STAMFORD, Conn. — A Stamford man suspected of taking videos up women’s skirts at Dunkin Donuts was arrested Wednesday morning, Lt. Tim Shaw said.
Officers were inside the Prospect Street location talking to the store’s management about Jeisson Mendez-Pulido, when they saw him get out of his car and follow a woman, and attempt to take a video up her skirt, Shaw said. In addition to videos on his cell phone, the suspect had a laptop and other video equipment in his car, which was seized as evidence, Shaw said.
Dunkin Donuts management alerted police of his activity a few weeks ago when they saw him videotape some women, Shaw said. Police were investigating, but were unable to get to the store while Mendez-Pulido was there, he said.
It does not appear the suspect was working with anyone else, Shaw said.
Mendez-Pulido, was charged with voyeurism and illegal obstruction of a free passage, police said. He was held on a $50,000 bond and has a court date of Aug. 29, police said.
Police are looking for people to come forward if they think they may have been the victims of Mendez-Pulido, Shaw said.