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Man dubbed 'Sleeper Creeper' rejects plea deal

December 07, 2017 12:50 PM

The Saratoga County man accused of breaking into homes and watching people sleep has rejected a plea offer that would send him to prison for seven years.

Ramiz Hajratalli, who some have dubbed the "Sleeper Creeper," for allegedly entering two Saratoga Springs homes in the middle of the night and watching women as they slept, said no to the district attorney's offer on Thursday.

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Hajratalli was arrested this summer after a resident of one of the homes, a retired police officer, chased him down and tackled him.

The rejected offer means a pre-trial hearing will be held next week.

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