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Court date nears for upskirt voyeur
The Bainbridge Island man arrested for snapping photographs under the skirts of unsuspecting young women will be sentenced on Monday, May 20.
Angus Andrew Leger, 32, of Bainbridge Island pleaded guilty to two charges of voyeurism and was previously scheduled to be sentenced in Kitsap County Superior Court on April 30.
Leger’s sentencing date had been rescheduled, however. He will now be sentenced next week.
Leger was arrested on March 6, shortly after allegedly taking a photograph under the skirt of a young woman in the Rite Aid on High School Road. Bainbridge detectives had been monitoring and investigating Leger after previous incidents were caught on in-store cameras at the nearby Safeway.
Island police say that Leger frequented various Winslow locales such as stores, the aquatic center and cafes to take pictures of young women with his cell phone.
Evidence gathered by detectives from Leger’s computer and cell phone revealed videos and photographs of young women in a public places.
Leger told Bainbridge detectives that he estimated that he took approximately 50 videos of young women.