INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The man police accuse of hiding a camera in his shoe to“peep” up women’s skirts at an Indianapolis mallnow faces three additional counts of voyeurism, bringing the totalnumber of charges against him to 15.
Three additional victims were identified in an amended courtdocument that outlined the incidents of February 27th at CastletonSquare Mall. The court document outlines the additional victimswere photographed at Von Maur, Forever 21 and a third inside Bathand Body Works.
Each of the victims told investigators that a man, lateridentified as David Delagrange, followed them around the store andgot very close to them. They described what they wore that day andwere able to identify themselves on video.
A total of 10 victims have been identified in the investigation,four of whom are minors.
Delagrange has a pre-trial set for May 6th and faces trial onMay 12th in Criminal Court 3.
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