Woodland, California’s Jacob Guerrero accused of filming Norfolk, Massachusetts girl changing in her bedroom


Jacob Guerrero, 23, of Woodland, Yolo County, California, United States will soon appear in federal court in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. He is accused of surreptitiously filming a girl, 11, changing in her bedroom at her home in Norfolk, Massachusetts.

Around March 3, 2022, Guerrero allegedly started conducting surveillance of the girl’s home and made notes on his phone about the time of day that she and her siblings arrived home, showered and changed clothes each night. He allegedly recorded similar notes for several other homes in Massachusetts.

On March 17, 2022, Guerrero allegedly climbed to the top of a garage attached to the girl’s home and stood just outside her second floor bedroom window as she changed. He allegedly recorded a video of her while she was unclothed and changing in her bedroom.


Guerrero is also accused of trying to surreptitiously record minor females in bathrooms and changing rooms at the Wrentham Outlets. He allegedly wore a wig and women’s clothing and used pen cameras affixed to his shoes. 

On April 14, 2022, Guerrero was arrested and charged with one count of sexually exploiting a child. If found guilty, he will have a mandatory minimum sentence of at least 15 years and up to 30 years in prison, at least five years and up to a lifetime of supervised release and a fine of $250,000.


Incorporated on February 22, 1871, Woodland is the county seat of Yolo County. The city is located around 24km northwest of Sacramento, the capital city of California.

Mayra Vega has been the mayor of Woodland since December 7, 2021. Retired professional football player Craig Penrose, 68, and former professional baseball player Dustin Pedroia, 38, were both born in the city.

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