Man accused of stalking, following women home from work

Jeff Santil is accused of stalking women home from work, exposing genitals. (Boynton Beach Police)

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. (WPEC) - A man is accused of stalking women at work and following them home, according to Boynton Beach police.

Officers say 29-year-old Jeff Santil frequents a KFC at 360 N. Congress Ave. and follows female employees in his car to their homes in surrounding cities. Police say around closing time, he hides close to the business in order to accomplish this.

Two female KFC employees told officers that they are in fear for their safety.

A woman told Boynton Beach police that Santil had visited the same KFC earlier in the week and exposed his genitals, and that he frequents about 16 other locations in the area. The woman told police Santil also found her on Instagram.

On Tuesday, officers searched for Santil in surrounding shopping plazas. According to the arrest report, Santil is known to hide in areas until officers leave.

Boynton Beach police waited approximately 45 minutes, and saw Santil emerge from the Oakwood Square Plaza. Officers say Santil fled the scene, but was eventually located by officers near 300 N. Congress Ave.

Santil is charged with loitering or prowling, resisting without violence, and stalking.

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