Man faces voyeurism charges for alleged bathroom videotaping
A rural Clay County man is behind bars on allegations he videotaped a female in the bathroom of his residence and the home of the victim multiple times over a five-month span.
Gary W. Riggs, 53, was charged Friday in Clay Circuit Court with five felony counts of voyeurism. He remained jailed Thursday on $10,000 bond with no 10 percent allowed.
Indiana State Police reports the investigation began March 9, when the victim found a small recording device in the bathroom of Riggs' home on North County Road 500 West.
Further investigation revealed Riggs allegedly videotaped the victim at his residence and the victim's residence without her permission while using "multiple recording and storage devices," according to the ISP report.
Charging information states the alleged videotaping took place on five separate occasions from November to March.
Riggs was arrested without incident.
ISP Detective Sam Stearley was the case's investigating officer, State Police report. He was assisted by ISP First Sergeant Jeff Hearon, Detective Chris Carter, and Troopers Ian Portteus and T.J. Henning.