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Milton Resident Arrested for Voyeurism

May 21, 2024

The Attorney General’s Office announced that Jason Heath, 53, of Milton, Vermont, was arraigned today on one misdemeanor count of Voyeurism. The charge brought against the defendant is the result of a criminal investigation conducted by the Vermont Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (VT-ICAC), Homeland Security Investigations, and the Milton Police Department.

The investigation began when the Milton Police Department received a complaint from a school that a student reported finding a video recording device in the bathroom of Mr. Heath’s home. The minor reported that the concealed surveillance device was livestreaming to Mr. Heath’s phone, and that the minor and the minor’s friend had used the bathroom where the device was installed.

Mr. Heath pleaded not guilty at the arraignment today in Vermont Superior Court, Chittenden Criminal Division. The Court, Judge Michael Harris presiding, ordered conditions of release that prohibit Mr. Heath’s contact with minors and restrict his use of recording devices.

VT-ICAC investigates cases of child sexual exploitation occurring over the internet, including the production and online distribution of child sexual abuse materials. VT-ICAC also provides forensic examination services, technical assistance, law enforcement training, and public education and outreach.

Every child deserves a safe childhood. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) is the nation’s centralized reporting system for the online exploitation of children. Anyone can make reports of suspected online enticement of children for sexual acts, child sexual molestation, child sexual abuse material, child sex tourism, child sex trafficking, unsolicited obscene materials sent to a child, misleading domain names, and misleading words or digital images on the internet. To make a report, call the 24-hour call center at 1-800-843-5678 or visit

Additionally, if you are recovering from child sexual exploitation, you do not have to navigate it alone. NCMEC can help with emotional and peer support, removing content from the internet, and locating mental health professionals. For more information, please visit or call the 24-hour call center at 1-800-843-5678.

The Attorney General’s Office emphasizes that individuals charged with a crime are legally presumed innocent until their guilt is proven beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.



CONTACT:   Lauren Jandl, Chief of Staff, 802-828-3171