Indiana Supreme Court rules on shoe cam peeper

(File Photo)
(File Photo)

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — An appeal has failed for a man who attached a camera to his shoe to take video up teenagers’ skirts at Castleton Square Mall.

The Indiana Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld David Delagrange’s conviction for child exploitation.

Delagrange was arrested in 2010 after a store employee reported his suspicious behavior at the mall. Officers found the camera he was using. A jury convicted him and a judge sentenced him to six months in prison.

More than a year ago, a state appeals court threw out the child exploitation conviction, arguing the children in this case weren’t performing a sexual act. The Indiana Supreme Court, instead, agreed with the trial court.

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