By Heather Collins
The former owner of For the Dogs, a local dog daycare facility, has been charged with two counts of public voyeurism after allegedly setting up a hidden cell phone camera inside of a first-aid kit in the bathroom to peep on an employee.
Raymond Bridges, 56, of Indianapolis turned himself in to police at 5:30 p.m. March 17, the same day a warrant was issued for his arrest. He was booked at the Boone County Jail but was released after posting bail, which was set at $5,000 surety or $550 cash.
The probable cause affidavit states that on or around Feb. 2 Bridges did “peep without the consent of (the victim) in an area where the occupant could reasonably be expected to disrobe … and knowingly or intentionally committed said offense by means of a camera.”
Bridges, known by Indianapolis Colts fans as the “tuba guy,” is no longer involved with For the Dogs.
Zionsville police said that the penalty for the voyeurism charge ranges from six months to two and a half years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000.