GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) – A Grand Junction man has been accused of using a modified video camera on top of his shoe to record video up women’s skirts.
Grand Junction police say Joshua Vohs, 34, was issued a summons Sunday at a local grocery store while people were shopping.
He is accused of unlawful sexual contact through photographs, which is a misdemeanor.
Authorities told the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel that Vohs approached unsuspecting women and attempted to record video by placing his shoe and the camera underneath their dresses or shorts.
Police say a memory card on the camera included 11 videos of similar activities.
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