Yuma man arrested on Voyeurism charges

Yuma man arrested on Voyeurism charges

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By: Mauricio Marin

Yuma, AZ-- A Yuma man accused of secretly shooting video as men and women undressed is behind bars tonight.

Yuma Police say 24-year old Bryan Cheuk Mun Wong was arrested at his home in Green Valley Arizona Thursday afternoon and has since been booked into Yuma County Jail.

YPD was informed of Wong's location after the University of Arizona Police Department informed them they arrested him for secretly videotaping U of A dance students at the university using a hidden camera.

They say he disclosed to U of A Police he also secretly taped victims while undressing at the Yuma Ballet Academy, the Yuma Historic Theatre and Yuma High Schools Snyder Auditorium.

Video footage of several events at the 3 locations dating back to November 2010 were found on Wong's camera.

34 male and female victims have been identified and contacted about the incidents.

Police say they range in age from 6 to 41 years old.

Wong faces several charges of exploitation of a minor.

As well as over one hundred charges of surreptitious videotaping and voyeurism.

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