Feb 12, 2014 11:16 AM by Ian Auzenne
A Lafayette man is facing video voyeurism charges for allegedly placing multiple cameras in a woman's home.
Sheriff's deputies say Daniel Pogue admitted to placing the cameras inside the victim's home on Monday.
According to investigators, the victim discovered the camera in a flower pot after returning home Monday evening. A few hours later, Pogue allegedly went to the victim's home, claiming he wanted to talk to her and setting off the home's alarm.
Deputies say the victim called authorities, who then asked her to call Pogue back to the home. When Pogue arrived, deputies confronted him. Pogue allegedly threw a syringe behind a fence before deputies arrested him.
Pogue is also charged with unauthorized entry into an inhabited dwelling and possession of drug paraphernalia. He is free on $35,000 bond.