More Charges Filed in Parker Peeper Case

A Bay County landlord accused of spying on his tenants with tiny video cameras is now facing felony charges.

Parker police filed two counts of possession of child pornography against William Judson McDevitt this week.

Investigators filed the charges after seeing two children on some of the hours and hours of video tapes they seized from McDevitt's home last month.

Authorities say the two girls under the age of 14 were in bathrooms in their own homes, one of several units McDevitt owns at the Cheri Lane townhouse complex in Parker.

Police began their investigation in late December after receiving calls about suspicious wires from some of McDevitt's tenants.

They discovered tiny cameras hidden in three of the units. Apparently McDevitt had been video taping people in the townhouses for several years.

When police searched McDevitt's home, they say they found piles of pornographic videos, magazines and at least one computer containing porno.

The two felony charges are added to two misdemeanor counts of video voyeurism.

Police have now issued warrants for McDevitt's arrest. He is a merchant Marine and is apparently out of the area.