Yeah, That's Pretty Freaky

I don't know what sort of help I can give you with this one:

A Maryland man has been jailed after breaking into homes and secretly recording videos of hundreds of unsuspecting nude women.
Charles Novak, 35, of Crofton was sentenced to 10 years in jail Wednesday in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court for burglary and other charges. He was also ordered to register as a sex offender.
Novak was arrested in December after a woman told police she found a man sitting in a car in her garage. Officers said Novak had a camera with videos of nude women who didn't appear to be aware they were being recorded.
Prosecutors say Novak had 2,282 video clips of 260 different women. Some of the women have been identified, but many have not.

Freaky? Check.

Illegal? Check.

Unidentified victims? Check.

How much do you want to bet that this guy put his work on the Internet for profit? What's sickening is that the Crofton area of Maryland is a high population density area. He may have more victims than the police know about right now. He's known to have been active since 2005, by the way. That's a horrible, horrible thing to consider.

What took so long to catch him? Was he able to get away with it for so long because he didn't put his work on the Internet?