Thursday, May 28, 2009

Conn. janitor gets prison for voyeurism


STAMFORD, Conn.—A Connecticut judge has sentenced a former train station janitor to four years in prison for voyeurism, involving a hidden video camera in the women's bathroom.
Forty-two-year-old Felicitos Gonzales of Stamford had also been accused of using a video camera to peep beneath women's skirts while they waited for trains.
Gonzales, who was sentenced Tuesday, was charged last November with voyeurism after a woman found a camera phone in a women's bathroom stall at the Stamford train station.
Police say additional videos and photographs were found on his home computer after his arrest.
His lawyer says Gonzales, who entered the United States illegally, likely will serve part of his sentence before being deported.

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