ROSEVILLE -- It's a daily occurrence during the summer -- local teens walk from SunSplash to In-N-Out Burger along Taylor Road.
The jaunt is only about a quarter-mile, but most do it in their bathing suits.
However, that's what police believe was the attraction for a man they arrested Monday.
Frank Robert Winslow, 54, was still in the Placer County Jail on Wednesday. He's charged with one misdemeanor count of annoying a child.
However, more serious charges could be handed down after police finish reviewing additional evidence taken from Winslow's Orangevale home on Tuesday.
"Based on his statements when he was in custody, we had the ability to search his home, and in searching his home, we pulled out more evidence," said Rob Baquera with the Roseville Police Department.
Winslow might not be in custody at all if it wasn't for the quick actions of 13-year-old Makayla McGinnis and her friend. The pair was seated right next to Winslow in the restaurant and noticed him taking pictures with his phone of some older teenage girls in their bathing suits.
"I walked around so I could see if he actually was, and he was," said McGinnis. "His camera was open and everything, and it was really creepy."
McGinnis then told the girls what she had witnessed Winslow do, and it just so happened that a police officer was also inside the restaurant.
After telling her story to the officer, police then made contact with Winslow.
"The officer found sufficient evidence to search him and search his vehicle and found in fact that he was photographing young girls who were at the restaurant in their bathing suits," explained Baquera.
As of Wednesday evening, Winslow remained in the Placer County Jail. His bail was set at $200,000.