OLDSMAR, Fla. (WFLA) – A Tampa man is out on bond after he was arrested for taking pictures up a woman’s skirt in a local Starbucks.
News Channel 8 has also learned that he’s a well-known tennis coach and has been banned from the Waterchase community where he taught.
Justin “Page” Buck, 48, told Pinellas County Sheriff’s deputies that he saw a 21-year-old woman who he thought was attractive at a Starbucks located at 3180 Tampa Road in Oldsmar.
He said he also noticed she was dressed in a skirt.
He told deputies he sat at a table across from her and took three pictures up her skirt with his phone around 1:30 p.m. Monday.
When he noticed the pictures were too dark, he then turned on his flash and took two more pictures, according to investigators.
Deputies say the woman was unaware of what was happening, but a Starbucks employee saw it all and called 911.
Buck was arrested and charged with one count of video voyeurism.
According to his website, Buck is a local tennis pro, giving lessons to children as young as four years old.
He listed his home on Twin Branch Acres Road and the Waterchase community as two locations where he teaches lessons.
Lillian Guerrero, vice president of marketing and communications of the company that manages Waterchase, released a statement Tuesday:
“Justin Page Buck is not, nor has ever been, an employee of FirstService Residential. He is the owner of Front Page Tennis, an outside company contracted to provide tennis lesson services to the Waterchase community. For the protection of residents, the association is terminating his contract and he has been immediately banned from entering the community. The matter is in the hands of local law enforcement and we cannot comment further on an active investigation.”
Deputies tell us there are no other charges against him outside the incident at Starbucks.
However, they are also looking at two other Starbucks locations, but say that number could increase.
They speculate there are more victims throughout several jurisdictions and say more charges could be on the way.
Buck is out on bond. He has another prior arrest in Hillsborough County for contempt of court.
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