Man Charged After Allegedly Taking Photos up 4 Women’s Skirts While Working at College in Santa Clarita

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A 21-year-old man has been charged after allegedly taking photos up four women’s skirts at a Santa Clarita college where he worked and was a student, officials announced Thursday.

Sebastian Barrales Raymundo, of Santa Clarita, faces four misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct by secretly photographing the undergarments of another person, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.

He allegedly took the photos at The Master’s University. Three of the incidents occurred in June, and one occurred in April, according to the criminal complaint. One of the victims was described as a student.

Raymundo is a student at the school and also worked on campus, officials said. He was arrested on June 12.

Raymundo pleaded not guilty during a court appearance Thursday. He faces two years in jail if convicted as charged.

The case was investigated by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Parks Bureau.

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