Ammon, Idaho: Transgender Woman Arrested for Taking Photos of Women in Dressing Room

Ammon, Idaho: Transgender Woman Arrested for Taking Photos of Women in Dressing Room

Transgender Woman Arrested For Taking Photos Of Customer In Dressing Room

Shauna Patricia Smith, 43, was arrested Tuesday after a woman claimed Smith had taken photos of her in a dressing room at a Target store in Ammon, Idaho.

Smith, who is referred to in Bonneville County Court as Shaun Smith, has been charged with voyeurism after she allegedly recorded an 18-year-old girl in the Idaho Falls Target.

Smith allegedly held her iPhone above her changing stall to record the woman next to her. After the victim’s mother confronted her, Smith fled the store. Both the victim and her mother described seeing a white male in a blonde wig and dress.

A witness saw Smith pull away in her car, which the police tracked to Smith’s residence.

In an interview with deputies, Smith admitted to making other videos at Target and said she makes the videos for “the same reason men look at pornography.”

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