LEWISTON, Idaho (AP) -- The attorney for a 42-year-old man charged with trying to use his cellphone camera to take pictures up women's skirts at Lewiston stores has asked the judge for a mental health evaluation of his client.
Other media outlets report Gregory R. Hurn said he is concerned about Randy William Merrill's ability to understand the seriousness of the three felony video voyeurism charges against him. Hurn said he would like an evaluation of Merrill's mental health, IQ and his ability to comprehend the court proceedings and assist in his defense.
Magistrate Kent Merica said he would take Hurn's request under advisement.
Merrill is charged with trying to take the photos while pretending to pick up something from a bottom shelf or the floor on three different occasions in July.