Man arrested for taking pictures up woman's skirt at Michaels in Ballantyne, police say

Man arrested for taking pictures up woman's skirt at Michaels in Ballantyne, police say

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A man was arrested Tuesday night for taking pictures up a woman's skirt back in June at a Michaels in Ballantyne, police said.

Andrew Mckenzie, a former employee at Michaels, is charged with felony secret peeping.

Content Continues Below

The incident happened on June 16 at the store on Rea Road in the Stonecrest Shopping Center, officials said.

Channel 9 has reported on McKenzie in the past.

In 2010, he was arrested for allegedly using a cellphone on his shoe to record up women's dresses in the Target at the Metropolitan in Midtown.

McKenzie was convicted in 2011 and given a suspended sentence with probation, according to North Carolina Department of Public Safety records.

A Michael’s store manager told Channel 9 they were unaware of the past charge when they hired McKenzie and said he no longer works there.

Check back with wsoctv.com for updates.