Women To Suspected Peeping Tom: "Show Us Your Phone"Following the moments of a perceived invasion of privacy, several women followed 35-year-old Sergio Bayate out of a Miami Beach department store Wednesday and shined the camera -- and spotlight -- on him.
Women Confront Alleged Video Voyeur At Department StoreMiami Beach Police have arrested a man accused of video voyeurism at a department store in Miami.
UF Religion Professor Gets Probation In Video Voyeurism CaseThe former chair of the University of Florida's religion department has been sentenced to five years of probation for secretly recording a teenage girl.
Wilton Manors Man Charged With Video Voyeurism, Sex BatteryPolice are looking for more victims after charging a man with eight counts of sex-related crimes.
Man Accused Of Filming Teen In Bathroom StallA scary situation for a 13-year old boy in a restaurant bathroom ended with an arrest last week.
Exclusive: Man Accused Of Filming Roommate, Kids In The BathroomA man is facing charges, accused of filming his roommate and her two children while they were in the bathroom.
Allegations Pile On Against Ex-Miami Cop Accused Of Child MolestationRetired Miami cop Juan Roman had a sterling career filled with commendations. However, after being accused of downloading child porn and video-taping himself molesting a young girl, Roman’s pristine reputation on the force may have been a farce.
Police: Disturbing Discovery Leads To Re-Arrest Of Retired Cop A retired Miami Police Officer out on bond for federal porn charges is back behind bars after investigators said they made a disturbing discovery.
Victim Of Peeping Tom Security Guard Awarded $1.3 MillionA jury has awarded a woman $1.3 million after finding a guard hired by a security company secretly filmed her through her bedroom window as she undressed and slept.
Islamorada Man Charged With Videotaping TeenMonroe County deputies arrested an Islamorada man Friday, accused of clandestinely videotaping a teen.
Bath Salts, PIP Fraud Among New Laws Taking Effect July 1Do not be surprised if your child returns from a school event with a prayer leaflet, as it will now be allowed as part of several new laws taking effect July 1.