Man Put Cameras in Restrooms at Work, Church: Cops

One of the victims was just 11 years old, police said.

By Bob Connors and Ilana Gold
|  Monday, Dec 31, 2012  |  Updated 3:40 PM EDT
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Man Put Cameras in Restrooms at Work, Church: Cops

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Darrel Lewis, an employee at Peening Technologies, is accused of putting video cameras in the women's restrooms at work and at his church.

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East Hartford police have arrested a man accused of videotaping women in restrooms at his place of work and his church.

According to police, Darrel Lewis admitted to putting two video cameras in the women's restroom at Peening Technologies. Lewis is employed as a process engineer at the company, which is located at 8 Eastern Park Road in East Hartford.

Lewis also admitted to putting a camera in the women's restroom at his church, the Faith Family Church in Glastonbury, police said. One of his victims at the church was an 11-year-old girl, according to police. Lewis began placing the camera in the church bathroom in 2009, police said.

In all, nine victims were captured on video, according to police.

Investigators said Lewis also told them he put a camera in the women's restroom in a Tim Horton's in Rocky Hill when he worked there.

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