Fashion photographer charged with video voyeurism
STUART Florida – A photographer is accused of video voyeurism in Stuart, and detectives believe there may be more victims.
The Martin County Sheriff’s Office said 58-year-old James Baes concealed a Go-Pro camera in his room and utilized it to record his sweetheart as they had sex.
The lady, whose age is redacted from the report, told representatives she met Baes through a dating application throughout the late spring of 2019. They began seeing each other a brief timeframe later. She said at some point in October or November of a year ago she found the camera covered up under a towel on an end table in his room. She said she took the SD card. The lady said on a second event she found the Go-Pro camera covered up on a chest in the parlor. This time, the lady took the SD card and the camera, the sheriff’s office said.
Police surveyed the video and discovered evidence of other potential victims.
The U.S. Marshals Florida Regional Task Force captured Baes on a warrant for one count of video voyeurism on a victim beyond 19 years old.
Anybody with data is being approached to call Det. Ingrid Faison at 772-220-7104.
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