.

“I just want to make sure that guy is identified and makes the mailbox thing right,” Chapman explained.

If you have any information, call the Logan County Sheriff's Office 405-282-4100.

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