SANDUSKY, Ohio - Nancy Yingling, 26, stepped into a Sandusky Target dressing room Tuesday night to try on some pants. She quickly realized she was being watched.
"I looked down at the ground and I noticed that his hand was underneath the dressing room door and he was holding his iPhone video taping me. I'm disgusted, you feel violated. It's a gross thing," Yingling said.
Yingling grabbed the camera from the suspect's hand, ONN's Cristin Severance reported.
"She basically was not going to let him get away with this," Perkins Township Police Lt. Chris Hilton said. "They actually physically tussled , he was trying to get his phone off of her, but she wouldn't let him have it."
"I busted out of the dressing room and got in his face and started screaming and calling him all sorts of things," Yingling said.
She said she punched the suspect in the face and made him sit down until police arrived.
Zachary Van Zandt, 21, was arrested and charged with voyeurism and disorderly conduct.
Police said that Zandt could be facing more charges.
"He expressed to us that he had done this numerous times at the Sandusky mall and at Target," Lt. Hilton said.
The police are currently working on getting a search warrant for his phone
Yingling said that she was glad she fought back for herself and the others who may have no idea they were victimized.
"Especially when he admits he had a problem and would have kept doing it. Just one of those things, you are so grossed out by it," Yingling said.
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