Terry A. Grossman, former owner of the Mad Hatter hat shop in downtown Lexington, has been indicted by a grand jury on 20 charges.
Indicted Tuesday in Fayette Circuit Court, Grossman faces two counts of second-degree burglary; one count of first-degree illegal possession of a controlled substance (proproxy, a narcotic); 12 counts of voyeurism; one count of illegal possession of a legend drug (Cialis); one count of receiving stolen property (under $500 worth); one count of possession of burglary tools; one count of possession of marijuana; and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia.
The burglary and first-degree possession of a controlled substance charge are felonies, while the rest are misdemeanors.
Grossman was arrested in mid-December after he police said he tried to break into the Crescent Avenue home of several female University of Kentucky students. Police said he had recorded nude images of the residents.
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Grossman later was arrested for receiving stolen property for allegedly driving a stolen car while he was out on bond.