Police arrest shoe-camera user at mall

Indianapolis police arrested a Fort Wayne man Saturday after he allegedly used a shoe camera to look up women's dresses
at Castleton Square Mall. David Delagrange, 40, approached several women and placed his foot under their dresses to make recordings,
police say. Delagrange was subdued him with a Taser before being taken into custody. He is charged with voyeurism, resisting
arrest, and child exploitation because one of the victims was believed to be a juvenile.
 

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