MARTINEZ (CBS SF) — A former Pinole police officer is facing charges of unlawfully videotaping himself during a sexual encounter with a woman without her consent.

The Contra Costa District Attorney’s Office said in a release that 24-year-old Anthony Vasquez had a hidden camera in the bedroom of his home in Hercules and recorded the victim without her knowledge or consent.

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The release said the alleged violations occurred while Vasquez was employed by the City of Pinole. Vasquez has since resigned from the Pinole Police Department.

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Vasquez is facing one felony and one misdemeanor for the unlawful video recording of the woman — referred to as “Jane Doe” in the release — while he was having sex with her.

The case was referred to the district attorney to conduct a criminal investigation by the Pinole Police Department under the Contra Costa County Law Enforcement Involved Fatal Incident protocol. Pinole Police Department was contacted by a concerned individual about the incidents.

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The Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office believes Vasquez may have videotaped himself having sex with other victims. Anyone with information should contact Senior Inspector Steven Cheatham at 925-957-8761.