Glen Rock man accused of hiding cameras to record people

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GLEN ROCK, Pa- Police in Glen Rock have arrested and charged a man after they say he was recording people using the bathroom.

Southern Regional Police are charging 28-year-old Ian Christopher Anderson with more than 400 counts related to invasion of privacy and possession of child pornography.

According to charging documents, Anderson would use different types of cameras including  a hidden pen camera, a camera disguised as a outlet adapter and one disguised as a clock, to video tape his girlfriend and other people using the bathroom.

He placed these cameras in his home and also his girlfriends home. Police found multiple images of a young girl using the bathroom along with videos and images of Anderson’s girlfriend being recorded in the shower/bath while nude.

Anderson told police her would watch the videos and he would masturbate, charging documents stated.

Anderson told police he began recording in 2011, and that no one knew about the cameras.

He was taken to York County Prison in lieu of $500,000 bail


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