INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WISH) - A Fort Wayne man was arrested at Castleton Square Mall forvoyeurism Saturday afternoon.
40 year-old David Delagrange of Fort Wayne is in the MarionCounty jail facing numerous charges, including childexploitation.
Investigators said Delagrange was caught video taping womeninside Castleton Square Mall.
"It's an invasion of privacy is what this is," said IMPD Sgt.Matt Mount.
Police said Delagrange had a very sophisticated camera and audiorecording system attached to his right shoe. Investigators said hewould approach women in dresses and get very close to them, placinghis right foot under their dresses. Police said Delagrange even hadcontrols of the camera from his pockets.
"This is something that was designed specifically to invadesomebody's privacy and to assault their dignity," Sgt. Mountsaid.
Police caught Delagrange after a concerned shopper noticed himgetting close to women. A part time officer working inside the mallnoticed Delagragne's suspicious activity and confronted him, butpolice say he resisted nearly striking the officer.
"The officer then used a tazer to gain control of thisindividual and now he's placing him under arrest for resisting andtrying to strike a police officer," said Sgt. Mount.
Police are not sure how many women were Delagrange victims.Investigators said at least one of them is believed to be ajuvenile.
Police said they found storage devices in Delagrange's home andcar. He's facing charges of voyeurism, resisting law enforcementand child exploitation.
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