Aug 162015
 August 16, 2015  Posted by  Breaches, Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Sean Philip Cotter reports:

Police say a Felton man who had been sentenced to time behind bars just 10 days earlier for invasion of privacy was charged with it again for taking photos up a woman’s skirt.

Sean Eric Mathews, 23, of Felton, told his family as police arrested him that he was being taken away for “the same thing as last time,” according to police.

Just before noon on Thursday, Southern York County Regional Police were called to the Giant Foods grocery store on Mount Airy Road in Shrewsbury. When they got there, a woman told them she’d been shopping when she sensed someone behind her. When she looked around, police say she told them, she saw a man bent over, using his cell phone to take pictures up her skirt.

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