Video Voyeurism Cases Suddenly A Popular Topic In Boise Right Now
Boise, Idaho - The Boise Police Department is searching for a person of interest in regard to an investigation into video voyeurism on November 26.
The most basic definition of video voyeurism is the act of recording an individual in a private area without their consent. Continue reading for an update on the local Boise chiropractor who is set for trial for video voyeurism.
"The male was last seen driving away in a small black passenger car with a Transformers “Decepticon” painted on the hood of the car and the hood was secured with bungee cords. The vehicle also had a missing front bumper.
The Boise Police department also mentions that the car is missing the front bumper.
If you know this person of interest in which the Boise PD would like to talk or have seen the car above you're encouraged to call the non-emergency dispatch at 208-377-6790 or you can submit a tip to Crime Stoppers using their website here.
While the Boise Police Department searches for that person of interest, another pleaded not guilty on Jan. 3 for two felony counts of video voyeurism.
According to KTVB.com Justin Michael Anderson, a Boise chiropractor is "accused of recording two women while they changed last year in treatment rooms at his clinic will get a trial by jury."
The Boise chiropractor was arrested in September of 2022 when the Garden City Police after a woman found a recording device. KTVB.com also mentions "Anderson remains free on bond before trial. He was ordered to surrender his passport on Sept. 30, 2022, as a condition of his pretrial release order." The trial is set to begin on April 18 at the Ada County Courthouse.