Man accused of voyeurism

Man accused of voyeurism
Man accused of voyeurism

Man accused of voyeurism

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — A man accused Thursday of viewing a lady from outside her window as she utilized the washroom was captured twice in 2000 on comparative charges, as indicated by the Sheriff’s Office.

Nathan Michael Shellen, 37, of the 4600 square of Black Bear Court, was accused of voyeurism. Shellen was accused in 2000 of three tallies of standing around and slinking by Sebastian and Vero Beach police for “peeping” occurrences, as indicated by capture records.

More: Stuart man accused of video voyeurism at Blake Library Additional: Peeping Tom in Palm City was keeping an eye on 15-year-old, Martin County agents say A lady called 911 around 11 p.m. Jan. 23 in the wake of detecting a moderately aged man peering in her washroom window in the 4500 square of 61st Terrace, as indicated by Shellen’s capture warrant.

“She shouted for her significant other, and they both ran out the front entryway,” the warrant said. The couple saw a white SUV leaving the region and could get the tag, which was for a vehicle claimed by Shellen, the warrant said. Shellen told a delegate he turned onto the road by botch.

“He denied consistently ceasing or escaping his vehicle while on 61st Terrace,” as indicated by the warrant.

More: Port St. Lucie man captured on video voyeurism charge More: Police: Naked man on St. Lucie connect accused of revolting introduction Shellen told an agent when he was 13, he gone by a lady showering with her window open and his peeping “habit” started when he was 16 or 17.

“He disclosed to me that he is now and again activated just by observing a light on in a house and trusts this was a one-time oversight,” the warrant said. Shellen was discharged Thursday subsequent to posting $1,000 safeguard. His arraignment was planned for March 13.

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