Cops: Man filmed up women’s dresses at grocery store
A man used a modified video camera on top of his shoe to record video up women’s skirts and loose-fitting shorts, according to the Grand Junction Police Department.
Joshua Cheyenne Vohs, 34, 465 Orchard Ave., was issued a summons shortly after 5 p.m. Sunday at City Market, 200 Rood Ave., on suspected unlawful sexual contact through photographs, a misdemeanor.
Vohs has one previous misdemeanor, according to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation. He was arrested on suspicion of third-degree sexual assault stemming from a July 2006 incident in Crested Butte.
Vohs approached unsuspecting women and attempted to record video of their “intimate parts” by placing his shoe and the camera underneath their dresses or shorts, according to the summons.
A memory card on the camera included 11 videos of similar activities, including one video that appeared to have been filmed inside a portable toilet.
This is the second time in two months that a person tied to Grand Junction has been contacted by law enforcement after spying on women who were using portable toilets. Former Grand Junction resident Luke Chrisco was arrested last month for allegedly spying on women from inside the tank of a portable toilet at a Boulder yoga festival.
The summons Vohs was issued Sunday also listed a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia and less than an ounce of marijuana. The marijuana and paraphernalia were found after Vohs consented to a search of his vehicle, according to the Police Department.