Boise man charged with video voyeurism, accused of taping victim through window

Timothy Zillmer, 47, is free on $5,000 bond after his arraignment Monday, according to online court records.

Boise police say they arrested Zillmer Sunday evening after responding to a call about a peeping Tom in Northwest Boise. Witnesses told police that a man was seen standing outside of a house, taking video of a person inside as they dressed.

Police allege they found Zillmer at the home, along with evidence that he had taken a recording without the victim’s knowledge or consent.

Zillmer is charged with one count of video voyeurism, a felony. A no-contact order was filed in his case. His next scheduled hearing is a preliminary on Sept. 14, where a judge will decide whether the case should proceed to district court and a full trial.