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VA Employee Accused of Hiding Cameras in Women's Restroom

Alex Greenlee, 24, was arrested and charged with five counts of misdemenaor voyeurism Wednesday

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    VA Employee Accused of Filming Inside Women's Bathroom

    An employee at the Department of Veterans Affairs in Washington, D.C., has been arrested after authorities say he recorded women in the bathroom at work with two hidden cameras. News4's Meghan McGrath reports. (Published Thursday, May 23, 2019)

    An employee at the Department of Veterans Affairs in Washington, D.C., has been arrested after authorities say he recorded women in the bathroom at work with two hidden cameras.

    Alex Greenlee, 24, was arrested Wednesday and charged with five counts of misdemenaor voyeurism.

    According to court documents, authorities went to the VA office building on I Street NW in January after a woman discovered a "micro camera" hidden underneath the stall next to her with a recording screen.

    The woman said she then saw Greenlee outside the women's bathroom on his cellphone and he told her he needed to go inside the women's bathroom to get paper towels.

    Another woman found a second micro camera three days later attached to the underside of a toilet, court documents said.

    Five women were recorded on the cameras, one of them multiple times, according to the documents. One of the victims hasn't been identified yet.

    Investigators interviewed Greenlee, who denied knowing anything about the cameras.

    Federal Protective Services said Greenlee was spotted placing the cameras in the stall when they reviewed the memory cards from the cameras.