Cop Caught Taking Pictures of Little Girls at School, Zoomed In Under Their Clothes

CHARLOTTE — Police officer Thomas Allen has been charged with four counts of secretly viewing another’s body or underwear with a camera, and four counts of possessing images that violate the peeping stature.

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Investigators discovered that Officer Allen had taken photos of under-age girls who attended a local school.

He was charged for using his camera to capture portions of the underwear of girls at school.

He was charged for using his camera to capture portions of the underwear of girls at school. Image via WBTV News

Allen is reported to have used a camera to zoom in underneath the girls’ clothing while they were doing pushups and situps for physical training.

He was able to capture pictures of their underwear without their consent, according to the report.

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“We’re talking about physical activities where people were wearing loose-fitting clothes,” the police chief said, in an interview with WBTV News.

The girls had no knowledge of what Allen was doing to them until they were approached by detectives.




Allen is set to be terminated by the department.

He has worked as a cop with the CMPD since 1996.

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Investigators found several thousand photos on his computers at his house and at the office.

He is reported to have worked with over 700 people who participated in the youth programs.

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