GREENSBURG (KDKA) — State police say a Westmoreland County man is charged with allegedly using his cell phone to record women in their homes while they were in various states of undress.

John Miller, a maintenance man at the apartment complex where he lives in Greensburg, was charged Monday.

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State police in Greensburg say the incidents happened in the Lawson Heights area of Latrobe.

According to the criminal complaint, in one of the incidents back on Jan. 16, Miller was allegedly recording a woman who had just gotten out of her shower when he was caught by one of her neighbors.

Miller was arrested, his cell phone confiscated and examined.

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While being questioned by state police, the criminal complaint says Miller “admitted that he had a problem in which he couldn’t stop videoing woman in their houses in various stages of undress.”

Police say he also told them he had at least six other videos.

In another incident, state police say Miller is accused of taking two videos of a woman in her home on Jan. 11.

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Stay with KDKA for Ross Guidotti’s full report on this story.