Posted on October 1, 2020 by iwano@_84
A creepy handyman admitted to hiding cameras in bathrooms at homes in Paramus and Wayne, NJ police said.
Romeo Sanchez, 47, of West New York, was arrested on Sept. 17 on one count of invasion of privacy by Paramus police after a homeowner who hired him to install a window spotted a suspicious device in her bathroom in late August, WABC reports.
The device, which police said was inserted into a bathroom wall, was later determined to a micro camera, equipped with a memory card, the station reports.
The female homeowner saw the device plugged into an outlet inside the bathroom and knew it “didn’t belong to her,” Paramus Police Det. Mark Pinajian told CBS New York.
The victim then saw clips on the device depicting herself and her bathroom, as well as another location, Pinajian said.
Investigators proceeded to track down Sanchez, a married father, who admitted he installed
Posted on September 30, 2020 by iwano@_84
Romeo Sanchez, 47, was arrested and charged on Sept. 17 with invasion of privacy.
Officials say a resident in Paramus noticed a suspicious electronic device in their bathroom on Aug. 25.
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The device was later determined to be a micro camera with a memory card that was secreted into the bathroom wall.
The resident told police they hired Sanchez to replace a window in their home. Sanchez did not finish the job and told the homeowner he would return at a later date and time to finish.
Detectives found several video clips of the victim’s bathroom and other video clips of a bathroom at an unknown residence when they examined the memory card.
Sanchez admitted to police