A Picyaune man accused of filming a 15-year-old girl in November while she changed clothes was indicted by a grand jury and arrested in June, according to the Picayune Item.
On June 23, Pearl River County sheriff’s deputies arrested Eugene Byron Hornke, 37, on a charge of photographing or filming another without permission.
Hornke is held at the Pearl River County jail on a $90,000 bond.
Picayune police arrested Hornke on November 29, 2016, after a woman caught him filming her daughter from outside her window while she changed clothes, according to the Picayune Item.
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Picayune Assistant Police Chief Jeremy Magri told the newspaper the mother was “crying hysterically” and holding a phone that allegedly belonged to Hornke.
Police found four videos of the girl recorded over two days after they obtained a warrant to search the phone, Magri said.
The grand jury unsealed the indictment on June 23, and Hornke was arrested that day.