• Police: Peeping Tom suspect found with cell phone, GoPro upskirt photos

    By: Preston Jones , Melodie Pennington

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    TULSA, Okla. - Quick Facts:

    • Police arrested 31-year-old Trevor Thompson
    • He faces 13 counts of Peeping Tom and 1 count of indecent exposure
    • Investigators say he took upskirt photos of women on the escalator at Woodland Hills Mall
    • He allegedly violated orders to stay away from the mall at least 5 times

    An accused Peeping Tom went to jail Wednesday in the latest of years-long accusations. 

    Tulsa Police say Trevor Thompson, 31, used his cell phone camera and a Go Pro to take upskirt photos of women and girls on escalators at Woodland Hills Mall. 

    They also believe he brought cameras into a dressing room. He faces 13 counts of Peeping Tom and 1 count of indecent exposure. 

    The accusations span May through October of 2017, but it's not the first time they've encountered Thompson in this situation. 

    Police say in 2016, he received court orders to wear a GPS monitor and avoid  Woodland Hills specifically. Investigators say he violated the order at least 5 times. 

    In June 2017, he was banned from shopping malls and required again to wear a GPS monitor unless he sought treatment.

    His orders stemmed from a 2015 arrest for indecent exposure at the mall. Conditions of his recent bond included seeking treatment out of state without access to electronics and to forfeit his passport. 

    That case awaited a jury trial until early November, when Thompson waived his right to a jury trial.

    FOX23 reached out to the mall for comment; they have not yet responded. 

    Thomson left the jail Wednesday night on a $130,000 bond, though according to court records, the judge in his 2015 case revoked his bond. 


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