A hidden camera found by a female UPS employee in an employee restroom has sparked a police investigation. A spokesperson for the western Pennsylvania UPS service facility has stated that the person responsible for placement of the hidden mobile camera was identified and terminated. It is not known how many women were recorded as the police continue to investigate.
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A hidden camera found in a kid's bathroom has resulted in the arrest of Jason Meckelburg, a Chandler, Arizona former tenant. The hidden cameras was found by the new tenant in the bathroom ceiling vent. Upon further investigation the new tenant went into the attic and found the hidden camera had been connected to a digital video recorder (DVR) and there were more than 1,000 videos dating back to [...]
(Glendale, AZ 8/2/2015) A female patron of a local restaurant for an iPhone hidden in an air freshener after hearing several beeps. After following the source of the sound the woman opened the air freshener and discovered that the iPhone was hot and recording her activity in the bathroom. The restaurant manager was hesitant to get law enforcement involved, but the victim's boyfriend didn't [...]
(La Habra, CA – 8/5/2015) P0olice are investigating a hidden camera found in restaurant bathroom. Police reviewed the video and it appears to show three men installing the camera in a taco restaurant bathroom. The owners and employees of the restaurant apparently did not recognize the men in the video. However, it did appear that there were several victims videoed without their knowledge. The[...]
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