Sun. Feb 23rd, 2020

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Robert Alexander

Department of Veterans Affairs

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Micro cameras found in women’s bathroom, Veterans Affairs employee accused of recording people, court docs say

A Veterans Affairs employee is accused of recording videos of women in bathroom stalls.In January, Alex Greenlee, 24, of Maryland, allegedly recorded at least four people using the female bathroom, according to a court document filed Wednesday. An affidavit also said there was a fifth victim not yet identified.The incidents allegedly happened at the Department of Veterans of Affairs in Washington.Women reported finding micro cameras in stalls underneath toilets in a bathroom. Greenlee was questioned after the first one was found because he was seen outside the bathroom on his phone. He told law enforcement he went inside the women’s restroom for paper towels. According to a female witness, he said the men’s bathroom didn’t have any. When advised of the cameras, he said he had no knowledge of them and said they didn’t belong to him, authorities said.According to an affidavit, law enforcement reviewed video and determined he placed and/or maneuvered the cameras.At an arraignment Wednesday, Greenlee pleaded not guilty.

A Veterans Affairs employee is accused of recording videos of women in bathroom stalls.

In January, Alex Greenlee, 24, of Maryland, allegedly recorded at least four people using the female bathroom, according to a court document filed Wednesday. An affidavit also said there was a fifth victim not yet identified.

The incidents allegedly happened at the Department of Veterans of Affairs in Washington.

Women reported finding micro cameras in stalls underneath toilets in a bathroom.

Greenlee was questioned after the first one was found because he was seen outside the bathroom on his phone. He told law enforcement he went inside the women’s restroom for paper towels. According to a female witness, he said the men’s bathroom didn’t have any.

When advised of the cameras, he said he had no knowledge of them and said they didn’t belong to him, authorities said.

According to an affidavit, law enforcement reviewed video and determined he placed and/or maneuvered the cameras.

At an arraignment Wednesday, Greenlee pleaded not guilty.

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