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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Jeffersontown Police say they've arrested a Louisville man months after he visited a local Kroger store, allegedly using his camera phone to take pictures under a woman's dress.
According to an arrest warrant, the incident took place at approximately 1:30 p.m. on Aug. 25, at the Jeffersontown Kroger near the corner of Hurstbourne Pkwy. and Taylorsville Rd.
Police say a woman was shopping in the pet aisle when she noticed 36-year-old Sean D. Munday crouched down beside her. The woman moved further down the aisle and continued shopping, according to police, but Munday followed her, still crouching.
That's when, police say, the woman heard the sound of a camera phone.
According to the arrest report, the woman saw Munday stand up, look at his phone and say, "Hmmm..." before walking off.
The woman thought this was "suspicious," according to police.
So did a witness. Police say a man told them he was standing in front of the pet aisle, when he saw Munday crouch down on one knee beside the woman, and place his phone underneath the woman's dress with his left hand.
A warrant was issued for Munday's arrest on Aug. 26. He was arrested at his home on Fairground Road on the afternoon of Sunday, Nov. 10.
He is charged with one count of voyeurism, a misdemeanor.