Mugshot of Curtis Bell
Photo: Mike Petchenik/WSB-TV
Photo: Mike Petchenik/WSB-TV

Cops: Man took upskirt photos of woman at Goodwill in Sandy Springs

A man has been arrested for allegedly taking upskirt pictures of a woman at a Goodwill store in Sandy Springs, according to Channel 2 Action News.

Curtis Bell, 64, was arrested Oct. 12 on a charge of using/installing a device to look underneath someone’s clothing, according to Fulton County jail logs. He was released two days later on a $5,000 bond.

The television station reported that Bell used his cell phone at the 6650 Roswell Road store and that the victim was a 39-year-old woman.


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Bell was caught after someone got his license plate as he left, WSB-TV reported.

Jail records indicate that Bell is from Lithonia and that the incident happened on Sept. 16.

Ceraya Nichols has just left the Goodwill when WSB-TV told her about incident.

“I think it's gross. It's 2019, so why? Guys are gross,” Nichols said. “ ... We shouldn't have to worry about guys creeping on us all the time.”


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