Hidden camera investigation in an Omaha retirement community

A hidden camera investigation is underway in an Omaha retirement community. Omaha police say a man who worked there recorded people in a bathroom – now he is in jail. Jason Hunter, 43, faces felony charges of unlawful trespassing. OPD says he was the one who put a phone in the restrooms of Lakeside Retirement Community employees. Police reports indicate at least 10 victims. A flashing light on the cellphone – which was in the wall – was what revealed it. The person who noticed it told police the phone was recording when they looked at it. When the police arrived and inspected the phone – they found several videos of different victims with their private parts exposed. Police say they tracked the phone to Jason Hunter and arrested him. Immanuel leads the community of Lakeside. Marketing vice president Kelly Medwick said Omaha police were immediately contacted – and Immanuel is cooperating with authorities. Medwick also confirms that Jason Hunter no longer works in the retirement community.

A hidden camera investigation is underway in a retirement community in Omaha.

Omaha police say a man who worked there recorded people in a bathroom – now he’s in jail.

Jason Hunter, 43, faces criminal charges of unlawful trespass.

OPD says he was the one who put a phone in the Lakeside Retirement Community employee restroom.

Police reports indicate at least 10 victims.

Police intervened after someone at the nursing home found a mobile phone pointed at a toilet in a single-stall bathroom for employees.

A flashing light on the cell phone – which was in the wall – was what revealed it.

The person who noticed it told police the phone was recording when they looked at it.

When police arrived and inspected the phone, they found several videos of different victims with their private parts exposed.

Police said they tracked the phone to Jason Hunter and arrested him.

Immanuel leads the Lakeside community. Marketing vice president Kelly Medwick said Omaha police were immediately contacted – and Immanuel was cooperating with authorities.

Medwick also confirms that Jason Hunter no longer works in the retirement community.

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