AMMON, Idaho -- A transgender woman is facing a felony charge after sheriff's officials say she used a cell phone to record a woman trying on clothes in the changing room of an Ammon business.
Bonneville County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Bryan Lovell said the incident happened at a Target store Monday afternoon.
He said the victim was changing clothes when she noticed someone holding a cell phone over the wall of changing room stall to take photos of her.
Several witnesses also spotted a person described as "a male dressed in women's clothing" attempting to photograph the woman, according to Lovell. The suspect ran out of the store after being confronted.
Deputies identified the suspect as 43-year-old Sean Patrick Smith, also known as Shauna Patricia Smith, with help from surveillance footage and witness information. Lovell said Smith identifies as a transgender woman.
Smith was arrested Tuesday and booked into the Bonneville County Jail on a felony charge of voyeurism.