SICK! Nanny Cam Catches Federal Agent Smelling Little Girl's Panties [Video]
The world of nanny cams has been a double-edged sword. However, there have been far more upsides to their use than downsides. Such is the case where a homeowner caught a federal agent smelling their child underwear during a simple open house showing.
A former federal law enforcement officer, accused of having a sexual motive for smelling a girl's dirty underwear in her bedroom, will be allowed to serve unsupervised probation.
According to ABC, deputy U.S. Marshal David Timothy Moon, 50, was touring a Phoenix home for sale last May.
While his real estate agent was in another room, Moon went inside a 3-year-old girl's bedroom, according to a police report. He focused on the laundry hamper in the corner. He dug through the dirty laundry and pulled out what appeared to be the girl's underwear.
Video shows, Moon appeared to hold the underwear close to his face and appeared to smell them. Minutes later, he returned to the bedroom for a second round with the preschooler's clothing. When he leaves the room for the second time, he appeared to notice the nanny cam. He quickly covered his mouth and said "goddamn it."
Moon's girlfriend told authorities that once he found out police were looking for him, he threw away his computer. She found an email he had sent himself with a video of girls doing gymnastics, as well.
True Crimes reported that after hearing of the allegations, the U.S. Marshals Service fired Moon. He had been a federal agent for 24 years and worked in multiple states, including Arizona, Alabama, and Florida, according to an agency spokesman.
Moon was indicted on two counts of felony trespassing with sexual motivation. He later pleaded guilty to misdemeanor trespassing following a plea deal.
Moon's sentence was determined in part by a lack of criminal history, his service in the military and law enforcement, and the judge's opinion that he expressed sincere remorse for his actions. When his probation is up, he can apply to have the complaint dismissed and the conviction set aside.