The president of a homeowners association faces four felony charges for installing a video camera inside a condominium without the owner’s permission, focused on the master bedroom.

Florida Condo Association President Arrested Again On More Video Voyeurism Charges

Readers of The Free Press may remember when we first reported on 59-year-old Robert William Orr, the President of the Matanzas Shores Homeowners Association, who was arrested and booked on four counts of video voyeurism.
59-year-old Robert William Orr, Camera Hidden In Plant, Source: FCSO

Readers of The Free Press may remember when we first reported on 59-year-old Robert William Orr, the President of the Matanzas Shores Homeowners Association, who was arrested and booked on four counts of video voyeurism.

Add nine new charges to the list.

Robert W. Orr was re-arrested Wednesday, December 14, 2022, by Flagler County Sheriff’s Major Case Unit on nine additional felony charges.

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Orr was charged with an additional five counts of video voyeurism and an additional four counts of unlawful use of a two-way communications device.

He has since posted bail and was released from the Sheriff Perry Hall Inmate Detention Facility on a $45,000 bond.

Investigators identified at least four total victims recorded as far back as 2018.

FCSO’s Digital Forensics Unit and the St. John’s County Sheriff’s Office assisted the Major Case Unit in accessing encrypted files on Orr’s laptop, which led to the most recent charges.

All of the victims were unknowingly being recorded by hidden video cameras within the condominium.

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This brings Orr’s total charges to twelve counts of video voyeurism and six counts of unlawful use of a two-way communications device. He has posted a total of $90,000 in bail.

“We knew when we arrested this pervert this was likely not his first time,” said Sheriff Rick Staly. “Our Major Case Unit has combed through his seized technology and worked hard to bring justice to the victims in this case. I encourage anyone else that thinks they may have been a victim to contact us.”

FCSO’s Major Case Unit continues to search for additional victims in this investigation. Anyone who believes they may have been a victim is urged to contact FCSO at (386) 313-4911.

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