A suspect has been arrested in the disturbing case of an alleged serial stalker who, among other alleged offenses, is accused of crawling into a sleeping New Jersey woman's bed and asking to stay the night.
According to police, Sungjae Song, 26, was arrested in connection with the disturbing incident and multiple others, police said Saturday.
The South Korean national has been charged with one count of attempted aggravated criminal sexual contact, two counts of burglary, one count of attempted burglary, one count of trespassing and three counts of harassment, authorities said.
The woman in the most recent incident got a terrifying surprise when cops say a man broke into her home on June 18 and crawled into bed with her as she slept.
And if that wasn't enough to make her skin crawl, the woman says the home invader than asked if he could spend the night.
The woman's screams scared the intruder away, police in Palisades Park say.
Song was arrested after cops say a Palisades Park resident recognized him from a police sketch. He is being held in Bergen County Jail while awaiting a court appearance.
The suspect is alleged to have followed a woman into her building earlier this month before knocking on her door while making sexually charged comments.
A third woman told cops she was walking down the street when a man stalked her and then stood next to her house.
And finally, another woman said she was walking down Roosevelt Place near a Shop Rite when the same man reportedly stalked and stood outside her home.
The woman's brother got in his face, prompting the perpetrator to claim he was lost, police say.
The incidents all occurred in the same immediate area.