Friday, August 28, 2009

Man faces restroom spying charges
ADRIAN, Mich. - The former technology manager for Citizens Gas Fuel Co. is facing criminal charges for allegedly spying on women inside bathrooms at the company office at 127 N. Main St.

Richard Neal Gramling Jr., 54, was arraigned Wednesday in Lenawee County District Court on seven felony counts involving a hidden camera offense and use of a computer to commit a crime. He remains free on personal recognizance pending a Sept. 3 preliminary examination.

No recordings or images from the restroom cameras have been found on computers or anywhere else, said Detective Greg Lanford of the Adrian Police Department. Several women have already called the police department to ask if they were victims of a hidden camera, he said.

“It only affected a small handful of people who were employees in the building,” Lanford said.


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