A charge has been filed against a man accused of taking a photo up a woman's dress in the makeup aisle of a Murrieta retail store.
Jacques Million, 37, of Murrieta, faces a misdemeanor count of concealing a camera with an intent to invade privacy in the Aug. 21 incident at Super Target, 27818 Clinton Keith Road.
The charge was filed Monday, according to John Hall, spokesperson for the Riverside County District Attorney's Office.
Million is scheduled to appear Oct. 16 at Southwest Justice Center, when he will be arraigned on the charge, Hall said.
A search of court records revealed Million, who also goes by the last name of Mills, pleaded guilty in a similar incident at Walmart on Murrieta Hot Springs Road just a year prior.
He was arrested in that incident—which also involved taking photos of a woman's undergarments and body—Aug. 29, 2011, court records show. He was sentenced to three years probation for concealing a camera with intent to invade privacy.
The victim in the newest allegation noticed a man standing behind her quickly pull out his cellphone, place it under her dress and allegedly take a picture, according to Murrieta police.
"The subject bumped the female's leg while taking the picture, alarming her instantly," police said.
The subject then allegedly exited the store leaving his shopping cart behind, police said.
After Murrieta police posted surveillance photos, Million was ID'd as the alleged perpetrator.
Murrieta police then filed the case with the DA's office.