That’s when he found a camera recording onto an SD card and called the police. I hope more victims will come forward,” Starnes said.
“We seized a lot of computer storage data devices, hard drives, computers, laptops, SD cards, anything that would store data,” Lt. “We don’t know if there are local victims, someone who may have been dating him, or a companion that doesn’t realize they are being videotaped, and then we have the other side of who he rented to through Airbnb.” Bourque told WFLA Channel 8 that investigators have looked at the SD card and found “a couple of different people on them.” Some of the recovered videos date back as far as 2008.
It was made mandatory for traffic cops to have body cameras focusing on violators who get into heated exchanges with cops, after that incident at Golf Links Road in 2015.
Sunday's incident was reported around 12.30pm when traffic constable Vicky had stopped a three-wheeler goods carrier for checking near the Janakpuri district centre.
DCP west Vijay Kumar said the body cam recording would be produced as evidence against the couple.
"We have invoked various sections based on the evidence we collected from the ground," said Kumar.
A few other traffic cops at the spot managed to free Vicky and inform the PCR.
While the scuffle, one of Bablu's friends, Love Kumar, shot a video and posted it on social media, claiming it to be a brutality by the cops.
The driver, Bablu allegedly called his friends and his wife, Shabnam, to reason it out with the cops.However while scanning through the body cam footages, cops found Bablu and Shabnam arguing with policemen and suddenly attacking Vicky .Police officers say Bablu, a resident of Naraina, had tried to flee after being flagged by the cops.Police arrested the homeowner, 56-year-old Wayne Natt, who is charged with one count of video voyeurism, according to WFLA.He was booked into the Manatee County jail on Sept.