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Man accused of taking sexually explicit photographs of sleeping houseguest

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Travis Cowley (Source: LMDC) Travis Cowley (Source: LMDC)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A Louisville man used his cell phone to take sexually explicit photographs of a woman without her knowledge or consent, according to Louisville Metro police.

An arrest report states that on February 15, Travis A. Cowley, 32, pulled up the victim's bra and pulled down her panties while she slept in the guest room of his apartment on High Brook Court and photographed her body, breasts and vagina. He then emailed the photos to his personal computer, police said.

The photographs were discovered on the home computer by Megan Cowley. She notified the victim and the two of them notified police. The nature of the Cowleys' relationship was unclear.

Officers seized Travis Cowley's computer and hard drives. He is charged with video voyeurism.

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