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Columbia man charged with invasion of privacy for the sixth time in two months

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ)

A Columbia man was charged for the sixth time in two months for invasion of privacy after allegedly taking unwanted pictures of women.

According to a probable cause statement, Ronald Dameron is most recently accused stalking and attempting to take pictures up a woman's skirt on July 7 at the Daniel Boone Library. The victim reported on July 13, Dameron was following her and talking pictures under her skirt in different parts of the library.

The court denied Dameron bond due to several pending cases with similar conduct alleged. Dameron was charged with invasion of privacy six times this year.

Invasion of Privacy Charges Filed:

  • May 5
  • May 31
  • June 3
  • July 12
  • July 16
  • July 22

According to recent court documents, Dameron has been charged for invasion of privacy 10 times since 2009. He has also been convicted of assault in 2012. All of his victims and alleged victims are women in Columbia.

Dameron has a bond hearing scheduled for Wednesday and a case review scheduled for August 3.

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