"I literally was terrified for months," said Donna Beesh-Kevich.Beesh-Kevich contacted 10News after seeing an earlier story of a UPS driver arrested on suspicion of peeping."Every time he would pull up, I would hide," she said. "I was terrified. It was really creepy."Beesh-Kiewicz claims the driver, Walter Flowers, peeped through her San Carlos apartment window on three occasions."He came three times to peer in the windows," she said. "There was no package to be delivered. I had nothing that I was expecting."On Wednesday, Flowers was arrested in San Carlos, accused of breaking into a woman's home to watch her bathe. The 26-year-old woman's father says the driver delivered a package and then came back to the home 10 minutes later."She yelled at him," he said. "I can't tell you what she said, and then he ran out the back door."Another woman contacted 10News on Friday with a similar story. The woman, who did not want to be identified, said Flowers spied on her two years ago."I was nude in the kitchen and he just stood there staring through the window," she said.Beesch-Kiewicz said her first encounter with the driver was also in 2010. She said her complaints to UPS fell on deaf ears."I am absolutely furious with UPS because how many people have to make a comment before something is taken seriously?" she said.10News has placed several calls to UPS. As of Friday night, the calls had not been returned.