HELENA — An employee at a Helena jewelry store faces 12 counts of surreptitious visual observation for placing cameras in the women's bathroom at the jewelry store and in the bathroom at his residence.
Twenty-six-year-old Jonathon Key Tucker was first arrested on Feb. 22 after a female employee at Jensen Jewelers spotted the camera hidden inside a mop head in the women's bathroom.
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He was released two days later after appearing in City Court on five misdemeanor charges.
Police Chief Troy McGee says a search of the camera and Tucker's residence turned up 27 videos from the jewelry store bathroom and seven of his female roommate using the bathroom at their residence. He was arrested again on Wednesday and appeared in Justice Court on a dozen charges. His bail was set at $50,000.