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Neptune Man Accused of Taking Unconsented Pictures Up Females' Dresses Arrested

Ocean Twp. New Jersey

A Neptune man accused of taking pictures up females' dresses was arrested yesterday, police announced. 

On May 26, at approximately 12:30 p.m., police was dispatched to Staples, located at 1100 State Highway 35, in reference to a female victim reporting an invasion of her privacy. 

An investigation revealed that an unknown subject had used a cell phone to take a picture up the victims dress as she was shopping. 

The subject was last seen getting into a vehicle and leaving the parking lot. The image of the accused was caught on the store’s closed circuit video system which was provided to police. 

With the assistance of the Neptune Township Police Department, Detective Melody identified Vincent Rogers Jr., 23, as a suspect and determined that he operated a similar vehicle to the one seen exiting the Staple’s parking lot. 

Several weeks later, Officials learned that a similar incident had occurred at the Monmouth Mall in Eatontown where the man was identified as the same subject involved in both incidents. 

Detective Melody provided Eatontown detectives with the identity of the accused in the Monmouth Mall incidents.

Yesterday, Rogers was placed under arrest at the Eatontown Police Headquarters and charged with the May 26th incident at Staple’s. 

As a result of the investigation and identification of Rogers, Eatontown Police has charged him with the incidents that occurred at Monmouth Mall. 

Rogers was released on a complaint summons and is scheduled to appear at a future court hearing.