Investigators are searching for more than 100 women they say were victimized by a registered sex offender who secretly shot videos up their skirts.
Mylyn Johnson of the Antelope Valley was arrested in March and faces 15 felony charges including false imprisonment, burglary and several counts of “unlawful recording of undergarments,” according to a statement from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
Detectives found thousands of videos of more than 100 women on Johnson’s phone, storage devices and inside his home. Authorities said the women ranged in age from their teens to about 50 years old.
Johnson secretly recorded the women throughout the Antelope Valley, including a Salvation Army store, the Lancaster International Shopping Mall, a Metrolink train station and Union Station, the Sheriff’s Department said. Officials believe some of the recordings date as far back as August 2012.
Only 10 victims have been identified.