Serial Peeping Tom Released From Custody AGAIN

35-year-old Erric Morton was arrested for placing multiple cameras in various bathrooms around Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Some of the locations included Starbucks, Sweetwater Coffee, Vertex Coffee, Bath and Body Works, and Gallup Park.

Morton has been charged with 12 felonies, which include possession of child pornography, capturing images of an unclothed person, and using a computer to commit a crime.

It’s reported that some of the cameras Morton planted inside the bathroom were disguised to look like USB outlets meanwhile others appeared to mimic pens.

According to police, after obtaining video footage, Morton would distribute them online.

Deputy Chief Jason Forsberg of the Ann Arbor Police Department revealed that a tip caused the AAPD to serve two search warrants.

It was then that police “found hundreds of photographs and videos of people in various states of undress.”

Additionally, officers seized multiple electronics from Morton’s home.

Meanwhile, Morton posted a $100,000 bond and is now walking free, although it’s unknown who raised the money.

Ann Arbor Police Lt. Bonnie Theil told WDIV, “We see it as tremendously heinous and just a horrible violation and we want to get him off the streets. … Unfortunately, we see a lot of recidivism in sexual deviance crimes.”

Sadly, this isn’t the first time Morton has been caught gathering images and video of people unclothed, in fact he was sentenced back in 2006 for similar crimes.

And then again in 2015, court documents revealed that Morton was charged with 17 felony counts related to the illegal capture and surveillance of unclothed individuals.

Between 2010 and 2015 alone, Morton captured over 7,000 videos.

Police shared that they are still attempting to identify Morton’s victims and have created a site for anyone who believes they may have been victimized in order to file a report.


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