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article imageInnkeeper Hides Camera in Guest Room Bathroom

By Andi Bryant     Oct 26, 2007 in Crime
Innkeeper pleads guilty to placing a hidden camera in a guest room's bathroom. The offense, which occurred in April, came to a resolution with fines and restitution for one count of violation of privacy.
An Auburn, ME innkeeper pleaded guilty on October 23, to one count of violation of privacy, after setting up a hidden camera in a guest room's bathroom at the Monroe Inn.
Police were alerted to the camera in April after a guest said she saw images of her bathroom on a video monitor in the inn's kitchen.
Police searched the room and found a surveillance camera embedded inside a clock in the bathroom of the suite known as the "Ivory Room". The clock's camera was pointing directly toward the shower.
Clint Zimmerman, owner of the Monroe Inn, claimed the camera was placed inside the guest room in an attempt to catch an employee he believed was breaking things inside the room.
After his guilty plea, Zimmerman was ordered to pay a $1500.00 fine and $127.00 restitution to the victim.
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