It was at an MD Anderson parking garage on October 8 that Jevon Peirre Gunn was allegedly spotted taking upskirt photos of a woman.
"It's inappropriate and shouldn't be happening, but I'm sure he'll face the consequences," said Samma Huma.
Both Gunn and the victim worked at UT MD Anderson, though Gunn was fired after his arrest. We went searching for him on Thursday.
Gunn, who is out on bond, wasn't home to talk to us. But court documents show he allegedly shot upskirt photos of multiple women. UT police say they're looking for possible other victims, but wouldn't talk to us about specifics of the investigation.
"We have multiple victims we have to identify," said Stefan Happ with UT Police Department.
But what happened at MD Anderson isn't unusual. Earlier this year Ronnie Hoyt was arrested for allegedly putting a camera inside a Kohl's department store dressing room. Then just last month, Darrell Fuller was accused of taking similar photos of women at his place of work.
A local sex addiction therapist says this is a growing problem.
"It's something that escalates over time until it crosses the line and becomes a violation of someone without their permission," said therapist Enod Gray.
Gunn, 30, is charged with improper photography.