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Attorney arrested on suspicion of secretly filming women, teen girl at tanning parlor

AttorneyA 43-year-old attorney in northern San Diego County was arrested Friday on suspicion of possession of child pornography and of secretly filming women and a teenage girl while they were at a tanning parlor in various states of undress, Escondido police said.

David Taylor Kaye of San Marcos had been the subject of a 10-month investigation involving the Escondido police and district attorney.

At least six women and a 15-year-old girl were secretly filmed, police said. Kaye also faces a possible felony charge of possession of a loaded, concealed, unregistered firearm, police said.


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Photo: David Taylor Kaye. Credit: Escondido Police Department

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