Warshaw said police had to wrestle the phone away from Bruner, WSB reported.
“When they pulled that ski mask off and pulled the hoodie back, and I saw it was Mike Bruner — I mean, my wife and I almost died,” Warshaw said. “We couldn’t believe it. I’m still in shock.”
A spokesman for AMS told the news station they wouldn’t comment until they find out more about the allegations. Bruner, who has lived in the neighborhood for more than a decade, couldn’t be reached for comment.
According to his LinkedIn page, Bruner has worked for AMS since 1989.
He bonded out of jail and faces charges of being a peeping Tom, criminal trespass and obstruction of an officer, WSB reported.