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    Phoenix Police say a man has been charged with 26 counts of voyeurism after he was caught filming a woman in a fabric store in Ahwatukee.Clinton Leroy Hollister, according to police, was caught on April 22nd, 2014 filming a woman inside the store.
    Phoenix Police say a man has been charged with 26 counts of voyeurism after he was caught filming a woman in a fabric store in Ahwatukee.Clinton Leroy Hollister, according to police, was caught on April 22nd, 2014 filming a woman inside the store.
PHOENIX (KSAZ) - A woman who says she was one of the victims of a man videotaping up women's skirts is speaking out about that awful experience.

She says she knew something wasn't right when the man kept creeping up to her in the aisles of the store.

Clinton Hollister was arrested and charged with 36 counts of voyeurism after authorities found 20-upskirt videos on his phone.

One of the women in those videos caught Hollister and confronted him in the act. She told us how it happened, and what he did when she confronted him.

Hollister allegedly placed the phone in a shopping basket with the camera facing up and recording video. The women in the video doesn't want to be identified but wants her story to be told.

"At the end of the aisle I thought wow, this guy is standing right on me, what's going on? So I looked down at the bottom of the shelf, and he sat the basket down, I realized then that he's got a phone in there," said the woman.

She was shopping at a Joann Fabric's store in Ahwatukee back in April along with her daughters. The victim told the store manager and confronted Hollister.

"And he gets up to the front and says "what's going on?" I said, "you were filming me up my skirt, I saw your camera," he says "oh no I got a family, I wasn't going anything wrong," said the woman.

Hollister left the store, but the victim's daughter got his license plate information. The victim filed a police report three months later and police identified another victim. They then obtained a search warrant to look at Hollister's phone and found 20-upskirt videos that had been deleted. Police are now urging women to be on the alert, and to speak up.

"They should, because if you feel like something is wrong, it usually is something wrong. I'm glad I said something," she said.

Phoenix Police say there are more than a dozen victims out there but so far only two have been identified. If you recognize Hollister and think you may be a victim, you're asked to call Phoenix Police at 602-262-6151.
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