Where is R.Kelly?!?
An Albany College of Pharmacy student hid an iPhone in a CVS bathroom to record dozens of women taking off their clothes, police said.
The alleged incidents occurred at the Latham CVS, at 750 Loudon Road, where Vaughn Greene was an intern.
While Greene, 26, was working the counter at CVS, the victim asked him if the bathroom was open, Sgt. Robert Donnelly said. Greene then went to the bathroom, placed the phone between two rolls of toilet paper, switched it on record and told the woman the bathroom was “all clear,” Donnelly said.
A 60-year-old woman using the bathroom on Saturday night discovered the phone stashed behind rolls of toilet paper. She initially thought the phone was lost and took it to the front counter to turn in, according to court records. She then saw that the phone was still recording while she was carrying it.
A store clerk played back the video and recognized Greene as he set up the camera. Greene told a responding officer that he had made 30 recordings in the CVS bathroom since he got an iPhone in October, court records show. Greene told police that he stored the photos in a folder on his laptop. When an officer asked Greene why he was recording women, he said: “It’s the thrill of not getting caught.”
Greene, 26, was charged with unlawful surveillance, a felony that carries a maximum four-year prison sentence. He was arraigned in town court and sent to Albany County jail after failing to post bail.
In a brief statement, Donnelly said police are still investigating the case and that additional charges may be filed.
This is just nasty! At least he didn’t put the phone in the men’s bathroom, right?