here's a little story from KVUE about a guy with a camera and a girls:
AUSTIN -- For years St. Vincent De Paul Thrift Store has been a business dedicated to helping those in need. Now an Austin man faces felony charges after witnesses say he helped himself to secretly spying on women.
The weekend crowd kept Corey Maxson more than busy last Saturday at the thrift store located on South Congress; so busy, Maxson doesn't even remember seeing the man walk in.
"I didn't really pay any attention to him," said Maxson. "He wasn't really catching anybody's eye. I didn't really notice him."
What Maxson did notice was what the man held as he moved throughout the store.
"He had a water bottle and a "koozie" with some sort of hole on the top of it," explained the store employee.
The man was 48-year-old Ronald Wallace Lane, a quiet customer who quickly began to stand out in the crowd.
"Every time a girl would walk by, he would click this device and go on with his business and then follow another girl around," explained Maxson.
Lane didn't stop there. Maxson said he moved from the dressing rooms to a seating area. "He was sort of putting his foot out...right next to couches underneath dresses," Maxson said.
Suspicious, Maxson moved in only to see the strange customer bolt from the store. It wasn't until police caught Lane on South Congress that they found just what he was hiding. He soon turned over three hidden cameras -- one in the koozie, another in his sandal, and a third not much bigger than a ballpoint pen.
Witness accounts filled Lane's arrest affidavit saying, "The suspect would put one foot wearing a sandal underneath the dressing room door," as well as, "he would also place the "koozie" up close to women's buttocks."
Lane's arrest reassured female customers. Still, new technology with smaller cameras keeps the fear alive.
"It's something that's always in the back of your mind. Being out in public is not what it used to be, shows you should always be careful," said Andrea Buczkowski.
Lane faces felony charges of improper photography or visual recording. Police say upon searching the cameras, they found video shot of women in public places they're holding on to for evidence.
Man accused of spying on women with hidden cameras arrested
For years St. Vincent De Paul Thrift Store has been a business dedicated to helping those in need. Now an Austin man faces felony charges after witnesses say he helped himself to secretly spying on women.