Manager accused of peeping on female customers in dressing room - FOX 35 News Orlando

Store manager accused of peeping on female customers in dressing room

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LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. -

A department store manager is accused of removing ceiling tiles to peep on female customers as they tried on clothes.

Police arrested 54-year-old David Ronald Williams on two counts of peeping tom. Williams, a manager at Kohl's in Lawrenceville, was allegedly caught in the act by a customer's teenage daughter.

"I left the fitting room for a second, and she saw a man in the ceiling, and described him to a ‘t.'  When I looked up, that's when I saw him," the mother said.

When the woman asked for a manager to report the incident, it was the alleged Peeping Tom who showed up.

"I was ready to rip his head off. As a mother, because my daughter is standing there, changing, and well, I kept my composure, but he approached me shortly after that when I asked for a manager," she said.

Lawrenceville police detective Greg Vaughn said that customers should look around when they are in a dressing room.

Kohl's said that Williams is no longer employed at the store.

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