Texarkana man accused of video voyeurism

Michael Lynn Giles

A Texarkana man accused of secretly videotaping adult residents in his home for two years was arrested by Texarkana, Ark., police Wednesday.

Michael Lynn Giles, 57, posted a $5,000 bond and was released the same day, according to staff at the Miller County jail. Giles resigned his position as a school bus driver for Texarkana, Ark., School District Wednesday as well, according to TASD officials.

Texarkana, Ark., police spokeswoman Kristi Bennett said the victims told investigators they confronted Giles after finding a flash drive hidden in the house which contained videos of them in their bedrooms. Giles allegedly admitted to hiding cameras in the bedrooms and to filming others without their knowledge or consent. The complaining adults are in their 30s, Bennett said.

Giles is scheduled to appear in Miller County Circuit Court next month.


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