Wednesday, July 25, 2012
A day in the life of a Houston (Texas) Police team
Link to Houston Chronicle .
Also here, http://blog.chron.com/newswatch/2012/07/tomball-man-accused-of-recording-teen-in-girls-dressing-room/
Tomball man accused of recording teen in girl’s dressing room
Ronnie Hoyt Royston, 37, is accused of improper photograph, visual recording for the incident on June 4 at 14443 FM 2920 in Tomball, according to a charging document from the Harris County District Court.
A 16-year-old girl told police she noticed the man following her in the Kohl’s. When she was in a dressing room changing, she noticed a pair of men’s shorts lying underneath a bench, where she found a hidden cell phone recording her, the document states.
Surveillance footage showed Royston placing his cell phone inside the dressing room and a witness told police that she watched the man follow the girls through the store, the document states. Houston police were able to identify the suspect by tracing the cell phone number through the provider. Police were able to confirm that the girl was taped on the man’s phone and he had taken pictures of her, the document states.
Royston has not been arrested and his bail is set at $2,000.