California personal injury lawyer Jacques Bloxham was arrested Sunday for allegedly using a shoe camera to record under a girl’s dress in an Apple Store.
(Walnut Creek Police Department)
A 66-year-old license Bay Area lawyer, was Sunday arrested after he allegedly stuck a camera on his shoe, and then “moved his shoe so the camera under a female juvenile garment” in a Apple Store in Walnut Creek, California, police said.
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Jacques Bloxham, who has a personal injury lawyer, was reportedly confronted by the father of the girl and fled the store. Officers said they found several cameras and recording devices in the suspect’s car in addition to the one attached to his shoe.
Bloxham was arrested about 3 p.m. and booked into Contra Costa County Jail on suspicion of using a camera to secretly record the undergarments of another person, along with annoying or molesting a child under the age of 18, the San Francisco Chronicle. He later posted bail.
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The police are investigating or Bloxham recorded others and urge anyone with information to call the Walnut Creek Police Department.
Bloxham was admitted to the State Bar of California in 1986. He founded the Injury Law Center “in response to the need for a personal injury lawyer with honesty, integrity and a new understanding of the needs of the injured party customers,” according to his Yelp business profile.