20. Deltona man pleads not guilty in Seminole County Court in Sanford to “upskirting” 2 women at Home Depot in Lake Mary

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Headline Surfer photo illustration / Bryan Barclay, 37, of Deltona, is charged with two counts of video voyeurism of women at the Home Depot in Lake, Mary, Florida, by allegedly aiming his smartphone use at the top of the skirts of unsuspected buyer women from behind without their knowledge or consent

By HENRY FREDERICK / Headline Surfer

LAKE MARY, Fla. — The Deltona man apparently felt right at home using his smartphone camera to film or take pictures of the skirts or short dresses of unsuspecting women shopping at the Home Depot in November 2021.

Using the smartphone wasn’t a very smart idea after all, as the amateur videographer was foiled by Seminole County Sheriff‘s Office deputies who caught him filming an undercover officer’s skirt at a Lake Mary Home Depot on November 22. .

Investigators said they organized the undercover operation after Lake Mary police said they received reports that a man, identified as Bryan Barclay, 37, was frequenting the hardware store and trying to film under skirts and skirts. women’s dresses as they bent over to pick up an item from the lowest shelf or floor while shopping.

So, that day, the deputies sent an undercover officer into the store wearing a skirt. Deputies said Barclay couldn’t resist indulging in her seedy video voyeurism by following her around the store, a behavior known as ‘upskirting’.

And then he seized the insatiable opportunity that presented itself, according to police reports: Deputies said they saw Barclay walking behind the officer while holding her mobile phone as she leaned over. He then crouched down and appeared to be using his smartphone to try to capture videos or photos under her dress without her knowledge or consent.

Bryan Barcly, accused of video voyeurism / Headline SurferSo, that day, the deputies sent an undercover officer into the store wearing a skirt. Deputies said Bryan Barclay (shown here and above) couldn’t resist the urge to indulge in his seedy video voyeurism by following her around the store, a behavior known as ‘upskirting’. And then he seized the insatiable opportunity that presented itself, according to police reports: Deputies said they saw Barclay walking behind the officer while holding her mobile phone as she leaned over. He then crouched down and appeared to be using his smartphone to try to capture videos or photos under her dress without her knowledge or consent.

As Barclay was leaving the store, he was stopped by deputies. When they searched his phone, deputies said they found another video of the garden section of the store where he stood behind a stranger in a short skirt.

Barclay was later arrested for the sexual offense of video voyeurism of a person 19 years of age or older.

Barclay was later released from jail and has since pleaded not guilty at the Seminole County Criminal Justice Center courthouse in Sanford to the felony charges.

“The defendant was holding his cell phone in his hand,” read an affidavit of arrest. “The defendant then crouched down and appeared to use his cell phone in an effort to capture a video or photo of the underwear under the undercover officer’s robe without his permission.”

Barclay then left the store but was stopped outside by investigators who were allowed to search his phone, they said.

“The defendant admitted to taking a photo of the undercover officer, the arrest affidavit states, adding, “The defendant said he deleted the photo shortly after taking it. He admitted what he did was wrong and apologized for it.”

Investigators said while searching Barclay’s phone, they discovered another video taken in the garden section of the store of an unknown woman wearing a short skirt.

Barclay told investigators he had the idea to watch porn videos focusing on women upskirts in the aisles of major hardware stores such as Home Depot and

Anyone who thinks they had such an invasive encounter with Barclay is asked to call the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office at 407-665-6650.

Criminal case update:

The trial readiness case poll is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. March 23 before Circuit Judge William S. Orth at the Sanford Criminal Justice Center courthouse. Bryan Barclay is represented by defense attorney William Brown. Barclay faces five years in state prison if convicted on the video voyeurism charge.

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About the author of the signature: Henry Frederick is a working press member and publisher of Headline Surfer, the award-winning 24/7 Internet media outlet launched in 2008, serving the greater Daytona Beach, Sanford and Orlando area from Lake Mary, Florida via HeadlineSurfer.com. Frederick has amassed nearly 150 award-winning signatures in print and online. He earned his Master of Arts in New Media Journalism from Full Sail University in 2019. He was a breaking news reporter (subway cops and courts) for the Daytona Beach News-Journal for nearly a decade. And before that, the same beat worked for The Journal-News/Gannett Suburban Newspapers in Rockland/Westchester Counties, NY, dating back to 1989. Having witnessed the execution of serial killer Aileen Wuornos in the bedroom of the death from Florida and covering other high-profile cases, Frederick appeared on national crime documentary shows on Discovery ID, Reelz and the Oxygen Network series “Snapped” for his analysis. • Award-Winning Journalism: The Florida Press Club recognizes Headline Surfer for nine articles in the 2020 statewide contest. • Award-winning journalism by Henry Frederick.

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