A Bay Area man was arrested Monday for allegedly using a secret camera attached to his shoe to record up a young girl’s dress at an Apple Store in Walnut Creek, California.
Jacques Bloxham, a 66-year-old licensed attorney, is accused of moving his shoe in order to position the camera under the girl’s clothes, according to a press release by the Walnut Creek Police Department.
“The juvenile’s father saw what was happening and immediately told Bloxham to stop,” police said. “Bloxham ran away from the Apple store but was pursued by a customer.”
Officers quickly caught up with Bloxham and arrested him shortly after. During his arrest, police said they found other cameras and recording devices in his car following a search and seized them all, including the one taped to his shoe.
Bloxham was booked in Contra Costa County Jail on suspicion of using a camera to secretly record the undergarments of another person, as well as annoying or molesting a child under 18, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. He eventually posted bail.
Bloxham, who also goes by Jack, was admitted to the State Bar of California in 1986, according to Fox News.
He founded the Injury Law Center "in response to the public's need for a personal injury attorney with honesty, integrity and a new understanding of the needs of injured clients," according to his business’s Yelp profile.
Walnut Creek Police Detectives request that if you have any information pertaining to this case that you contact Detective Gerstner at 925-256-3578.
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