BSO Employee Caught in the Act of Spying on Women in Restroom Stall!

BSO: Employee Caught in the Act of Spying on Women in Restroom Stall!

OAKLAND PARK, Fla. – Broward County deputies said that a 19-year-old man from Lauderdale Lakes tried to record a woman using the bathroom at a Home Depot store in Oakland Park. He was charged with voyeurism on Tuesday.

The crime happened on December 29 at the hardware store at 1701 W. Oakland Park Blvd., according to an arrest report.

On Tuesday, they arrested Jeremiah Hill, who a report from the Broward Sheriff’s Office said worked at Lauderdale Lakes Middle School. The report says that he had already been in jail on other charges when he was caught.

Deputy Tarik Khafaga wrote in the report that the woman had seen Hill outside the women’s bathroom before she went in.

Khafaga wrote that Hill followed the woman “quietly” and went into the stall right next to the one she went into.

According to the report, the woman knew Hill’s shoes and jeans because she had seen them right before going into the bathroom.

Khafaga wrote that this made her suspicious, so she looked around. When she did, she saw a black phone sticking out of the top of the bathroom stall. It looked like someone was trying to record her while she used the toilet.

The woman yelled at Hill to stop and leave the bathroom. He told her that he “wasn’t feeling well” and “was going to throw up,” the report says.

Khafaga wrote that the victim could pick Hill out of a group of photos.

According to the BSO jail records, Margate police took Hill into custody for the first time on February 2.

He was being held on charges of voyeurism, indecent exposure, burglary, grand theft, using a false identity, and resisting arrest.

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