A Westchester County attorney was arrested over the weekend after allegedly taking cellphone photos up teenagers’ skirts on Long Island.
Officials confirmed that on Saturday, 28-year-old Samuel Jackson, who reportedly practices law in Westchester, was arrested after allegedly putting his cellphone camera under the skirts of two 19-year-old girls and snapping photos at the Belmont Park Racetrack in Elmont, where the Belmont Stakes race was taking place.
Jackson, a graduate of Fordham Law School, reportedly works for RAS Associates in Purchase.
A Brooklyn resident, Jackson was arrested by an NYPD officer who was on-duty at the track. He was charged with two counts of unlawful surveillance. Jackson was arraigned on Sunday and is due back in court on Long Island later this week.