Man Accused of Filming Up Woman's Skirt at IKEA in Sunrise - NBC 6 South Florida

Man Accused of Filming Up Woman's Skirt at IKEA in Sunrise

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    Man Videotaped Women Under Clothes at IKEA

    NBC 6's Stephanie Bertini speaks to Sunrise police about the man accused of filming multiple women under their clothes.

    (Published Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018)

    A man accused of filming up a woman's dress at the IKEA store in Sunrise is facing a video voyeurism charge, police said.

    Jose Barrios, 59, was arrested Wednesday in the alleged incident that happened last month at the store on Northwest 136th Avenue, according to an arrest report.

    The report said a witness saw the 24-year-old victim riding the escalator to the second floor with Barrios behind her. The witness saw Barrios put his cell phone under the woman's dress, the report said.

    The witness said she yelled "you're sick" at Barrios and ran to the second floor to confront him. Barrios tried to flee but customers grabbed him and held him down until security arrived, the report said.

    Man Accused of Filming Upskirt Videos in IKEA

    [MI] Man Accused of Filming Upskirt Videos in IKEA

    Jose Barrios is accused of video voyeurism after he allegedly filmed up a woman's skirts at an IKEA. NBC 6's Stephanie Bertini reports.

    (Published Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018)

    When officers responded Barrios told them he didn't know what was going on or why the witness was yelling at him, the report said. Barrios refused to allow officers to view his phone, according to the report.

    The 24-year-old victim told officers she didn't want to pursue charges so Barrios was let go but police took his phone and placed it into evidence, the report said.

    During an appearance in bond court Thursday, a prosecutor said investigators found 57 video clips associated with video voyeurism on the phone.

    Jose Barrios Appears in Bond Court

    [MI] Jose Barrios Appears in Bond Court

    Jose Barrios appears in Broward bond court.

    (Published Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018)

    Barrios surrendered to police Wednesday night, his attorney said at the hearing. He was ordered held on $7,500 bond.

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