PITTSBURG — One of the two former Pittsburg State University professors arrested for stalking and breach of privacy late last year has been arrested yet again.

According to a release from the Pittsburg Police Department, at about 3:55 p.m., PPD officers arrested Peter A. Rosen, 47, of Pittsburg, for stalking and violations of a protection from stalking order.

Rosen was taken into custody without incident and was transported to the jail at the Crawford County Sheriff's Office for booking.

Rosen is free on $2,000 bond.

It is the third such arrest for Rosen who was arrested on Dec. 7, 2017 after the PPD served a search warrant at 2305 S. Joplin, Apt. 17 in Pittsburg.

The “warrant pertained to the illegal videoing, and the subsequent dissemination of that video, of another identifiable person who is nude or in the state of undress.”

During the search, several items believed to be associated with the commission of these Crimes were allegedly located within the residence.

Rosen, who was at the time an associate professor and chair of Accounting and Computer Information Systems, was arrested on two counts of felony breach of privacy, and was released on a $5,000 bond.

He was also arrested on Nov. 20, 2017 on one count of misdemeanor stalking and released on $2,000 bond.

While this latest arrest involves the same victim as the previous cases, police say this was a separate incident.

Barry J. Wilson, 39, of Pittsburg, who was at the time an associate professor and chair of Graphics and Imaging Technology, was arrested at another location on charges of misdemeanor stalking allegedly related to the case. He was released $2,000 bond.

Pittsburg State University placed both on administrative leave and both have subsequently left employment with the University.

The investigations into these incidents are ongoing at this time. Anyone having information related to these incidents, or other crimes, is urged to contact the Pittsburg Police Department at (620) 231-1700, or at the tip line, (620) 231-TIPS (8477). Callers may remain anonymous.