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Plano Man Pleads Guilty To Felony Offense for Invasive Visual Recording of 14-year-old Girl

Edward Henderson

On May 02, 2022, local authorities responded to a report of a suspicious individual in the 3500 block of Harpers Pl. This marked the second instance of the same suspect being reported for peering into the bedroom of a 14-year-old. However, this time, the suspect was identified and later sentenced to a state jail felony for invasive visual recording.

Incident Details

The initial report by the father was made on the morning of April 28, 2022. An unidentified male was observed looking into the window of his 14-year-old daughter's bedroom. The suspect quickly jumped over a fence and fled the scene. On May 02, 2022, the same suspect returned and was once again seen peering over the fence into the young girl's window. The victim spotted the intruder and immediately called out to her father, who rushed outside and pursued the suspect to his parked vehicle, located down the street. The father managed to record the suspect's license plate number. Upon returning to his residence, he discovered two cameras placed outside his daughter's bedroom and bathroom windows.

Plano Police Detectives initiated a thorough investigation and determined that the vehicle was registered to Edward “Eddie” Henderson. Reports obtained from law enforcement agencies across the state, including university campus police departments, indicated that Henderson had a history of engaging in this type of activity for over three decades. The investigation led to the discovery of three additional adult victims, two within Plano and one in a neighboring city. As a result, Henderson was ultimately charged with four counts of invasive visual recording.

Henderson was taken into custody on May 15, 2022, and he entered a guilty plea to these charges on September 8, 2023, in the 366th District Court of Collin County. He is scheduled to return on September 22, 2023, to commence serving the remaining 180 days of his sentence.

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