Man Suspected of Recording Up Skirts in Plano: Police

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    Police in North Texas say a man is suspected of recording numerous images up women's skirts without the alleged victims' knowledge. (Published Monday, Jul 21, 2014)

    Plano police say a man is suspected of recording images and video up women's skirts without the alleged victims' knowledge.

    Fermin Morales-Gonzalez, 44, is accused of using a mobile phone to record the images at five different Plano stores, including a Kroger, Walgreens, 7-Eleven and two different Wal-Mart locations.

    He was arrested on the charges in April after a customer in one of the stores alerted police he witnessed Morales-Gonzalez recording up other customers' skirts.

    Morales-Gonzalez was indicted last week for five counts of improper photography or visual recording in connection with the photographs.

    Plano police said he had numerous videos that date back to 2012 and, while they can't identify any of the victims, they don't think he posted any of the videos to the Internet.

    Along with the five charges of improper photography, Morales-Gonzalez is being held at the Collin County Jail because he might be in the country illegally.