Murrieta police have identified a man accused of using his cellphone to take a photo up a woman's dress last month in Super Target.
Jacques C. Million, 37, of Murrieta, was identified after a reader recognized him from surveillance photos posted on Murrieta Patch, according to Murrieta police Sgt. Phil Gomez.
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 sentenced to three years probation for concealing a camera with intent to invade privacy, a felony. He was arrested in that incident—which also involved taking photos of a woman's undergarments and body—Aug. 29, 2011, court records show.
According to Gomez, this latest lewd act incident has been submitted to the Riverside County District Attorney's Office for consideration of charges.
A search of sheriff's jail records indicated Million was not arrested in the Aug. 21 incident at Super Target in which he allegedly approached the woman in the makeup aisle, placing his cellphone under her dress.
She became aware of his alleged intent, and reported it to store security and police.
In the event Million is arrested or charged, Patch will provide an update.
"The newer case is still in review and no filing decision has been made," said John Hall, spokesperson for the Riverside County District Attorney's Office.
Editor's Note: This story was updated at 2:55 p.m. Sept. 18 to include the location where the first incident took place.