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PD: Man filmed up women's dresses in numerous voyeur cases

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Clinton Hollister (Source: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office) Clinton Hollister (Source: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office)
(Source: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office) (Source: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office)
PHOENIX (CBS5) -

A Phoenix man was booked into jail Monday after police recovered at least 20 videos he had secretly recorded with his cell phone camera under dresses of more than a dozen women across the Valley, police said.

Clinton Leroy Hollister, 43, was arrested after additional warrants were served at his home. He was booked into jail on 26 counts of voyeurism and attempted voyeurism.

The videotaping occurred at several different locations, including fabric, wine and thrift stores, Phoenix police Sgt. Trent Crump said. Two of 15 victims have been identified, Crump said.

Investigators said anyone who might have had contact with Hollister should call the Phoenix Police Department's Family Investigations Unit at 602-534-2121.

Crump said the arrest stems from an April 22 incident at the Jo-Ann Fabric and Crafts store at 5021 E. Ray Rd.

A woman told police she noticed a man was following her down the aisles and at one point felt a handheld shopping basket touch her leg.

She looked down and saw a cell phone in the empty basket, Crump said. The cell phone camera appeared to be on and in the video mode.

The woman confronted the suspect, who gave her his name, Crump said. The suspect refused to show the victim what he had been recording. When the suspect was told that police were on their way, he fled the store.

Investigators were able to identify Hollister as a possible suspect and served a search warrant in July for forensic analysis of Hollister's cell phone, Crump said.

Numerous deleted files of similar clandestine videos were recovered, according to Crump. Investigators said they recovered about 20 surreptitious videos and several attempts.

Hollister is married to a professional photographer and is the father of two children.

He is scheduled to appear in court on Aug. 5 and Aug. 8.

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