Police nab man for shoe-cam to look up dresses - WDRB 41 Louisville News

Police nab man for shoe-cam to look up dresses


Indianapolis police arrested a Fort Wayne man after the man allegedly used a camera in a shoe to look up women's dresses at a shopping mall.

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department says 40-year-old David Delagrange approached several women at Castleton Square Mall and placed his foot under their dresses.

Police say when an off-duty officer working security tried to question Delagrange, he resisted until the officer subdued him with a Taser. The officer found Delagrange had a sophisticated recording system with a camera attached to his right shoe and video and audio controls in his pockets.

Delagrange is charged with voyeurism, resisting arrest and child exploitation. One of the victim was believed to be a juvenile. Delagrange was being held Sunday in the Marion County Jail on $15,000 bond.

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