Bend Police are looking for other potential victims of a Redmond man accused of invading a woman’s privacy, according to a Bend Police news release.
Police said the 31-year-old customer at Empire Car Wash in northern Bend reported a man later identified as Jesse James Calkins, 35, used a selfie stick to take photos up her skirt while she washed her car around 5:18 p.m. July 17. Though police did not find Calkins that day, they gathered information, including video surveillance, and identified him.
Calkins was arrested on a second-degree invasion of personal privacy charge recently during a traffic stop, police said. Search warrants were issued for the Ford Escape he was driving and his Redmond home.
Evidence found during the investigation caused police to believe Calkins might have other victims. Anyone with information in the case is asked to call Bend Police at 541-693-6911.