Moore Police: Women secretly recorded in dressing room
MOORE, Okla. — A metro man is accused of using his cellphone to secretly record women in a dressing room.
Moore Police arrested 38-year-old Gabriel Santos-Davila on a peeping tom charge.
He was taken into custody at the Daisy Exchange located at 2741 S. Service Road on Sept. 17.
A woman told officers Santos-Davila slid his phone, which was in a pile of clothes, underneath the wall separating their dressing rooms.
Police found multiple videos on his cellphone of women getting changed.
After hearing about the allegations, a young woman said, “It makes me kind of not want to go in dressing rooms anymore.”
Investigators now want to speak with anyone who used the fitting rooms at the Daisy Exchange on the afternoon of Sept. 17.
Police have only been able to identify one woman in the videos.
If more victims come forward Santos-Davila could face even more charges.
When News Channel 4 spoke with Santos-Davila, he did not want to comment.
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