A former teacher at a Connecticut high school is facing charges for allegedly taking “upskirt” photos and videos of female students.
Connecticut lawmakers are attempting to update the state’s anti-voyeurism law to include other practices, including so-called revenge porn.
A high school student in Stamford has been charged with voyeurism and other crimes after police say he posted a sexually explicit photo of his ex-girlfriend on the Internet.
Middletown police have arrested two former security guards at Wesleyan University, in a case involving videotaping of a student.
An employee at an East Hartford company has been charged with voyeurism after a video camera was found in the ladies rest room.
East Hartford police say a local man hid a camera in a bathroom and recorded a 13-year-old girl using the shower.
Waterford police say they’ve arrested a suspect in two incidents of voyeurism last month at the Crystal Mall.
A 19-year-old Higganum man faces voyeurism charges after a complaint that he tried to take pictures of a woman in a Wesleyan University shower.
West Hartford police say a 34-year-old man was caught filming up women’s skirts and dresses with his cell phone at a grocery store.