Jacob Magee accused of taking a photo beneath a woman’s skirt at Mile High during a Broncos game

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Jacob Magee, 33, is accused of aiming his camera up a woman’s skirt and taking nonconsensual photographs during a Denver Broncos game on Oct. 30, 2016.

An apparent Broncos fan suspected of taking photos up a woman's skirt at Mile High. (Metro Denver Crime Stoppers)

An apparent Broncos fan suspected of taking photos up a woman's skirt at Mile High. (Metro Denver Crime Stoppers)

He faces a single felony charge of invasion of privacy for sexual gratification. It’s alleged that he “was confronted by a woman who observed him using his cell phone to take pictures up her skirt without her consent,” according to the Denver District Attorney’s Office.

Magee is registered as a sex offender in Lafayette, according to the DA’s office. However, his name does not appear on the Colorado Bureau of Investigation’s public registry, which may mean that any earlier conviction was a misdemeanor.

“The man fled the scene but was later identified and taken into custody,” the DA’s office stated. He has been released on $2,000 bond.

Jacob Magee. (Denver District Attorney's Office.)

Jacob Magee. (Denver District Attorney's Office.)

Correction: This story earlier identified the suspect as Jason Magee. It is Jacob Magee.

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