Despite a signed confession, Christopher Gribble plead not guilty to charges of voyeurism and disorderly conduct Wednesday in his first court appearance according to court records.
Gribble, 40, of Bradford, RI was arrested for allegedly taking photos of people while they changed in the changing rooms of the Crystal Mall. In his first court appearance Wednesday, Gribble put in a plea of not guilty and was released on $300 bond and was told by Judge John Nazzaro to stay away from the Crystal Mall during the length of the court proceedings, according to court records.
Twice in September, Gribble allegedly attached a camera to his shoe, snuck it underneath the door of a changing room at the Crystal Mall and snapped a photo, once of a 19-year-old man and once of a 13-year-old girl. Both times, the person saw the foot and then somebody allegedly confronted Gribble, who ran away.
Waterford Police arrested him in October after he allegedly signed a confession. Gribble allegedly also told police he has been taking voyeuristic photos since the summer of 2011, after doing it previously until he was convicted for voyeurism following a 2006 incident where he spied on people on the street.
His next court appearance is December 4th.