MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A former worker at the Minneapolis Veterans Affairs Medical Center is charged with filming 11 people with a hidden camera in a men’s restroom trash can.
Forty-five-year-old Mauricio Morales of Eden Prairie was charged Tuesday with 11 counts of interfering with privacy.READ MORE: MN Dept. Of Human Rights: Brooklyn Center Police, Michaels Store Discriminated Against Black Teenager
According to the charges, Morales said he drilled a hole into the trash can, mounted the camera with Velcro and would view the videos on his laptop.READ MORE: Target Lowers Seasonal Hiring Goals Due To Tough Labor Market
The VA calls the allegations “abhorrent” and says Morales has not worked at the VA for about 10 months.MORE NEWS: Osakis Public School Closed, Students Evacuated Due To Bomb Threat
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