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Louisville man charged with voyeurism after people recorded in employee bathroom

<i></i><br/>Christian Andrew Phillips was arrested for using a phone camera to secretly record people at the Louisville business he manages.
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Christian Andrew Phillips was arrested for using a phone camera to secretly record people at the Louisville business he manages.

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    LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (WLKY) — A Hurstbourne man was arrested Tuesday afternoon for using a phone camera to secretly record people at the Louisville business he manages.

The Lyndon Police Department says that 53-year-old Christian Andrew Phillips placed a phone camera in the ceiling of the employee bathroom at Best Express Car Wash.

Police determined the purpose was to watch, photograph and film the victims in various states of undress without their knowledge.

Four victims were captured on film by the phone.

The camera was discovered when one of the victims noticed it in a ceiling tile and brought it to Phillips’ attention.

Police say Phillips then threw the phone in the trash, after which the victim retrieved it from the trash can and gave it to them.

A search warrant was issued and executed on the phone, and also the police obtained video footage of Phillips placing the phone up in the ceiling.

Phillips was charged with voyeurism among other charges.

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