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Police say a man who used his cell phone to videotape under a teenager’s skirt may have a long list of victims. Antonio Becerril was arrested at Opry Mills mall, and some wonder why the 39 year old man only faces a misdemeanor charge.Cell phones are all around us. So are the cameras built inside.At Opry Mills this weekend, police say one man decided to use his cell phone to commit a crime.”Pretty brazen about it, basically taking out his cell phone and taking pictures,” says Kristin Mumford with the Metro Police Department.Police say Antonio Becerril was following a 16 year old girl, secretly shooting pictures and videos under her skirt.     The girl’s mother noticed the suspect and notified mall security.Later, after detectives were examining the phone, they allegedly found more images of other unidentified women.”If there are any women out there who feel as if they’ve been victimized and photographs may have been taken of them, we do encourage them to come forward,” says Mumford.The suspect in this case is charged with unlawful photography.  It’s a misdemeanor crime in Tennessee.  The maximum punishment is less than a year in jail.As women learned of the case, they were surprised that Becerril wasn’t facing a more serious charge.And especially when it’s happening to younger children, I think they should serve time for more than a year,” says shopper Terri Van Ostran.”It’s a violation of people’s privacy. I mean just a slap on the hand, that’s ridiculous,” says shopper Kellie Beasley. State lawmaker Mike Turner represents the Opry Mills area in the Tennessee General Assembly.     He believes this offense deserves a second look, and says the law needs to catch up with technology.”That behavior should not be rewarded, it should be punished, and we’ll be looking to put some legislation to make it a felony next year,” says Rep. Mike Turner, (D) Old Hickory.Several states including New York, Ohio, and Florida have already made this type of photography a felony.        State Representative Mike Turner says he will look at those laws, and possibly introduce legislation here in Tennessee when lawmakers return to the capitol next January.Detectives ask that any citizen who may have been inappropriately photographed or videotaped by Becerril  to contact the Metro Police department’s Sex Crimes Unit at (615) 862-7540.For news updates follow John Dunn on twitter @WZTVJohnDunn
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