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Thursday, June 14, 2012

Police news: Upskirt video, child chaining verdict

Posted By on Thu, Jun 14, 2012 at 6:39 AM

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Scanning the TV Twitter feeds this morning, I came across these:

* UPSKIRT VIDEO: Conway police have arrested a Vilonia teacher for using an iPod with video to get upskirt shots of women shopping in a local Walmart. Channel 4 has security camera footage of the man in action from which the photo above is taken.

* DETENTION FOR CHILD CHAINER: Fox 16 reports on an 18-year-sentence in Benton County for a man who chained his five-year-old daughter to a dresser to keep her from wandering around the house at night in her sleep.

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