Man suspected of videotaping women in a restroom

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhicker: Clemson demonstrates that it’s tough to knock out the champ On it, they discovered, several video clips of a female employee using the company restroom, police said. “It was being wireless transferred to this receiver,” Burnett said today. “It’s still early on. We don’t know how many people are in the video clips.” So far, police know of one particular woman who appeared to be targeted. Castillo, police said, attached sugar-cube sized cameras on drain pipes under the sinks in two restrooms, covering them with insulation. The cameras’ pinhole-sized lenses pointed at the toilets, which were across from the sinks. The bathrooms, used by both men and women, had one toilet and a sink, with no stall. Burnett said investigators do not know if Castillo was watching live. A couple of wires on the cameras transmitted to the receiver at his desk. Police confiscated his computer and are examining it for evidence. Officers booked Castillo at the Gardena jail on suspicion of unauthorized access to a computer network, which is a felony. He also was held on suspicion of observing a person in a restroom, a misdemeanor. He was released after posting $30,000 bail. Officials at Space-Lok are looking into what files Castillo allegedly hacked. They will provide that information to police, Burnett said. It was unclear what Castillo did at the company. A company official hung up when a reporter contacted him today at the business. [email protected] local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! A worker at a Gardena aerospace parts manufacturer attached a tiny camera in a restroom and transmitted video of at least one woman to his desk as she used a toilet, police said today. Ryan Castillo, 29, was arrested Tuesday at his home in the unincorporated area between Harbor Gateway and Carson, Gardena police Lt. Ed Burnett said. At first, officials at Space-Lok Inc. at 13306 Halldale Ave. suspected that Castillo had hacked into files in the firm’s computer network and e-mail system. But when they began examining his computer Monday, they found something else on his desk – an iPod-sized receiver with a small video screen, Burnett said.last_img read more