BERKELEY (CBS SF) – University police detectives arrested a former University of California at Berkeley employee Thursday on suspicion of more than 24 counts of invasion of privacy, police said.
Police said 49-year-old Joseph Barbir mounted a covert camera inside a restroom in the Unit I residence hall central building between April and early May, recording more than 100 people, according to police.READ MORE: Health Experts Warn COVID Rapid Tests Are Less Reliable Than PCR
At least two of the victims were minors, police said.
The camera was discovered May 8, police said.READ MORE: Splash Brothers Shoot Warriors Past Timberwolves 124-115
Barbir allegedly posted signs that redirected victims to that restroom, according to police.
Officers have identified many of the victims, police said. If anyone else believes they were a victim, police are asking them to get in touch with Detective Pete Odyniec at (510) 642-1606 or email@example.com.MORE NEWS: Woman Found Dead During Visit With Friends at Home in Rohnert Park
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