Santa Clarita Valley deputies are seeking a man accused of taking pictures of women in a Target dressing room last year.
Ricky Alexander Torres, 21, was placed under a citizen’s arrest in November after a woman accused him of taking pictures of her in a Target changing room.
Torres was working at the...
A man arrested Friday after he was accused of taking pictures of a woman in a Target changing room was released Monday, after the District Attorney’s Office declined to press charges.
“Our office declined to press charges pending further investigation,” said Greg Risling, a spokesman for the D.A.’s...
[KHTS] – A Target employee arrested Friday at the Golden Valley store in Santa Clarita is accused of taking photos of a woman in the store’s changing room, officials said.
Online court records indicate the suspect had a previous conviction for a similar offense.
Ricky Alexander Torres, 21, was...
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