How To Protect Yourself From Being Secretly Video TapedCHESTERFIELD, MO (KTVI-FOX2now.com) - The case against a Chesterfield CEO who police say secretly recorded women in a bathroom is expanding. We first told you about the story Wednesday night. Now, more potential victims are calling Chesterfield police. Jack Eigles, 55, is accused of using a hidden camera to covertly record women in the ladies' bathroom at Corporate Cash Flow Solutions on Long Road in Chesterfield, Missouri.
Eigles, who lives in Chesterfield, founded the company and is the President and CEO. When we first reported the story Wednesday, Chesterfield police said they had three to five victims. After our story aired, police say they received five to ten new calls. Some of those might be potential new victims. Others were just concerned about contact they had with Eigles.
"We take all of this information and build even more of a case," explained Chesterfield Police Lieutenant Steven Lewis.