A former janitor accused of recording women in the bathroom stall of a Connecticut train station also took video beneath women’s skirts as they waited on a train station platform and recorded them a deli bathroom, police said.
Felicitos Gonzales, 41, was busted in November for using a cell phone hidden in a bathroom stall to videotape more than a dozen women using the toilet at the Stamford train station, police said at the time.
On Wednesday, he was charged with 38 counts of voyeurism in state Superior Court Wednesday after investigators found the additional videos on his home computer, according to the arrest warrant.
He is accused of recording women in the bathroom of a delicatessen and videotaping beneath women's skirts while they waited on the train station platform.
Gonzales was arrested on Nov. 13 after a woman found a hidden camera phone in the women's bathroom of the Stamford train station on Nov. 1. Police said the camera phone contained video of Gonzalez setting up the camera.
He was originally was charged with 16 counts
Police said Gonzalez denied the allegations.