“She made reference to a time when she was in her underwear and was doing laundry,” wrote police. “She turned around to catch Winslow taking a photo of her without her consent. She stated Winslow had made reference to having several photographs of her that he has taken.”
The woman said she was “horrified” at what Mulry had done and was visibly shaken, police wrote. She had been granted an emergency abuse prevention order earlier in the day.
Police arrested Mulry on Dec. 21 and then seized a computer, printer, modem, flat-screen television, two keyboards and a mouse during a search of his residence.
One thing police looked for but couldn’t find was Mulry’s cellphone, which he claimed to have dropped off at the Apple store at Northshore Mall. However, a store manager contradicted that story and was unable to find the phone, according to the report.
“I returned to Winslow and asked him why he said he dropped it off there,” wrote Kavanagh. “He stated, ‘I don’t know what to tell you.’”
Kavanagh advised Mulry that he was interfering with an investigation, something he could be charged for, and then asked him why he “lied about the location of his phone.”
“He stated, ‘I did a lot of things today. I thought I dropped it off there,’” police wrote.
Mulry’s bail was set at $7,500, and he was given a “bail warning,” meaning he could be held for up to 60 days should he get into trouble or fail to appear for scheduled court dates, Monahan said.