Deputies: Home surveillance camera caught voyeur peering in windows

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ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. —

Marcus Younge, 26, was in court Tuesday morning facing faces charges of aggravated child stalking, voyeurism and burglary.

It was all related to what happened in the backyard of an east Orange County home.

Edward Charlery recorded home surveillance video last month of a man, who deputies say is Younge, walking on the side of the home and into Charlery's backyard.

In the video a man can be seen pressed against a glass door, peering in.

Investigators said the video shows him undoing his belt and reaching down the front of his pants, while looking at Charlery's three young daughters inside.

They say they believe he may have even taken pictures.

"Right now, I'm just scared -- especially knowing my daughter rides her bike to school," said Charlery.

Deputies said they arrested Younge in 2009 after they say he tried to kidnap a 9-year-old girl in the same neighborhood.

"I would not harm no child," Younge said, during that case.

The kidnapping charges were eventually dropped and Younge pleaded guilty to misdemeanor battery. He was sentenced to one year of probation.

"He touched her. He grabbed her," said the mother of the victim in the 2009 incident.

She wasn't happy about the outcome of her daughter's case and  said on Tuesday that the latest incident is an outrage.

Video shows the man leaving the yard when deputies arrived.

Younge was later caught and arrested.

"I think they should keep him in jail, that's what I honestly think," said Charlery.  

Charlery said Younge seemed like a very friendly person, and even waved at him the night of the incident as Charlery drove away, leaving his wife and daughters at home.

Younge is being held with no bond.